The Dell XPS M1730, released in 2007, was Dell’s final gaming laptop before establishing the Alienware premier gaming brand in 2009 – with the model ultimately replaced by the Alienware M17x series.
This article looks at the hardware that made the Dell XPS M1730, and what steps need to be taken to get Windows 10 up and running on the laptop today.
- BIOS Setup
- Windows Install
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How to install Windows 10 on the Dell XPS M1730
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Thanks for hosting this site. On Page 3 you stated:
“The Logitech GamePanel Software won’t become active until after a reboot. If you receive an error when logging off relating to the LCDCountdown applet, then delete the applet from %ProgramFiles%\Logitech\Game Panel Software\Applets\LCDCountdown.exe as it seems to be incompatible with Windows 10.”
Simply turning off the Countdowntimer in the LCD Manager Software worked for me as well. That way you can turn it back on later, if you want to use it.