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The Blue Screen Error IRQ Driver not less or equal is a memory problem. Basic things you can do is reseat the memory. However, I highly suggest to contact Dell and have them guide you in doing a Memory Diagnostics. They should replace it if its faulty.
It sounds like you drive has bad sectors. You can replace it with any 40-250GB ATA 2.5 inch drive. If you want your data back, you can still ready you data with tools like ddrescue and create an image file. Then you read the image file with a file carving utility like photorec. It's not quite that easy, since those are command line tool, but your geeky friend will help you with this. If you want somebody else to do it for you there is Data Recovery NYC. Also there is good information on hddguru.com.
To fix the blue screen error try these steps: 1. turn off the
computer unplug all the device plugged with the computer except keyboard
and mouse. 2.restart the computer and start pressing the F8 the
moment you turn on the computer you will get windows advanced boot
options select last known good configuration and press the enter key
twice. if it works fine if not then 3.restart the computer and start
pressing the F8 the moment you turn on
the computer you will get windows advanced boot options select safe mode
and press the enter key twice after that let the computer boot up when
its up go click on start go to all programs and then go to accessories
then go to system tools and then select system restore. you will get a
window select the day when your computer was working properly. follow
the screen prompts this should help you. If not please reply back for
Try booting up the computer pressing whatever key the Dell needs to boot into BIOS (F10, Delete key, F1...pay attention to the screen) and leave the computer on for about 15min. See if it cuts off then. If it does its more than likely your power supply. If it doesn't then its not hardware related.