Original Dell power plan for the Dell XPS 13 9343 (2015)

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    #1 vn_mnm, Aug 29, 2015
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    Hi everyone,

    I have a Dell XPS 13 2015 with the following specs:
    _CPU : Core i5 5200U
    _RAM : 8gb
    _Hard drive : 256gb SSD

    Until recently, I have just formatted my hard drive and reinstalled Windows 8.1 using the official USB kit from Dell. However, when I go to the 'Power Options' in the Control Panel, the Dell power plan, originally installed in it when Dell first sold the laptop to me, is now no longer there.

    Without it, my laptop running the 'Balanced' power plan drains battery faster than Type-2 diabetes ! :worthy::worthy::worthy:

    If anyone here use the same laptop as me and still retain its original Dell power plan, can you please share me the file of it and how to install the plan ? If you dont have the file but still have the plan, can you screenshot every single configuration in its advanced settings so that I can create one myself ?

    Thank you very much to anyone who helps me out :eek:
     
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  3. vn_mnm

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    I had already installed the version 2.00 then updated to 2.01 but the power plan does not show up m8. Do you use the same laptop as me ?
     
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    Really guys ? No one has the same laptop as me ? :weep::weep::weep:
     
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    I don't think it includes the Dell power plan. It does work but it just does not have the power plan m8, but anyway, I still welcome your kindness and helpful spirit, so I thanked your post.

    It would be the best and fastest solution for me if you or anyone using the same laptop as mine screenshooting every single configuration line of the Dell power plan's advanced settings and post it here for me to mimic.:rolleyes: