Question about HP Pavilion dv1000 Notebook
If this happens while you are using it, then that's one thing.
We will get to that later.
If it happens while the unit is just sitting there, then that's another thing.
You probably have an energy savings setting problem that you can easily resolve simply by going into the My Computer equivalent and reconfiguring your length of time prior to shutdown of either the display and/or the hard drive.
Find the "DISPLAY" Icon and click on it and you will find a variety of energy saving routines which you can set to the amount of time that the unit will stay on, even though not in use, after which it will shut down to save energy and wear and tear on your components.
Now, as promised, if this occurs while your unit is in use and just shuts down while you are typing, then your unit requires service by a professional as there apparently is some kind of shortage which with further use could damage your unit.
I hope this helps, but if you have further questions, feel free to ask.
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
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