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I have had this problem before with the exact same model.. I had been on the phone with technicians and they guided me through a series of troubleshooters with which none of them worked.. Unfortunatly the only way I managed to get it running again was to restore my laptop to factory
Any laptop cdrom, cd/rw, dvdrom, dvd/rw, or cd/rw-dvd combo will fit in you laptop. All you have to do is remove the mounting hardware from the old one, and place on the new one. They are pretty easy to remove from the laptop, as there is only one screw from the bottom that holds them in.
In the drop down window,select full DVD image.(save it to your desktop.Download,Imgburn from here. http://www.imgburn.com/ install it,open it up,select the image you downloaded to your desktop,select Data DVD,Then selact burn,Make sure you have a blank DVD into your dvd burner.when it is done,restart your computer with the disk in.when the screen appears to push any key to boot from cd,push a key and install following the directions.