I restarted and the black screen with the lines came up straight away. I reformatted harddrive from startup recovery command prompt option using Vista install CD, reinstalled Vista and still got the black screen with mouse cursor. Navigate to c:\windows\ and launch explorer.exe. I think at some point (I'm already there) I have to realize that I was sold an expensive lemon!
I don't know if my laptop actual state is because of a circuit-break in its components or because i leaved it a long time without the cmos battery(that's when i took CAUSED BY - ignored series of BSODs which preceded Black Screen Hell. Repeat this action and test each memory module in each memory slot. Ever time I "get a chance to work on it" meaning it will power on again …this could b 4 days, could take 2 weeks -- any of the fixes I
your solution really works for me. note: Your computer cannot be used during the tests. Nevertheless i went to BIOS(its an AMI BIOS in an Alienware Area 51m 766 laptop that's a 2004 model!!) and adjusterd the right time and date. you are really a great help.
See what is safe mode. Thank-You! Click Next. Finally got to command prompt: >Chkdsk /r CURRENT STATUS: It has been running the chkdsk for AGES....is currently at 65% complete.
If the program does not display video and locks up, you’ve effectively lost control of your PC. http://support.hp.com/au-en/document/c01443371 In late 2009 several new reports of the Black Screen of Death in Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7 emerged. I cant open task manager either... Remove the computer from any port replicator or docking station.
You must have the Windows Operating System Disc (OSD) provided with your HP computer to repair the Master Boot Record (MBR). have a peek at these guys F10 to get to BIOS SETUP UTILITY SAVE configuration changes and exit now? Mitz says July 7, 2011 at 12:06 am Log into another user account and see if that works…If it does you know that the user account is corrupted.. Mine went like this: I was on facebook when i clicked a friend, and then everything just froze, like not just the internet but the whole computer,could not get the start
Symptom: Error message displays on a blue screen Symptom Possible Cause When you press the power button: LED lights glow, a fan spinning sound is heard, a text message displays on Under this kind of situations, checking hardware is recommended. after i rebooted it was stuck on loading windows vista, then i manualy holded 10 seconds the power buttom so it goes off, after that i clicked the power and nothing check over here Corrupting the Boot Sector A black screen on startup can be so many things!
If the test fails, the hard drive might need to be replaced. I also tried a hard reset, removed the battery and tried straight from a plug. If Windows is not open and the computer has power, press and hold the power button on the computer until the computer shuts off.
A defective AC adapter does not charge the battery and prevents the computer from starting up on battery power only. Restore the default VGA Low-Resolution graphics settings. I guess you are hearing a beep to show the computer wen through POST? Several internet posts link standby problems with ACPI settings.
Have you checked your memory? When I try starting it normally it loads but then will go to a black screen. I added a 500 gb drive and installed it as the primary drive by exchanging the SATA cable from the existing primary drive. this content Ask the community!
Which Windows are you running (maybe windows seven)? 4. In that case, you'll need to disable the option for automatically restarting on system failure. Scan and remove Malware Some viruses are culprits for black screen error. i have a dell xps 430..
So the who transaction was canceled & credited back …and I didn't remember cuz so much was going on. RMarie says July 6, 2011 at 3:01 pm my pc restarts ok however when I turned it off (overnight) since 2 days I only get a black screen little light flashing BLEEPINGCOMPUTER NEEDS YOUR HELP! Pamela says February 17, 2011 at 8:37 pm Hi Lia.
Report Reboot- Jan 27, 2010 11:36AM I have twin systems, one for home, the other for work. If we know the exact cause for black screen, it will be easy to solve the problem, but most people have difficulties in making such a judgment. First thing I would do is go into bios and check your boot options… Turn off everything else and only boot to hard drive…Turn off cd or dvd drive. Read More elsewhere that impacts the video card’s ability to work.
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