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Adapter Switching with a Dell Docking Station D3100 / Latitude E7450?

Q: Adapter Switching with a Dell Docking Station D3100 / Latitude E7450?

We bought Dell docking stations D3100 to go with our Dell Latitude E7450.
I’m trying to configure the laptop for when the user disconnect it from the docking station, it automatically connect back to the network Wi-Fi.
Adapter Switching work great if I use the Ethernet adapter on the laptop itself. Once I disconnect the Network cable, it looks for the Wi-Fi and connects to it with no issue.
If I connect the network cable to the docking station, once I remove the connection from the docking to the laptop(usb3), I lose the wired network and it’s not even looking for the Wi-Fi.
I did configure the Dell gigabyte adapter on the docking station to be the first priority over the Wi-Fi just like I did for the laptop network adapter.
I updated the bios, firmware and drivers.
I also looked at the bios power management: Wireless Radio Control settings
Both local area network connections are above the Wireless one (priority)
Both Local area network adapter metric are set to 10 (only 1 is in use, both are set for testing purpose) while the wireless adapter metric is set to 9999.
As anyone had this issue or was able to get this working? Am I missing something ?

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Preferred Solution: Adapter Switching with a Dell Docking Station D3100 / Latitude E7450?

I recommend downloading and running DAP. It can help sort out any driver and firmware related issues on your system

It's worked out well for many of us in the past.

You can download it direct from this link http://downloaddap.org. (This link will open the download page of DAP so you can save a copy to your computer.)


I just received my Latitude 7370 along with a D3100 docking station.
According this article: I should be able to get 2560x1440 on HDMI, I'm stuck at 2560x1080
Running 2 external monitors ( LG-34UC87C-B)
Display port @ 3440x1440 (this works fine for me)
HDMI 1 @ 2560x1440 ( I cannot reach this, I can only get 2560x1080..?)
HDM 2 is not used
Running the HDMI @ 2560x1080 just looks horrible, how can I achive the 2560x1440 that this device states it can handle?
If the D3100 cannot handle what I require does Dell make a Docking station for the 7370 that will handle idealy 3440x1440 x2? either HDMI or DisplayPort.

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Looking to buy a docking station and 22inch desktop monitors to connect a recently purchased Latitude E7450. I want to connect to two monitors.
Can anyone suggest which model is compatible?

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I purchased a Dell D3100 for my non-Dell laptop in 2016. Initially, I was able to connect two 24" LG tv/monitors to my laptop via HDMI. I'm not sure if there's an issue with a Windows 10 update (I have the latest DisplayLink drivers installed), but my laptop will now recognise the external hard drives attached to the dock via USB, but will not recognise the monitors attached or the dock itself.
Is there something I'm missing?
Any help would be immensely appreciated!

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I just purchased a new XPS laptop and the D3100 docking station. I need to connect a Focusrite Saffire Pro 14 that has a 6 pin Firewire 400 out.
Should I connect directly to the XPS via the Thunderbolt port using the Apple sold Thunderbolt to FIrewire adapter?
Is there a way for me to connect with the dock via the Thunderbolt compatible USB 3 ports?
Any help is appreciated, thanks!

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I have the Inspiron 5748 and the D3100 docking station.
Windows 10 creator update installed, all latest updates drivers etc.
DisplayLink Manager v8.0.762.0

I have an external HDMI monitor, the problem is simple.
When the monitor is plugged in the docking station anything using that HDMI screen DOES NOT use the NVIDIA GPU, it uses the on-board Intel chip.
When connecting the monitor directly to the laptop all applications on the external monitor use the NVIDIA GPU (I have this as default in the NVIDIA control panel)

Please advise on how I can get the D3100 to work with the NVIDIA GPU.

Many thanks.

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Hello Together
Have Docking Station D3100 connected via USB 3.0 to my laptop. 
I recognized many times that when i touch or little bit even Move my dock station, or touch any wire connect to dock station- the second monitor immediately disappeared. And in some seconds or minutes it switched again.
it seems to me that docking station reacts to outer static electricity.
Does anybody has this issue?

Does anybody has this issue?


