Question about HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook
My Sony Vaio laptop, purchased in August 2006, has been acting strangely lately. Upon startup, it's very slow to open folders. I gave it a few days rest, but it still won't connect to internet or open any kinds of files. If I keep trying to open folders the entire desktop disappears as well as the task bar. Right now I can't even open up task manager. Is there any way to salvage the files I haven't yet backed up?
You computer is infected by the spyware virus try to run in the safemode and download and install spyware doctor of pctools also the registry mechanic this two utilities is very helpful in term of spyware virus. But sometime if your computer infected by the UST.AVI virus you cannot install any program even the anti virus. The virus automatically close any program you install to prevent the anti virus to install in the system. If this happen the only way to salvage the files is reinstall the windows in the other directory then after you finished install windows. You can copy now the the files in the old directory copy of the windows your needed files. and delete the old windows directory permanently.
Posted on Apr 24, 2008
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