Question about HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook
You may have an infection.
If you (your work) are backed up, I would try reformatting the drive to start completely fresh.
Incidentally, while trying to get a customer's older HP functioning again and numerous tries to restore from the 8 CDs that came with it, I found defective files on two disks.
I ordered a new set; $80.
It had one bad CD.
After an angry (maybe threatening) phone call to India about the defective set, they shipped a new set; $22 (shipping)
It had TWO disks unreadable.
I finally put together a working set from the 24 CDs to finally get the restore to stick.
BTW, The disk verification was being done on my shop system, not the HP.
I no longer accept HP or Compaq anythings.
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
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