Davidaksioma,Make sure all the cables are secure. I am looking into the issue, but I have not found any relevant information to the problem about static electricity causing problems within the Dock.

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Just installed Build 7100 on a Latitude D830 and it doesn't want to reconize the external monitors when docked. Network, mouse, keyboard are all fine but no displays. The Dell Fn keys don't seem to be doing anything either. This did not require any driver updates when I put Vista on it and evetrything worked great.


A:Dell Latitude Docking Station

nvidia drivers from dell.com (Vista version) did the trick.

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D630, Windows 7 x86 7100 RC1

I am not getting any sound out of my speakers that are connected to the docking station. All the sound comes out through the built in speakers. I check playback devices and "Speakers" is listed with nothing to configure.

Anyone know any tricks?

A:Dell Latitude D630 in docking station - no audio

Download and install the Vista (32/64 bit) drivers for you system from Dell's website. I chose not to install the application but only the driver and everything is working great.

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My belkin soho kvm F1DS104J when just connecting the usb cable from the kvm only to the dock only the keyboard works.  The mouse seems to work for a split second and then stops? If I connect the usb cable from the KVM directly to the laptop both the keyboard and mouse work?

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I have a Latitude E7470, connected to my D3100 dock via USB3. I have a Dell E2317H Monitor connected to the D3100 via DP. Works fine having it setup as my main display and extending to my laptop. The problem is the Laptop and or the D3100 are not recognizing the 2 other E2317H Monitors that are connected to the 2 HDMI ports with HDMI to DP cables. The OS kind of detects the monitors but will not push video to them. I have tried every which way I can think of with the OS and the Display Link software and have no joy. Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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I updated my working station coming from another laptop and had 2 monitors connected (in hdmi and usb->vga adapter). Autodesk 3d applications Revit, 3dsmax all worked fine in all monitors, the usb dongle was using laptop's CPU/GPU to show image.
With new laptop I got D3100 docking station (as usb->vga adapter has some flickering on 5510) to connect my monitors. But mentioned applications do not work at all on that, anything considering 3d runs awfully slow. Using the usb->vga dongle it works well beside flickering.
Is it how it supposed to be with D3100? Can it be forced to use laptop's GPU for showing image (like the cheap usb->vga/hdmi adapters)? This docking station doesn't make any sense now.

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hey out there, i'm trying to find out if the d3100 docking station work with any machine with usb 3?
i want to be able to have my two monitors, keyboard and mouse plugged into the docking station and then plug it into my xps 15 laptop but i want my partner to be able to use the desktop machine we have while the laptop is away.
if the d3100 supports any machine with usb 3, i can use it as a docking station for both my laptop and desktop ;)

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So it seems that this new dell docking station doesn't seem to work well with the new XPS 13 (2015 model) that came with Windows 8.1 OS.  I had ordered 10 for our users for the hdmi output and potential 4k for monitors but it seems after hours with Dell tech support it seems that they can't get no close to resolving the problem.
The issue is that after installing the docking station software.   All but two devices are left under Device Manager as devices with no drivers (Dell Gigabit Ethernet, Dell USB Audio).  I thought I could look live without those two devices but after plugging in a Dell 4K monitor i get no out from my XPS 13 laptop.  
I tried downloading the D3100 drivers from the Dell website but it's the same install that is available from the cd-rom install and re-install doesn't update the drivers.
If someone has found any resolution to this it would be quite helpful.

A:D3100 Docking station for Windows 8.1 (XPS13 2015)

I had this problem with a Latitude 7350 2 in 1 and the D3100 dock.  I'm running Windows 10.  This problem was driving me crazy

I went into C:\Program Files\DisplayLink Core Software.  Go into the Audio Driver Folder and the CdcNcmDriver folders and find the files with a .inf extension.   Right click on them and choose Install.
That should load the drivers you need for both items.  That's what finally worked for me.
If you can't see the extensions, you need to go into Control Panel - File Explorer options - View tab and uncheck the box next to Hide Extensions of known file types.

