Question about HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook
I have an HP laptop running Windows Vista Home with 2GB or Ram and a 100 GB HD. While browsing the internet (I was not downloading anything and I always run a scan with AVG everyday) I clicked a link to a reputable game site (armorgames.com) and my computer froze up. I waited about 20 to 30 minutes just in case it was just something taking too long and then I manually restarted my computer. Afterwards I was taken to the startup recovery utility and I used the utility to fix it automatically and I went back to the screen to choose to use the startup recovery (I hope I am saying that right) or to load windows normally. When I try to load normally it would go back to the utility and I would run the fixit again and soon afterwards it did it over and over until it said that it couldn't fix it. The next thing I did was restart the computer and tried to load the computer from the last known configuration by pressing F8 and choosing that option and now I hear a clicking sound.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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