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It's possible that your disk-drive is "failing", and it's about to "die".
Buy a new disk-drive, connect it, and try to install to it.
* bad RAM in your computer is messing-up the file-copy operations, and the CD-reading operations
* dying motherboard is malfunctioning,
* scratched Windows CD-ROM media
* malfunctioning CD-reader device.
Before you Begin
Make sure there is no program runing that has opened any file on the original disk. You cannot run the Disk Copy procedure if any file on the original or destination disks is in use by any program. For example, if you were editing a document in MS Word, saving to the disk in Drive A, and now want to copy it to another disk: FIRST quit the MS Word program, then execute the Disk Copy procedure.
Caveat LectorThis Disk Copy procedure will make an exact copy of the original disk on the copy disk. It will completely overwrite the copy disk, replacing anything on it with the contents of the original (source) disk. That means that if there are any files on the copy (destination) disk before you begin, those files will be destroyed. You might want to take a look at the destination disk before beginning to be sure there's nothing on it you want to save.
Copying a Disk
Double-Click on the My Computer icon on the Desktop. The My Computer window will open.
In the My Computer Window, click once (not the usual double-click!) to select the icon for 31/2 Floppy A:
Click on the File menu and select Copy Disk. The Copy Disk window will open onscreen.
In the Copy Disk window you will see the option:Copy from 3 1/2 Floppy (A:) to 3 1/2 Floppy (A:)Click on the Start button.
A new window will open prompting you to Insert the disk you want to copy from (source disk). Insert the disk and then click on the OK button. The program will begin "reading" the files from this original (source) disk. You can watch the progress in the little "progress bar" in the Copy Disk window.
Once the original disk has been read into memory you'll be prompted toInsert the disk you want to copy to (destination disk)Now remove the original (source) disk from the drive and insert the copy (destination) disk into the drive. The click the OKbutton. You can watch the progress as the computer "writes" to the copy (destination) disk in the Progress bar in the Copy Disk window.
When the copy is completed you'll see a new, small window popup that will report:The copy completed successfullyNow remove that copy (destination) disk. You are finished!
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ok did u try to instal ur os from a diffenrent cd ? try it , even the problems occurs check ur system with a different RAM ur will find the difference mostly problem gets solved if solved the ultimate sollution is to change ur RAM
you said that your ram is ok, but i think it's the ram which is your problem because of memory dumping with color blue. yes your ramis ok but the reason why not ok is because the latency is not compatible with your settings in bios