Question about HP Pavilion dv2120us Notebook
This is likely to be as a result of your processor over-heating, maybe because of your environment, or because the fan is not cooling the processor properly again. Therefore my suggestion would be for you to unscrew your laptop (If you can do it by yourself), and try to clean, or better still replace your processor fan.
If you cant do it by yourself, you can easily get a technician to do it for you.
I have actually had the same case before, and after doing what I've just told you, it stopped behaving like that.
And you are also still very lucky, because after a while, if the case worsens, the system will not just get stuck, but it will power-off automatically.
Then always make sure that your laptop is in a well ventilated, cool environment and that the environment is free from dusts.
Hope this helps you out.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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