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yamasa - These machines belong to the school and without permission, (I'd request it in writing with witnesses and notarized), this could turn into a very large headache!
I have experienced this problem as well, it is either the CD is scratch or the CD-rom lens needs cleaning, however it can read the content of the CD, I would susgest you try a another CD-rom , borrow it from a friend. Hi, a 6ya expert can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
You can always load XP on top of this install and delete the recovery files for ME.
I've used this method a few times with burro colored machines.
It was a busy holiday season and it was just last night that I had a chance to get to looking at this.
After upgrading to the 2.6.12-10 kernel sound no longer works. *sigh* I spent a couple of hours trying to fix it last night but was unable to do so.
*Since the laptop is so slow I don’t use it very often.
While checking through some notes, I found I was using kernel 2.6.12-9-386 at the time I wrote this.
With the "VT for Direct I/O" option turned off I don't see the error above & the keyboard/mouse work. ID=143154 yeah, that's the slightly different bug which isn't exactly like the case described in the common bugs (note the 'most cases' weasel words - your case is the exception). I’ve written before about trying to get sound working on my ancient laptop.When Ubuntu Breezy (5.10) was released; I wiped my laptop and reloaded it from scratch.but the version of the file listed in the footnotes is the only one which worked for me.Lastly, if you have this laptop there is a considerable amount of good information still available on Dell’s website for it.