Question about HP Pavilion dv2000t Notebook
This problem can't be called as ur machine's shuttin down...This is called sleep mode...
Well this usually happens with laptop's.. This happens when ur laptop's battery run's out of power.. now if u think that u keep the power cord plugged in & still it happens, open the battery socket at the back of laptop, clean the battery terminals & the slot where its placed.. Now restart the system & go to control panel.. go to power options & check all ur settings.. There might be a setting named stand by time.. just change it to never..and the option, Turn Of Display... change it to never..
Now try it out
Hope this helps u out...and if doesn't then feel free to ask again
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Posted on Sep 09, 2009
Sounds like you have virus, go to symantec and run a remote virus scan.
Restart and run in "Safe Mode with networking".
Now go here below..!
Click Continue and then click "Virus Detection", if you get security prompts about add-on's just install them.
It will take a while but it will tell you what has infected your laptop and tell you how to remove it.
I personally would go for this option, back up only what you need to, not .exe files>now run your recovery program and do a Full Re-install, I say this to ensure you don't have any viruses and you start with a clean laptop.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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