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I have a nearly new Dell Inspiron  15 7000-series laptop. I also have a D3100 USB3 docking station. The dock has a monitor, speakers, mouse, keyboard, and disk drive attached. All was working fine for weeks. Just a few days ago, the speakers stopped working. Sound is now coming out of the laptop speakers even when the laptop is docked. In the Device Manager, when it is docked, there is a USB Audio device that has an exclamation mark on it. (E.g. isn't working.) I've tried updated the audio driver through the Dell support site. No improvement. I then found the latest driver on dell.com for the D3100 dock. I tried installing it, but it was refused, saying that the existing driver was up to date.
The speakers work fine when plugged directly into the laptop audio jack. E.g. there is no problem with the speaker hardware.
Any ideas how I can get the dock audio working again

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During an office move, I lost a power supply for a D3100 docking station / port replicator. I know that I need a 19.5V 65W power supply, however there is several adapters with those specs listed on the website and the compatibility is also only listed for laptops (not to mention some review saying they followed the compatibility lists provided and still ended up with a wrong adapter).I would like some help knowing exactly which product I need to get the replace my lost power supply.

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This just started today, I have an E7450 that disables the embedded keyboard and mouse when in the docking station.  
The only change is that the old docking station stopped working and i put a different one on the desk and plugged it all in.  Currently the station only has KB, Mouse, power and DVI cables in it.  I'd rather just use the keyboard on the laptop though.
I take it out of the docking station, touchpad and KB work fine, i put it on, touchpad and KB are disabled.
I opened the touchpad settings and they all appear to be correct (touchpad is set to on (|) but does not respond when touched. )
Is there somewhere in windows that might have a setting to disable KB and TP when in docking station?  I did both an internet search and a search of the laptop forums here and found nothing.

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Hi, guys,I have next setup: Dell Inspiron 7567 laptop, Dell D3100 docking station and LG Flatron e2360 monitor. And I have a problem with it.The problem is related to video cards installed on the laptop. The laptop is equipped with Intel HD Graphics 630 and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti. And the problem is that laptop/docking station/whatever doesn't use NVIDIA card to display the picture on the second monitor. So, if I run game or movie on second monitor it's displayed using only Intel card. Problem doesn't appear if I connect everything directly into the laptop(I guess, it's a docking station problem). How to solve that problem?

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I got dell laitude 7270 model and recently purchased the D3100 (DisplayLink) docking station. I believe it used the USB 3.0 to connect the laptop to the dock 
I got two external Dell screens (normal wide screen with max 1920x1286 resolution not 4K screen)

We experience laggy, delay when using mouse and keyboard. It does not matter if cord/cordless or plug in directly to laptop or to docking station

Using laptop by itself dont have that problem

It prove to me the limitation of USB 3.0 bandwidth create this issue

Not too sure if Dell is aware of it and make any improvement. I have chat with ProSupport but so far only recommendation is to upgrade laptop to latest firmware

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I have recently purchased a 5510 and a D3100 docking station. Used primarily for solidworks and rhino. My issue is that besides 4k and older applications being terrible bedmates is that the docking station stops the quadro so everything is running software open gl. I understand the new thunderbolt dock DB16 has some additional graphics capabilities but they are by no means a quadro solution, nor it is recognized by solidworks. 
This is hugely problematic. Is there a method to remedy this? Attempting to access the quadro settings while plugged into the docking station results in windows stating that the hardware is not available. 

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As the subject line implies. I have a xps13 running windows 10 and I just purchased a d3100 docking station.
I assumed I would be able to run 2 monitors and the built-in digital display (3 total screens) all autonomously. 
I downloaded the drivers and then plugged into the docking station and to my dismay, the monitors are not working as I expected. 
I currently have just 1 27' dell monitor connected through the display port. (I need a dvi cable before I can connect the second monitor.)
The Intel HD graphics control panel doesn't recognize that I have multiple monitors. It only recognizes the built-in display. The system display settings do allow my to go into extended desktop mode but it's very clumsy, it won't let me decide which monitor is primary, etc...  
Am I doing something wrong? 

