Question about HP Pavilion zd8000 Notebook
First BACKUP your data. The graphics driver may or may not be causing the issue.
Look in the event viewer for ERRORS. This is an administrative tool in the control panel.
Also, look for warning signs listed in your device manager.
Have you been maintaining the sytem, meaning blowing out dust, etc? When blowing out dust, do not allow the fans to spin up, do not push on them, but block them from turning with a suitable tool.
Answers that you find in the above areas will help you to resolve this. Often the hard drive causes what you describe, While it still functions, you can clone it to a new drive, and that is now being done preventatively on commercial work stations.
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
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