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You probably will need to replace the optical drive (CD/DVD drive) in your laptop. Go to Google and search for "Dell Inspirion 6000 CD/DVD drive" to find a replacement. To be sure it's the CD/DVD drive that's defective and not your operating system software, you could also try to boot from a boot-able DVD disk.
You must first Rip your albums or Mix CD's to your Xbox, insert an album and click on Rip CD to save it to your Hard Drive, play an album and click on edit or save playlist below the play/stop/forward/ buttons, and get rid of songs you don't want if needed. While playing that album still, back out with the red "b" button on your controller and back up until you are back at albums, now click on it, select another album, and choose "add to current playlist" or "add to playlist" and it will now stack that album on the bottom of the first. Again you can edit and delete or organize songs, then save playlist. Now you can name it and when you go to saved playlists instead of Albums, it will be there. Anymore trouble, please email me at [email protected]
the read on the drive may be faulting, especially if taking forever to rip cd's, but then that can be different on each cd as some tracks are read easily the others, not so.
The other problem possibility, may be related to both ripping and dvd playing in that you are running a little low on memory, the minimum amount needed with XP for simple tasks is 512MB, so see what you have installed.
tests only normally check read and write speeds, and not neccasarilly whether your drive is about to fail or not.
If the drive is faulty, then a replacement dvd burner will be around $65, not a lot, and you can use any make of burner to replace it.