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Hi Guys,
I just bought a Latitude e7450 and I am trying to use it with my PRO3X e-port docking.
I have found some issues but the most annoying one so far is the imposibility of using the Power button on the dock to start the laptop. The Power button is blinking (blue) but I cannot use it to power up or power down the laptop.
Am I missing any setting on my laptop? Is there a problem with my laptop? The docking worked fine for the past 4 years with my Latitude 6320 so I suspect there is nothing wrong with the docking.
I have installed the latest BIOS update today.
Thank you in advance for any suggestion.

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If I dock my laptop, fire it up and log into Windows, then I want to move away I undock and work away.  When i come back to my desk and re-dock the USB devices don't work anymore mainly being my keyboard and mouse.  I have a Dell c-dock.  The mouse and keyboard work fine on the laptop.  
I've updated all the drivers and BIOS which were old but hasn't helped.
Any suggestions.

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I have a Latitude E7740 that runs Ubuntu Xenial (16.04). I dock it to a "Dell EURO2 Advanced E-port II" docking station. 
If I boot it in the docking station, everything works fine, and I find all my two DVI-connected monitors. 
However, if I undock, then put it into the dock again while running, it fails to enable the screens. I'm using a script called autorandr for switching between display modes - it uses xrandr. It tries to run:
xrandr --output DP1-1 --gamma 1.0:1.0:1.0 --mode 1920x1200 --panning 0x0 --pos 0x0 --rate 59.95 --reflect normal --rotate normal --output DP1-2 --gamma 1.0:1.0:1.0 --mode 1920x1200 --panning 0x0 --pos 1920x0 --rate 59.95 --reflect normal --rotate normal
But the X server responds with:
X Error of failed request: BadMatch (invalid parameter attributes)  Major opcode of failed request: 140 (RANDR)  Minor opcode of failed request: 21 (RRSetCrtcConfig)  Serial number of failed request: 48  Current serial number in output stream: 48
Running this exact command after booting in the dock is doing the right thing, but after undocking then docking, it doesn't work.
Any ideas here? I have updated to the latest BIOS version.
Problem also reported in launchpad with lot's of debug info, here:
Autorandr script is here: github.com/.../

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REFURBISHED (received this past Wednesday) LATITUDE E7450, I5 5300; WIN 10 8GB RAM 256 GB;
I thought I set things up correctly.
I can not adjust the first external u2415 monitor to DP1.2 'enabled'
When I try (with e7450 connected to first monitor and first monitor connected to second monitor), I get a pop up on the first monitor that I need to click on CONFIRM TO ALLOW THE CHANGE FROM DP 1.2 NOT ABLE TO "DP 1.2 ENABLED".
There is no way my cursor will allow that as the cursor is shadowed on the first monitor, and moves about,
Latitude E7450 rear mDP OUT --> mDP to DP cable --> 
#1 U2415 DP IN (DP 1.2 Enabled) 
#1 U2415 DP OUT  -- > DP to mDP cable -->
 #2 U2415 mDP IN (DP 1.2 Disabled)

Besides doing it again, are there any further (very specific) instructions suggested?

I thought I updated all drivers and bios.

The e7450 is connected to DELL driver auto update link.


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Hoping someone can enlighten me. I have a customer with a latitude 3550 and D3100 Dock.
He needed to rebuild his laptop with Windows 7 pro 64-bit which i have done with the latest drivers on Dell Website. He has 2 monitors (1 x proline, 1 x samsung) connected to the D3100 and displays them in extended mode, including the laptop onboard dispay.
Since the rebuild the 2 x monitors on the D3100 refuse to display.
I have reinstalled the Docking station with newer drivers but have had no luck.
i am hoping someone can assist.....

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Hello everyone. I have a Dell E7450 with a faulty charging circuit. An IC (PD5) close to the DC jack burnt due over voltage therefore the computer is showing `plug in not charging`. My question here is, are there any chances that the computer will charge through dock station? Thanks.

A:Charging DELL E7450 through dock station

If the damage is only associated with something only used for the DC jack on the laptop then yes, but if there's damage to any shared or more important circuits then it may not work either. Normally you would absolutely be able to charge it through the docking station. If I personally had to guess I'd say there's a pretty good change it may work with a dock.

