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From the description you have a hardware problem possibily caused by the ipod plugged into the headphone jack of the laptop. I'am convinced the sound section on the motherboard is damaged, probably the audio output ic. But to trouble shoot the problem will require someone with a strong background in electronics, I would suggest going no further until you have estimate in hand.
First of all, SAVE ALL OF YOUR IMPORTANT DATA! Not programs, just Data. You can reload the programs.
Open Internet Explorer, Tools, Windows Update. Select Custom. Install all the updates. Repeat until you no longer have updates to install.
Click Start, All Programs, Accessories, System Tools, Disk Cleanup. While that is running open your TEMP folder and delete everything in it. Then open the Windows folder and delete all files starting with $NTUninstall. In the Windows\TEMP folder and delete everything.
After that I like to search for all *.bak; *.tmp and ~*.* files and delete them.(They're all temp files)
After all that Open My Computer and Right Click on the C: drive. On the Tools Tab select Check Now. Check Automatically Fix Errors and Scan For and Attemp Recovery of Bad Sectors. Click START and reboot your PC. This will take a long time. When that is finished, go back to Tools and Select Defragment Now. This also will take a long time.
This whole process takes a long time if this is the first time you've done it so, be patient.
Try going to the device manager: start>control panel>hardware and sound>device manager. Look for mouse/pointing devices tab and expand to show HID compliant mouse, right click on it and choose update driver, then click search automatically for updated driver software.
That is Failed Software Update, when that happens the system gets corrupted and cannot load anymore.
All you can do is downloading the update into an USB stick , plugging the memory stick into any of the USB ports on the PS3 and try to run the update again. Do it a couple of times. If that does not work contact Sony, in some case they will replace the playstation becvause of this error.
One last thing :
turn off any ad-removal programs, Web accelerators, anti-spyware, and antivirus programs before you try to access the Microsoft Update site. These programs can cause script errors. Be sure to turn them back on once you’ve finished your update.