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You can reuse the oring from the old cylinder. Easy to install. The cylinder will break when the driver bends or breaks. If the driver looks good, dont worry about anything. Remove nails. Slip the driver into the cylinder and push driver and cylinder into body of the gun. Replace head.
The most probable cause is that your video driver is not up-to-date. Try updating your video drivers as soon as possible. You can download all the latest drivers (for Windows XP only) for your laptop from here.
I have seen many Porter Cable pin nailers with a bent or broken driver. Easy to check. With breakdown in hand (http://images.toolpartsdirect.com/schematics/portercable/pin100.big.pdf) remove head nut and other parts to gain access to piston/driver. (parts # 60084) Most drivers have the tip missing or driver is bent. Replace as needed. If driver looks good replace driver into cylinder and push all the way down. The driver should extend about 1/8" past nose. Check for obstruction around lower bumper. Parts are not expensice and are available at WWW.toolpartsdirect.com. Please email if you have any questions. Good luck.
Have you tried taking the files off of the drive and repartitioning and reformatting the drive? How is the drive formatted? Fat? Fat32 or HPFS? What version of Mac OS are you running? It is possible, depending on the version of the OS and the driver for the OS that it can have problems with drives that have partitions larger than 128 GB. It is also a bios limitation with older systems. Look to see if there is an updated driver for the OS X version you are running. Also check in the Disk Utility to see how the drive is partitioned and formatted. If it is going to be a Mac only drive, partition and format it as HPFS. If it is a drive that you will use in Windows as well, use Fat 32 and limit the partitions to 128 GB or less.
You could also try a newer version of OS X like Tiger or Leopard. They are both more stable than older versions and have better support for devices.