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I attached my laptop to an older docking station and now cannot get it to release. There is space between the laptop and the release box. Any suggestions to unlock it?

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I'm using Latitude 13 7350.I want to get the Docking Station.I got some models from internet search.
Dell Tablet Dock 3KVK6.Dell Tablet Dock JD0VV.Dell tablet docking station K06M001.
What is the difference between them?What is used for the Latitude 13 7350?

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Where can I get drivers for the Dell PR01X D/Port Advanced Port Replicator for Dell Latitude D-Family Laptops / Precision Mobile WorkStation for use with a D630 running XP?

A:Docking Station for Latitude D630


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I recently dropped my dell latitude laptop while it was on, and the screen went black when it hit the ground. When i re-booted it it asked for a disk check, and a lot of files were unreadable, when I logged on the computer was beyond slow, and when I re-booted it it asked me to use smart repair, and it has been attempting to repair my computer for 5 hours. Any help would be appreciated. 

A:Dell latitude E7450

The fall damaged the hard drive -- which you'll need to replace.

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all I got a new E6410 and 2 docking stations around a month ago.
The problem I have is that when the notebook is in my office docking station it is really really slow.
I can watch while window contents are draw, switching messages inthugnerbird takes a couple of seconds.
In the home dokcing station everything is fine.
Can anyone give me a hint what I can do about.
I'm planning on calling dell support, but I guess they'll be pretty sceptical.

A:Latitude E6410 slow when in docking station

it may be taking forever trying to access network shares which are available at home but not at work.
I suggest swapping the two docking stations. If the same docking station has the same performance, then the one which causes slow performance is defective in some way. If the laptop is still slow at work and fast at home, then the problem is caused by there being something different about the environment.

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I have a Dell E6410 running Win 7 Pro SP1, and the E Legacy Extender PRO4X.  However, the laptop does not recognize the extender when they are connected.  Is this a driver issue, laptop, or OS issue?  Also, does Win 10 recognize this extender.  
I also have a Dell E6400 running Win 7 Pro SP1, and it does recognize the extender.
Thanks in advance,

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Hey guys,
I have a latitude e7450 on a Dell E-Port Replicator Docking Station with USB 3.0, with an external monitor attached to the docking station.
When I boot up the laptop with the lid closed on the docking station, if freezes on the "dell" logo,
and does not get pass that to the windows welcome screen. I tried using the power button on the docking station to no avail. So I have to open the lid whenever I power up the system and it's really frustrating.
Is there a fix to this or is the system rigged to not boot up to windows whenever the lid is closed?

Thank you

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We have around 100x E7440's and on most of them we have the same problem. 
When the machine is operated on battery then the lid is closed it goes to standby/hibernation (this is not the problem).
But when the machine is docked into the port replicator / docking station and switched on, as soon as Windows starts, it goes to Blue Screen.
OS: Windows 7 Enterprise 64 bit. 

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Hello there,
I dont really belive that anyone is abble to help me fix this problem but ill give it a shot coz this is reallt weaird and annoying.
So i am using an docking station to my dell, it has 5 USB ports (3 on the left and 2 on the back).
Now i am using a logitech wireless mouse. Whenever i plug the usb mouse receiver to any of the left ports, it works just fine. If I use any of the 2 on the back, it lags as hell and it seem to get stuck in every procces action, like moving files over explorer etc.
But thats not the most anyoing thing im expiriencing...
I wanted to make my life esier, so i bought a mini-pcie usb adapter, this one: 

And i plugged my mouse receiver to it- it works great! BUT WAIT, only if laptop is not connected to the docking station! If it is, im getting the exact same problem as i would connect the mouse receiver to the back of the docking station...
I tried reinstalling the root usb hubs but it havent changed anything. This is weird as hell.
I would really aprichiate if someone could help me with this problem. rly.

