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My hp pavillion dv4000 wont load the operating system

I have to push down hard on the right side of themouse pad and hold pressure to get it to load and continue to work

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Try booting your system in safe mode.

  1. Reboot
  2. press F8 continuosly while it reboots until you get options asking how you want to boot up.
  3. Choose safe Mode w/ networking
  4. If it reboots fine than that tells us itcould be a possible hardware issue.
If it still has issues booting up than It could be that your system files on your operating system may be corrupted. Try fixing your XP installation files with an XP disk if you can.

Posted on Mar 14, 2009

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