Question about HP Pavilion dv1000 Notebook
To oyur problem i see that you are right it is heat issues,
if you have a cooler, and still the same result, i can see that it would be the processor fan or heatsink that have problems,
if you can dismantle your laptop, just unscrewing the bottom part and check the fan, maybe it's not functioning, or the heatsink or thermal paste may have no contact at all to the processor,
if you are unsure how to dismantle, have a technician check it, say to him about your problems specially about the processor fans and heat sink,
also check your ram sticks for heat issue. it is commonly placed beneath a latch (with a screw)underneath the laptop.
I suggest that you see to your problem as soon as possible, i wont suggest using it, you can fry or burn your processor and memory if its with them (heat) .
and induce a higher cost for repairs,
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
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