A:Latitude E6520 Docking station USB problem

I fixed the problem, im not sure if this was the cause, but lemme show what i did:
So at the start, please look at this picture:

The way those 2 slots are populated is not natural- what i mean is that at the beggining i only had the wan card and one slot was free. But, before installing the usb dongle with its card i had to move the wan card from wan slot to sataflash slot and insert the usb dongle into wan slot. Why? See the place i circles (squared?) with red color. This metal border was to close and the dongle was to long so it wouldnt fit.
This way it was buggish and when i turned the switch my mouse wasnt working instead of wireless...
What i did to fix this problem:
I ripped off some of the metal borded using sharp pliers and replaced the cards to the proper slots (wan card in wan slot, usbdongle in sataflash slot).
Everything seems to be working so far.

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I have a Dell Latitude E7450 that will not boot up. The power light turns on solid white and nothing else happens. The LCD doesn't appear to turn on, no diagnostic lights, no beep codes, nothing.
I tried to boot into the Dell PSA by pressing down the Fn Key + Power button, but it does not boot to it. In this case, the white battery charge light blinks at a steady interval, but nothing else happens.
I was, however, successfully able to boot to the LCD test by pressing D + Power button. It goes through all the different colors, then reboots to the same situation which I just outlined - power button on, nothing else happens.
I tried switching RAM, unplugging CMOS battery, draining all power from the system, etc. and nothing has been able to get this unit to actually post. Any ideas?
Thank you!

A:Dell Latitude E7450 No POST

Try with the battery disconnected.  If it'll power up that way, the battery is bad.  If it won't, there's not much more you can do short of replace the mainboard, which must be faulty.

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I am trying to connect 3 monitors to my Latitude 5480 when hooked to a K17A docking station.
I have one hooked up DP, one VGA and the other HDMI but the 3rd monitor will not work.
It appears that the Intel 520 supports 3 monitors and from what I read, it looks like the K17A should be able to support 1 analog and 2 digital but I simply cannot get this working.
Anyone have any issues with this, or more importantly a solution?

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Hi everyone!
I'm a happy owner of Dell Latitude e7450, i7, 256 gb, with discrete Nvidia card (Moscow, Russia).
Everything's great, I absolutely love the machine, but I did some hardware replacements after purchasing the laptop (3Y NBD warranty), including the display, because there were two spots with very noticeable BL bleeding effect:
However, the replacement display turned out to be much worse in terms that BL bleeding affects almost half of the screen, which is very noticeable when watching films or playing games:
I requested a second replacement, however, this time it was denied:
"Analysis of Field captures as well as service stock captures confirmed the light leakage is within Dell LCD design specifications, there is no defect with the LCD panel or assembly. Furthermore a certain light leakage is a normal phenomenon on FHD panels and due production and mechanical interference with the LCD bezel."
I asked tech support member why then they replaced it the first time as the display was much better, and he stated it was some kind of 'exception' (at that time they also replaced motherboard and cooling system as well because of the high-pitched noise problem) which is strange - either you have tech standards or you don't.
I'm very disappointed (as there's cleary too much bl bleeding) and I still want a display replacement. What can be done to achie... Read more

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Hello. Earlier this morning, my Dell Latitude E7450 would not turn on. The LEDs would turn on, but not the actual laptop. Looking up how to resolve the issue helped, and I followed the instructions(Disconnect all power and peripherals, drain remaining power, etc.). Now, I am facing that problem again, and the instructions I used previously are not working. What do I do to fix this?

A:Dell Latitude E7450 LEDs Turn On But Not The Laptop?

Please select Owner's Manual in the link below and observe / verify the LEDs on the system.
Support for Latitude E7450 | Manuals & documents | Dell US
EDIT / Pages 48 & 49:

