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Unfortunately I had a similar issue with an HP A0 printer. The Hp 'Engineer' could not fix it. The hard drive had failed and there is a complete new hard drive with software loaded available but only through Hp.
Dear, I am not good blue screen code reader. But I guess (from my experience) this can happen in case of defected ram, hard disk or trying to install operating system which is not supported by the motherboard or laptop. You can try to load changing ram for testing purpose with a good RAM if does not work, try to Remove and install a good hard disk then go for the loading. I think by loading you mean start up your laptop booting form your hard drive. If so, just try to re install your operating system. Let me know updates.
by rebooting you must mean wiping out and starting fresh? installing a new operating system. you need either the dell factory recovery disks and start the computer up on the disks. with disks inserted follow to the load from cd promptg if not start over and when the computer turns on tap del key and change boot order settings to prompt boot from a cd dvd drive before a hard drive or any device. this way it will check for operating systems in the cd before the hard drive. then continue installing your choice of factory or updated operating system enter the serial number etc etc as it prompts. it should take about one to two hours beginning to end.
In Ubuntu, go to Administrator/Hardware Driver Update. It will run an update to check drivers available against your hardware. BTW new version of Ubuntu available at the end of the week. Ubuntu Upgrade If that's unsuccessful, run a normal Ubunto Update to do a driver/support search. In XP, boot up,, insert your install disk and right-click on My Computer/Properties/Device Manager. There is an option at the top to "Scan for Hardware Changes". It should recognize the USB hardware. When it asks where to get the drivers, point it to your installation disk which should have all of your USB drivers on it. Best of luck and enjoy Ubuntu! Greg
Please Check :-
1) Whether U R using the Proper NERO. I want to mean, try installing the NERO which was provided with the DVD-RW+ Drive.
2) Check whether there is a Firmware Upgrade available for your DVD-RW+ Drive with the help of provided CD/DVD and a compatible Software.
sir try copying all the files in the installation disk to your hard drive then run the installation in where you copy your file... probably just a read disk error... if you have successfully copied all the files means disk is still working... if you get an error chances are the installation disk is damaged or your disk drive have a problem.
Need more info, sounds like nothing to do with a printer, sounds like you ae trying to install something on your pc and it needs the .exe file placed where it can find it on your computer hard drive that is labeled "DR9".
This has happened to me a few times and it's been posted here by others, and the one thing that is always apparent is it happens after a windows update, this may well be a generic updated driver which is not always the best driver for what you have installed or it could be a programme that has not installed correctly especially windows genuine advantage.
I would do a system restore to a point before the windows updates, then go to Microsoft updates yourself and manually install the updates that windows says you require one at at time until the same thing happens, although it may not as it may be the fact that there are too many updates trying to be processed at the same time causing the lag and permanant HD led light.