Question about HP Pavilion dv4000 Notebook
it is difficult to say without knowing the exact model name, os and service pack and the amount of memory and free space on your c:\.
You can check how the memory is used and which process/applicaction is using the most of it
Right mouse click on the taskbar and select taskmanager.
On the first tab you see the running application, second tab the processes, on the third tab you can check the memory.
If you have more applications running close one of them down and check if the performance is improving.
You can also look at the HP support page
select country (select US you can the follow the steps below
exactly as given to reach the resolution)
select See support and troubleshooting information
enter your product name (HP pavillon ...) and click on >>
from the resulting list select your product
then select How to use
I hope this helps in finding the solution for your performance problems.
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