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Our Service Desk environment is rolling out new devices.
Dell Latitude 7480 Laptop
i5-6300U @ 2.4GHz
HD Graphics 520
Dell WD15/K17A Docking Station
VGA port x1
HDMI port x1
Mini DisplayPort x1
These are the two options we have for monitors. Not everyone has option 2 so we need to know how to make all three monitors work on both setup options.
Dell P2210 Monitors x3 max resolution 1680 x 1050 **(OPTION 1)
VGA port x1
DVI port x1
Displayport (not mini) x1
Dell P2417H Monitors x3 max resolution 1920 x 1080 **(OPTION 2)
VGA port x1
HDMI port x1
Displayport (not mini) x1
Our drivers are fully up to date.
We are using Windows 7 Enterprise 64bit.
We have tried several adapter combos and are in need of guidance.
On my device I have a VGA connected to my main display, an HDMI>VGA adapter connected to HDMI port of dock and can run 2 monitors. That said as soon as I connect a mini display port to display port cable for my third monitor it will ONLY display in 680x450 resolution. The other 2 stay at 1680x1050. The third monitor does this 680x450 with just a VGA connected to main display, Display port to mini display port on the third monitor with the second monitor on HDMI>VGA adapter removed.
Can anyone please advise which cables we would need for a three monitor setup.
We are losing a lot of productivity with the lessened visual real-estate.

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When the laptop is plugged into the docking station headphones won't work, regardless of whether I plug them into the laptop or the docking station.  This means that every time I want to make a Skype call, for example, I have to disconnect from the docking station and plug the headphones into the laptop.  Any one have any suggestions?

A:Latitude E5550 - headphones won't work when laptop is plugged into docking station

Is the headset being detected at all by the notebook when detected? Right click on the speaker icon on the task bar and choose playback devices, are the headphones listed? If they are listed click on it and then click the configure button to bring up speaker setup. Click the test button and do you get the test chimes via the headset?
If you did hear the test chimes then the headset is working fine.   Clicking cancel should return you back to sound properties. Make sure that headphone is still selected and then click the “Set Default” button. This should but the green “default” checkmark icon on the headphones now. Test to see if the headset is working correctly now.
If you continue to have problems please reply back with the model of docking station and headphones that are being used. Please also include if the headphones have an analog connection (headphone jack) or are USB. Please also include the version of Windows on the system.

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I have a t480s coupled with basic docking station type 40AG. everything was working perfectly fine until yesterday I updated the Thinkpad docking station utility unsuccessully. this generated an error message any attempt to load the docking station driver (see enclosed file description) proved unsuccessful. Any possibility to restore the situation ex ante or to overwrite these errors> thanksenclosed file description and error message

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Hey all,

I have a user with a Dell Latitude E7450 that has recently In-Place Upgraded to Windows 10 (from Windows 7) and ever since the upgrade, her Wifi blue screens when running a speedtest from speedtest.net. (Or presumably after any extensive Wifi use) I have tried updating the drivers from Windows Update as well as from Dells website and the laptop is certified as being Windows 10 certified.


A:Dell Latitude E7450 Wifi driver causing BSOD

Latest dump indicates a problem with bcmwl63a.sys

*** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for bcmwl63a.sys
*** ERROR: Module load completed but symbols could not be loaded for bcmwl63a.sys
* *
* Bugcheck Analysis *
* *
Use !analyze -v to get detailed debugging information.
BugCheck 1000007E, {ffffffffc0000005, fffff80184db0c7a, ffffd00027db96d8, ffffd00027db8ef0}
Probably caused by : bcmwl63a.sys ( bcmwl63a+150c7a )

That belongs to Broadcom 802.11 ac, the wireless device, which is actually the Dell Wireless 1560 802.11ac

The installed driver is dated Mon Nov 23 17:56:21 2015.
The Dell web site shows one dated 06 Jan 2016

Dell Wireless 1550/1560 WiFi Driver

File Name: Network_Driver_HFTJF_WN32_7.35.333.0_A03.EXE
Importance: Recommended
Description: Update Package for Microsoft? Windows? (99.17 MB)
Release Date: 06 Jan 2016
Version: 7.35.333.0 ,A03
Last Updated: 11 May 2016

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Thats my problem, i cannot make work the turbo boost on a laptop latitude e7450, i try to install the turbo boost application but it shows me one error saying "ITBM Driver not available. exiting aplication"

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Can anyone advice me as to what the part number for the AC Power Adapter for Docking Station 575324-002? Also where can I get one from in the Uk please?

A:Ac Power Adapter - Docking Station

Hi, Double post. Please use:     http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Ac-Power-Docking-Station-575324... Thanks.

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