Dell :: Studio 1735, Keyboard Lag/stuck In WoW/Games
Oct 5, 2008
I've been trying to play WoW on my new Studio 1735, but I'm having issues with the Keyboard. If I, for example, press the "S" key, hold it and hit the "A" key next (do this very fast a couple of times) the keys will get stuck and I see my character going left all the time until I hit the "A" key once more.
This also happens with any of the directonial keys.
Is anyone else having this problem here? I've been browing the Dell Comunity forums and I'm not alone with this one. I've seen this "bug" reported on Windows XP/Vista and even Linux systems, so I'm guessing it's a BIOS issue.
I haven't found a solution yet, so if anyone has one, I'm allready running the latest A04 Bios.
i have had this refurblished laptop for a few months now and recently it has developed a problem. When the touchpad plays up it will not respond and occasionaly will jump all over the place making it impossible to use.
It has been doing this for a few weeks usually about once a day which i thought was completley random, although about 5 minutes ago I discovered unplugging the charger solves the problem.
My mom has a Dell Studio 1735 and when she tried to turn it on she says it maade a weird noise. I checked it and it doesn't power on at all. I cheked the power supply and it seems ok. The battery is fully charged.
When trying to turn it on the power button flashes quickly 3 times a long pause and sometimes it flashes a once very long and other times it flashes 10 short bursts.
No other light comes on. I've removed the battery and tried turning it on, but the same.
I got myself a shiny 1735. I'm not a big gamer, but I wanted something that could play the odd game and specifically World of Warcraft. With this in mind (and the fact that I've never yet met an integrated graphics solution that didn't suck so hard that Dyson wanted to patent it), I went with the ATi Radeon Mobility HD 3650 gfx upgrade. I've never been a fan of ATi so it wouldn't have been my first choice of card, but given that it's about the same choice as the vegetarian "option" in restaurants (ie, take it, or go hungry) I figured it was worth a punt.
Got WoW installed and played about with settings. To cut a long story short, it looks absolutely gorgeous and will happily fling the game about with all the settings ramped up to max at 1920x1200. But.
WoW seems to run... I'm struggling for the exact word, but it's "choppy". When you're running / flying, the terrain isn't smooth, it kinda jerks past in quick bursts. It doesn't feel like the card is struggling per sť, it's like the sort of thing that you'd expect to be fixed in a driver update.
I grabbed the latest Catalyst drivers from ATi (8.8). They appear to install fine, along with the control centre which is missing from the stock Dell install, but it doesn't actually appear to update the drivers from 8.4. Presumably this is down to it being a laptop adapter rather than a discrete ATi card, but I've not as yet come up with a workaround to make it install though I'm sure it's possible. Anyway.
I took a closer look at the graphics card. The stock 3650 from ATi runs at 600MHz core, 500MHz RAM. yet the adapter supplied by Dell appears to be underclocked, the memory is the same speed but the core is running at just 450MHz.
Experimenting with ATiTool, I can reclock the card to run at ATi stock speeds of 600/500. At this speed it runs rock solid stable under extended load, with no discernable thermal issues that I can immediately make out. Overclocking it much past this almost immediately crashes the laptop so I can't recommend taking it much out of spec, for the sake of a couple of MHz it's just not worth the risk / hassle, but at 600 core it's solid. I can only assume that Dell have underclocked it to improve battery life, I can't see any other reason for such a large crippling.
Clocking the card 'properly' and switching off Full Screen Glow in WoW has gone a long way towards rectifying the choppiness, but I can see that it's still not "right". I've not yet played with other resolutions or tried any other games so I don't know if I'm just asking too much in terms of graphics RAM or if it's specifically a WoW issue but I'm going to carry on fiddling with it. Short of persevering with hacking the Catalyst 8.8 drivers though, I'm not entirely sure where else I can go with this. In the grand scheme of things it's not a huge issue, it's just irritating that my shiny new toy isn't quite the beast I was expecting when I bought it.
i would like to ask if somebody know if I can change Radeon 3650 which I have in my Studio for nvidia 8600m? I found this http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Dell-Vostro-17...1%7C240%3A1318 on ebay but I`m not sure if I can change it.
New owner of a Dell Studio 1735 that came loaded with ( of course) WIndows Vista. I was told by the rep at Dell that sold it to me " oh yeah, you can get the XP drivers for it".....yeah right!!
I was able to create a slipstream Windows XP install CD that loads SP2 files and the SATA HDD drivers to avoid the BSOD that I got initially in trying to load XP..so far so good I thought.
Ran Vistaboot to dual boot but that corrupts the NTLDR and I cannot dual boot into anyting but VISTA as I get the message statingthe NTLDR is either missing or corrupted . If I run a repair and then type FIXBOOT , I can then get back into XP.., but of course..., no longer can boot into VISTA ( no big loss but it would have been nice ) and only have XP.
I cannot find the XP drivers for audio , video ( ATI Mobility Radeon 3650 ) or wireless and an UNKNOWN DEVICE. I've looked and looked,but incredibly there seems to be no XP drivers for these devices.
I just feel that Dell has the XP drivers for these devices but somehow is just not releasing them. It's really unfair to be "locked" into one OS ( which , by the way...sucks!) and feel like a idiot for believing the sales rep.
My touch pad driver recently stopped working the other day. I had not noticed because I always use my VX Nano, but I was out of the house with the laptop for once and had no pointing device when I booted up.
