Question about HP Pavilion dv4000 Notebook
I've had the same issue. I've stripped it down twice looking for a solution only to have the same problem. My solution was to place two pens under the laptop (one on each side)near the area between the keyboard and touch pad. Then put one hand near the screen hinges and one hand near the front speakers and bent the laptop chassis back to OEM shape. I worked from one side to the other and haven't had any freezing problems since. You can get another motherboard but with a flexed chassis you'll always have the same issue. Hope this helps..
Download a program called paragon and unzip and follow instructions to create a boot disk and install program on it.once done with the created disk in drive turn on pc.the disk will boot up and a program will start to check or/and edit youre hd.
if it detects bad sectors(which is what seems to be your prob) repair them;bet way format entire hd.
this is probably the best software type for repairing difficult to fix hard drives .
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