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Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Black Screen on Vista boot by bilbobagg1ns / September 22, 2007 6:19 AM PDT In reply to: Vista Won't Boot (Black Screen) After The chkdsk/r cmd runs on the Ram drive (virtual) created by the RE it has nothing to do with the NTFS file system of your OS. After setting all files to Full controll (everyone) I was able to open the security analysis tool (mmc) and re-apply all windows default permissions. Bakir says: 8 years ago here is a new solution for the Black screen of Death. weblink

I think I might just as well do a reinstallation of VISTA since I got everything that I needed from the laptop. In the System Recovery Options dialog box, choose the drive of your Windows installation and click Next  6. choose repair using recovery console and do this: 1. BEST OF LUCK!!!!!!!!!

beppe1968 Resolved HJT Threads 81 03-15-2012 11:19 AM Bad Image Errors I'm trying to get rid of some bad image errors and rundll errors during start-up on my windows xp computer. Reply M. Check C:\Windows\Logs\CBS\CBS.log Searched for ‘failed' Lots of files! The machine is under warranty, so I will definitely be taking it back to the shop on Tuesday if it still won't work.

Mac time..??? I think I got a solution to the black/blue screen problem. This is very frustrating because my laptop is only about 8 months old.One in a million times I can actually get it to go to windows, but that is EXTREMELY rare. I am the sole user and administrator on this laptop, so I should have permission to use everything.

to click my mouse and then the welcome screen opens up. I wasn't charge for anything as they said it was just simple. But since I am on my laptop 24/7 practically, and my business is internet based, it was going to cost me way too much to get a rush job done. navigate to this website In any case after doing a clean re-install of the latest nvidia drivers, plugging in my 19" and changing this setting, I was then able to plug back in my 24".

At first blush I am thinking that there may be something getting stuck in some type of Random Access Memory and by removing the power and letting it sit clears whatever Reply Matt says: 7 years ago I had a similar problem but I had a black screen with NO CURSOR. Helpful +2 Report kurushii Aug 24, 2008 at 09:43 PM heyo. To my amazement, I have been constantly online for almost 12 hours with NO PROBLEMS.

I can't even see the boot menu let alone choosing last known configuration. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f217/windows-vista-black-screen-with-white-cursor-arrow-1030457.html THAT never happened with any other Windows product, just Vista.What I realized is that, I too, have been experiencing a black screen problem, only not as severe as others here. meanwhile I ran DDS abnd will add the the logs. Go trough rest of the 4 HKEY_ folders Editing permissions and giving Full Control to all accounts except “Everyone”.

A quick fix for me is to open the Taskmanager. http://flvtomp4mac.com/black-screen/black-screen-after-windows-icon-at-boot-no-cusor.php I suspect this is part of our problem. When powered, it displays the Page 1 of 2 1 2 > Thread Tools Search this Thread 08-10-2015, 11:36 AM #1 scitex59 Registered Member Join Date: Mar 2008 Reply Ann says: 7 years ago Hi, I've the same problem too but I don't even have a cursor - just the black screen.

The arrow pointer freely moves about the desktop when directed with the mouse. Yes. I put it in the 2nd port, still black screen. http://flvtomp4mac.com/black-screen/black-screen-after-windows-vista-logo.php Everything was still smooth, POST ran through without a hitch, windows splash screen came up then it went blank, but I could hear through the speaker that normal processes were running

Booting to safe mode is fine. At the same time I had loaded ActiveSync for my Motorola Q 9c Phone. then insert the connector back in the original port and it was fixed :).

but all you get is a black background with a mouse cursor; the cursor does move with mouse movements.

I also kept checking to see if anything had appeared on the screen. How to start Windows in Safe Mode Windows Safe Mode is a way of booting up your Windows operating system in order to run administrative and diagnostic tasks on your installation. But other than that. link to me if you want to say thanks 🙂 http://www.linkedin.com/in/mbakir Reply Caleb says: 7 years ago I tried that.

In each and every instance, there was at least 1 registry error. Conclusion With the knowledge that these tools exist and how to use them, you now have the capability to repair your Windows Vista installation in the event that problems occur. This is my first post to my favorite tech forum. this content I tried the Restore to an earlier time option, but the computer indicated that it had no restore points available.

I will do some autopsy this evening and hope for the best. This allows you to not only restore user data and programs, but also the entire operating system onto new or ... this is the most informative post I could find on this topic.. Periodically, I tried to hold down the power button and end the misery.

Safe mode does the same thing. The computer indicated that chddsk /R would run on restart. Sign in 98 34 Don't like this video? Proffitt Forum moderator / June 4, 2010 10:53 PM PDT In reply to: still it's windows issue - happens only after update I took one of these laptops with a bum

Surely someone out there must have a fix ..