Question about HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook
I can be on the computer for a few minutes and then my computer freezes up...
Lockups are USUALLY related to memory problems. You could have incorrect (wrong type of or too much) or defective memory. You should see what memory is installed (in a compartment on the bottom of the notebook). and see if it's correct, first. Go to www.crucial.com and use the Memory Advisor Tool. If your memory is the right kind, and there are two modules, remove one at a time to see if that fixes the problem. If so, replace the one that is out when the notebook works okay. If neither solves the problem, try borrowing a module..
Memory CAN be damaged by voltage spikes. If you are not using a surge protector with your notebook, you need to be doing so. Single-socket models are available.
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