Question about HP Pavilion dv1000 Notebook
When the lid is closed and reopened computer will not come back on. The only way to get it back on is to do a hard restart....GGGRRRR
Maybe there are to many programs running in the background and thats interefering with the sleep function of the laptop cause it can't allocate enough memory to allow the screen to come back on.
in the search box in your start menu, type in msconfig and press enter. This will take you into the system configuration utility click on the startup tab and this will show you all the programs that are started up when you boot up into windows.
Go ahead an click on the button that says disable all, this will uncheck all of the boxes. Click on apply and then click on Ok and let the computer restart.
Once it restarts and you get back into windows, try again and you should be able to close the lid and then bring it back up and have the screen come back on like normal.
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