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The majority of Dell laptops use #0 or #00, depending on the system in question. I expect this one to use #0#00 on the outside and #00#0 on the internal components. That said, some of their laptops use Torx as well, but that's not common on Dell laptops, especially ones made within the past 4-5 years.
The majority of Dell laptops use #0 or #00, depending on the system in question. I expect this one to use #0#00 on the outside and #00#0 on the internal components. That said, some of their laptops use Torx as well, but that's not common on Dell laptops, especially ones made within the past 4-5 years.
 
My recommendation for a laptop like this is to get the [product|IF145-299-4|64-bit driver kit] so you aren't stuck if my educated guess is wrong.

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The majority of Dell laptops use #0 or #00, depending on the system in question. I expect this one to use #00#0 on the outside and #0#00 on the internal components. That said, some of their laptops use Torx as well, but that's not common on Dell laptops, especially ones made within the past 4-5 years.
The majority of Dell laptops use #0 or #00, depending on the system in question. I expect this one to use #00#0 on the outside and #0#00 on the internal components. That said, some of their laptops use Torx as well, but that's not common on Dell laptops, especially ones made within the past 4-5 years.
 
My recommendation for a laptop like this is to get the [product|IF145-299-4|64-bit driver kit] so you aren't stuck if my educated guess is wrong.

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The majority of Dell laptops use #0 or #00, depending on the system in question. I expect this one to use #000#00 on the outside and #00#0 on the internal components. That said, some of their laptops use Torx as well, but that's not common on Dell laptops, especially ones made within the past 4-5 years.
The majority of Dell laptops use #0 or #00, depending on the system in question. I expect this one to use #000#00 on the outside and #00#0 on the internal components. That said, some of their laptops use Torx as well, but that's not common on Dell laptops, especially ones made within the past 4-5 years.
 
My recommendation for a laptop like this is to get the [product|IF145-299-4|64-bit driver kit] so you aren't stuck if my educated guess is wrong.

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The majority of Dell laptops use #00#0 or #000#00, depending on the system in question. I expect this one to use #000 on the outside and #00 on the internal components. That said, some of their laptops use Torx as well, but that's not common on Dell laptops, especially ones made within the past 4-5 years.
The majority of Dell laptops use #00#0 or #000#00, depending on the system in question. I expect this one to use #000 on the outside and #00 on the internal components. That said, some of their laptops use Torx as well, but that's not common on Dell laptops, especially ones made within the past 4-5 years.
 
My recommendation for a laptop like this is to get the [product|IF145-299-4|64-bit driver kit] so you aren't stuck if my educated guess is wrong.

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The majority of Dell laptops use #00 or #000, depending on the system in question. I would expect an XPSthis one to use #000, although I'd keep a#000 on the outside and #00 available foron the internal components as well. Somecomponents. That said, some of their laptops use Torx as well, but that's not common on Dell laptopslaptops, especially ones made within the past 4-5 years.
The majority of Dell laptops use #00 or #000, depending on the system in question. I would expect an XPSthis one to use #000, although I'd keep a#000 on the outside and #00 available foron the internal components as well. Somecomponents. That said, some of their laptops use Torx as well, but that's not common on Dell laptopslaptops, especially ones made within the past 4-5 years.
 
My recommendation for a laptop like this is to get the [product|IF145-299-4|64-bit driver kit] so you aren't stuck if my educated guess is wrong.

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Editado por: Nick ,

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The majority of Dell laptops use #00 or #000, depending on the system in question. I would expect an XPS to use #000, although I'd keep a #00 available for the internal components as well. Some use Torx as well, but that's not common on Dell laptops.
The majority of Dell laptops use #00 or #000, depending on the system in question. I would expect an XPS to use #000, although I'd keep a #00 available for the internal components as well. Some use Torx as well, but that's not common on Dell laptops.
 
My recommendation for a laptop like this is to get the [product|IF145-299-4|64-bit driver kit] so you aren't stuck if my educated guess is wrong.

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The majority of Dell laptops use #00 or #000, depending on the system in question. I would expect an XPS to use #000, although I'd keep a #00 available for the internal components as well.

My recommendation for a laptop like this is to get the [product|IF145-299-4|64-bit driver kit] so you aren't stuck if my educated guess is wrong.

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