I re-downloaded the Synaptics driver that I had installed previously, but it didn't work. I had to install the Dell driver to get it to work, but on install I noticed it saying it was an Alps, not a Synaptics.
What gives with this? I even remember seeing other posts on here saying to forgo the Dell driver when installing windows and to use the Synaptics driver............................
I contact you because I bought a Dell Studio 1735 a while ago and since I dont like Windows Vista I changed the OS to XP. Reading this forum I managed to make everything work, Wifi, TouchPad, Video, Sound which was a Sound Blaster Audigy not the one that comes in the Std Studio model and everything else BUT the remote control.
I installed the drivers for the IR port from [url]and it says the device is working properly, yet the remote is not functional.
Has anyone been able to make the device work under XP?
I had Vista 32bit on that notebook and bought 4GB RAM and 320GB WD Black Edition 7200rpm hard and tried to install Vista 64...
First mine hard drive was not seen by install DVD with message that CD/DVD driver is missing (I am sorry machine is not with me now so I can not write messages I got exactly, but I hope that somebody who has this problem understands me)Ö I thought it is SATA problem so downloaded newest matrix driver, extracted and put on USBÖ
FYI Dell released a new video driver for the studio laptops today. It said it increases compatibility with external monitors. I wouldn't know since I've never hookem mine up to an external. But I will dl just to stay up to date. You can find it here:
My Studio 1735 has been quite reliable, until today when I closed the lid and left it for an hour. When I came back it simply refuses to switch on at all, so I checked the battery (full charge) and the adapter (green light) so all power sources look good. Briefly, the button on the opposite side of the laptop from the power switch did show a white light, but that's died as well now! I removed the CMOS battery in case it was a logical problem, but it made no difference.
have a DELL studio 1735 laptop that I upgraded from Vista home premium¬†to Win 7 Ultimate. I formatted the HDD and did a complete install. ¬†I also increase the processor from T5600 to T8300. I have a BIOS of A04 and want to upgrade to A05. I get a message "Quote" you can't upgrade to A05 Bios cause your ROM IMAGE FILE IS MISSING. Though it is working fine I need the A05 bios.
The battery on my laptop (Dell Studio 1735) was bad, it charges up fine, but only holds a charge for about 5min after being 100% charged. Dell doesn't offer a genuine battery for my laptop anymore so I purchased a third party one for my model. The new battery works and powers the laptop, but upon booting I get a message that tells me the battery is unrecognized and will not be allowed to charge, and within windows it says that battery is "Not Charging".
Things I've tried:
Unplug battery and adapter, hold power down for 5 sec, plug everything back in. Allow battery to drain, then when booting and the message says the battery is low and should be charged Press F1 to Continue. Flash BIOS Downgraded BIOS to A04. Downgraded BIOS to A03 Searched for updates to the battery driver in Device Manager Removed battery driver and allowed to reinstall Booted up with genuine battery, then swapped out to the new battery once within Windows.
I have recently upgraded my Studio 1735 from Vista 32 to Windows 7 64bit. All has been fine for a couple of months, but suddenly when the machine hibernates it reboots showing dell media centre. How I get my machine to hibernate properly?
On my Dell Studio 1735 laptop I have been running with Vista Ultimate x32 since I got it - yes - the <gasp> factory load! Everything worked flawlessly under that factory load. I decided yesterday to install Vista Ultimate x64 after having downloaded all drivers from Dell's website that I needed (made sure to download the x64 specific drivers). After installing, all drivers went in normally, but, the fingerprint reader (even though it's recognized in the control panel and services for it are running) doesn't give me the option of using it to logon to Windows or into any websites or anything else. I tried removing and reinstalling the drivers - no change. There is no GUI to enable/disable it that I can find. I've gone through the Program Files folder that it's installed into but nothing showing as an executable.
I did an upgrade from win vista x32 to win 7 x64 on my Dell Studio 1735. ¬† In order to do that upgrade I did change the HDD to a 1 TB and update from 3GB to 4GB ram.
Now I have on item still not working after that upgrade. ¬† ¬†The integrated biometric (fingerprint reader) refuse to work. ¬†Windows 7 x64 did detect that it was an Authentec device, and installed it driver.
But If I installe the software for the reader. ¬†It refuse to install and give this as the reason (No driver installed for the reader) ¬† I've tried to replace the windows driver with the original Authentec drivers, but windows 7 replace the drivers with it's own.
Any windows 7 drivers out there for my Authentec integrated device ? ¬†
I've got a Dell Inspiron 1501 Laptop. ¬†When I switch it on it produces the most deafening series of beeps. ¬†The Dell Diagnostics CD says:
Error Code 2C00:041D Stuck Key Detected Keyboard is Continuously transmitting a scan code 31h
It would appear that the left cursor key is stuck, as the only way I can get into windows (using an external keyboard) is to type my password backwards! instead of 'password' I type 'drowssap' The cursor is constantly moving left so by typing the password backwards it comes out the right way round. I took the cover off and disconnected & removed the keyboard and trackpad. ¬†But the problem persists: it seems this key is constantly transmitting, even without the keyboard!!
I've cleared the CMOS, left it unplugged without power, battery, CMOS Battery for 3 days. ¬†I've flashed the BIOS, changed the Memory. ¬†Still the same problem. ¬†Keyboard has been disconnected all this time, but getting this constant Key signal.Where is it coming from if the keyboard is disconnected?