Dell Laptop Speaker Issue

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sundas605
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- Jun 19, 2013 at 11:03 AM
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- Jun 24, 2013 at 06:34 AM
I purchased my new laptop dell inspiron 5521 two days back when i first plugged the headphones in the jack it was working fine today i plugged in the headphone suddenly headphone plugged out with jerk of my hand then i plugged in again no sound came i think the jack of headphones damaged because headphones are working fine in other devices what i have to do now?

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Zohaib R
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Jun 20, 2013 at 05:59 AM
Hi sundas605,

Have you tried any other headsets with this machine? Also, are the internal spearkers working fine?

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hi, yeah now its working fine i want to ask i am using windows 7 wheni purchased laptop it had only one disc that was local disc c i want to make partition and make three discs how to make it?
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Jun 21, 2013 at 02:22 PM
Be careful.


Click on start
- right click on computer
- click on manage
- click on disk management
right click on partition c:
click shrink volume
when that is done you will have un allocated space
right click on the un allocated space
click create new volume


good luck
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Jun 24, 2013 at 06:34 AM
Hi sundas605,

The steps provided by ac3mark are indeed the right steps however please note the following when creating multiple partitions:

1. It is advisable not to delete the "recovery partition".
2. In the factory-installed operating system, "shrinking the volume" can only be done on the C: partition and only one time.
3. Do NOT set the C: partition as active. Doing so will result in the system coming up with BootMGR missing the next time you boot, requiring a reload of the operating system.

Please revert for clarification.

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