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Hello, The issue is with the driver compatibility. First I would ask if the recovery is latest? Or else after the recovery update it with the web so as to get the latest service pack like sp3 for windows xp.
Second thing is that you can try to download the latest driver from the lexmark manufacturer. Sometime with the latest driver update and will correct the the bugs. Try this...
well, i have had the same promblem,hate to say it but sometimes the type you bought isn't compatable with your laptop ...mite consider saleing that one and asking samsung what kind of cdrw's will work with that laptop
Hello Mark Hold down the Fn key and press the F key which should have a wireless icon on it. Seen as its Christmas and i also live in good old Yorkshire, if you still need a hand when it comes to the day email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you bought it new then back up any files and take it back to the shop. If it's a second hand unit then you need to immediately back up to disc or pen anything you want to save. You are being warned that there is an issue with your hard drive. If this fails then you will lose all your information and computer won't fire up until you fit a new hard drive and install an operating system (if you actually have one). Once you have safeguarded your files it might be worth checking if your laptop is running too hot, which can damage a hard drive, is the fan switching on. There are programs free to download that can test the temperature.