|28 Dec 2011||#1|
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DVD drive packed up!
I have an HP Pavilion DV6-2113SA laptop. While away on holiday I suddenly started getting BSOD's every time and now I cannot boot my Win 7 64 system at all. I didn't have a repair disk with me but now I'm home any disk I put in the drive does not start up. The drive light flickers but the drive doesn't spool up to speed to read the data. I cannot load the Acronis boot disk or Norton startup disk either and I know they work on another spare laptop.
The errors are Stop: 50 Page_Fault_in_NonPaged_Area and
Stop: 19 Bad_Pool_Header.
However, I don't think this is the cause of the DVD failure (I think!) as this drive packed up in the same way a few months ago and probably needs to be replaced.
So, would any DVD fit this laptop, I mean, are dVD drives standard, apart from the way they are mounted in the frame /the frame itself?
More importantly for the moment, is it possible to install the Win 7 repair files on a 4gb USB stick, and if so, how? I already have the MS system disk so does MS Win 7 allow me to put the files onto a USB stick so that I can do a repair?
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