Question about HP Pavilion dv2000t Notebook
This is because of Operating System Errors.
When you switch on the notebook
1. Press F8 Function key and choose the SAFE MODE with command prompt.
2. Then you will prompt to enter the Operating System by pressing 1 or 2 if you have mltiple OS
3. Then give the administrator password if present.
4. Then type the command and run the disk checking program with the following commands
C:\WINDOWS> CHKDSK C: /r
5. After completion of the chkdsk program then type EXIT at command prompt.
6. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del for Windows Task Manager
7. Then select the Shut Down menu in task manager and select the restart menu.
If this does't solve your problem.
Please use the DVD/CD given by the HP. That will restore it to original state.
WARNING: All the data on the Notebook will lost if you are not familier with it.
Thanks & Regards
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