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Windows 7: Dell xpsl702x bios and driver's order

07 Mar 2013   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium x64, *W7 Prem. x64
Dell xpsl702x bios and driver's order

..Hello friends again..
Please heeeeelp!!!...before they me to psychiatric asylum! bedlam!
Is now, 10 days maybe, I'm planning to clean install W7...and every day questions in points arising....
So please if you know, answer me to the below.... ( We speak for Dell xpsl702x 17')
a)Someone advice me, in the subject of updating bios from A13 to A19, to pass from all the "between" versions..
A13 to A16, A16 to A17. A17 to A18, A18 to A19.... Why this? Is there an explanation?
I thought if you flash bios is like deleting the old one and installing the new...What I'm missing?..
b) Flashing bios..what about languages? must be the same like Os? could be different? Is a matter what language was the older version?

and last (for now)....Someone maybe know the correct order of installing the below :
a) HuronRiverHM67ChipserDrR289307.exe
b) IntelRapidStorR301364.exe
c) Intel ManagEnginInterfacR292317.exe
d) USB3_Renesas_W7_A03_Setup-61X2W_ZPE.exe
e) CardReader_JMicron_W7_A01_TKH3F_ZPE.exe
f) TurbobustR292797.exe
They are all about chipset - motherboard, all from Intel out d) and e) according to the "rule"...must be the first drivers after Os.....but which order?..
When I read the "read me" file from b), if I understood well, was written that the Intel software utility..(I suppose chipset?)
must be installed first prior Os?...that means from com. prompt? much confuson for my small mind.....
.........Maybe someone knows how "things"....must be?.....
Thank you...really ....very much....

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07 Mar 2013   #2
Microsoft MVP


Someone else will have to advise you on the BIOS. Most of them only require flashing the latest, but we have Dell experts here who will know for sure.

I can advise you on getting a perfect Dell Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7. Just read and follow closely the steps in the tutorial, especially about how drivers are handled in Win7 which is different than previously. Wait to see which drivers are missing after all rounds of Important and Optional Windows Updates are completed.

There are also Special Notes for Dell Owners at the end of tutorial to help you decide whether to keep the OEM Tools partition if it will indeed boot to run Dell Diagnostics Utility - How to Run the
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07 Mar 2013   #3

Windows 7 Home Premium x64, *W7 Prem. x64

..All the time..the same mistake from my side///too many words...for nothing..
...I'll wait if someone knows something more ..about my questions...
..Then I'll be ready to follow you...
....Thank you man and excuse me if sometimes...I look a little "rude"...
..I don't have a "bad"..mind....Thank you for everything...
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07 Mar 2013   #4
Microsoft MVP


Then go ahead with the Clean Reinstall after reading to understand the steps in the tutorial. Let's focus on the steps now instead of chit-chat that wastes time.

You can judge afterwards if you want to update the BIOS based on performance.

Since you didn't seem to absorb specific information I gave you before, take note that you should delete all partitions during install, unless Dell Diagnostics will still run as shown in the tutorial I posted for you to run it. Then you can save the OEM tools partition only.
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07 Mar 2013   #5

Windows 7 Home Premium x64, *W7 Prem. x64

...Now is 4.15....early morning....I'll just go to sleep...
....Ei man is not wasting of time ..."learning"...As much I know..better it is..
I WILL CLEAN INSTALL......but I'm sorry...I would like to have the answers to my questions...
I'm not working in an office to be in hurry to corect my system
I'm just learning computing... I don't know how to thank you for all your tutorials and advices
I feel you as a friend...I'm quitar player too.
Goodnight.. Goodmorning...

Soon you'll have my computer news....Thank you for all....
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