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The disk is corrupted and it interferes with the install process. Just get this
http://gparted.sourceforge.net/ boot from it and format your entire disk to reiserfs then to FAT32 - this way any trace of the old NTFS file system is thoroughly wiped. Now launch the recovery process one more time and it will automatically detect the FAT32 partition and will reformat it to NTFS in the process.
I just noticed that I had the telephone cable connected to the "Telephone" port on the back of the Fax/Printer. When I switched it to the "Line" port, suddenly the clicking stopped and the Memory/In Use light went off. Now we will see if I can Fax something. Hope this works for you too!
If you have set up your printer on a wireless network, you will need to open up some ports on your router in order to get the scan feature to work. I could only print and not scan. I went to HP's support site and they gave me the list of ports to open -- of course they don't tell you how to do that. Everything works fine now. If that's your problem, post another thread with the router ID and hopefully we can figure it out. Hope this helps.