Driver Installation Guide for Dell Dual Video USB Docking Station D1000


The Dell Dual Video USB Docking Station D1000 is powered by DisplayLink technology that enables USB docking functions. The universal docking solution allows multiple USB monitors, audio devices, Ethernet, and other peripherals to connect to computers via USB.

Note: For optimal performance, Dell recommends updating the chipset driver and BIOS on your computer before installing the DisplayLink driver for the docking station.
  1. Download and install the latest DisplayLink driver from the Dell Drivers & Downloads page
  2. Follow the instructions on the screen until the installation is complete
  3. Restart the computer
  4. Connect all external devices to the docking station
  5. Connect the docking station to the computer
SLN316673_en_US__1icon Note: The latest DisplayLink drivers for supported operating systems can also be found at

21 feb. 2021

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