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actually, I know the solution partially.... and i need that solution too. Open your battery, then you will see a sim card slot (some metallic type). Now you know about drivers then tell me name of driver...
I have this mobile too
go to setting -> connectivity -> data account -> GPRS -> options -> create
to create a data account ( input your APN setting, etc. )
back to connectivity ( or go back to main menu -> WAP ) -> edit profile -> SIM1 ( or SIM2 ) -> create
to create a WAP profile, input the homepage, etc. Select the data account you created
( Don't forget to check "Select SIM card" setting in profile to choose right SIM )
Install the latest audio driver for your computer you can download it in support.dell.com. input your service tag then download your driver install it, make sure you input the right operating system,..after installing it restart the computer,. it that doesn't work. try to check the device manager if the audio driver is detected if not ,, try to do system restore and set it back to the last day it was working, (depends on the restore point)
So if all of that doesn't work and you still have the "X"over it you'll need to replace that internal speakers.
It's a mobil connection. It enables you to stay connected to the internet if you are on the way with your laptop.
This are the spec. from Dell for the UK Internal Dell Wireless Stay connected while on the go with the Wireless 5530 3G/HSDPA Mobile Broadband Card from Dell. It uses WCDMA Technology that offers fast, wireless broadband speeds to help you achieve LAN-like mobility. It helps maximize your productivity while maintaining contact with clients, colleagues and family. Its high efficiency compact broadband design provides consistent throughput performance. Its GPS capability allows you to retrieve location data from GPS satellites, utilize GPS navigation and location-based applications. This product has been tested and validated on Dell systems. It is supported by Dell Technical Support when used with a Dell system.
Highlights •WCDMA technology for quick and easy integration into laptops, PDA’s and mobile •Coupled with 3G technology for high level of mobility •Compact design for enhanced throughput and performance Compatible With: •Latitude E6500 / E6400 / E6400 ATG / E5400 / E4300 / E4200 •Precision M4400 NB
It's quite cool and fast as described, I used the Vodafone Mobile connect HSDPA and I can confirm the good performance.
One serious issue are the costs, as you pay for the downloaded MB once you exceed your free data limit, Not sure if you want to use it privately, then you need to monitor the amount of downloaded data closely otherwise you will be poor very soon :-). Check at the Vodafone Home page the costs.
Hi there. Use the Vista CD to create the new partition, but first you have to delete the old partition first, (the 220GB partition not the 10GB one because that will be the recovery partition). Get a calculator and work out your new partition, for example 50GB is 50x1024MB so that will be 51200MB. When you have deleted the 220GB partition select NEW and input your newly worked out partition and carry on from there, to activate the other partition just format it.
Please post back with the results and for anymore help if needed.