Question about HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook
First of, your files did not crash. Your PC did. Your files may only get corrupted at best.
First, download a registry cleaner. A good one is Avast registry cleaner. Also download a virus removal tool or an antivirus. Avast also can be a good one. I recommend getting Avira Free version.
Boot your PC into Safe Mode (press F8 while PC is booting). Then install Avira in Safe Mode. Scan your PC. Run Avast registry cleaner. Reboot.
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
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