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Unfortunately after this, my computer ends up automatically telling me that I'm reinstalling the device even though I don't want it to. Kyle josseph estephan on Tue, 12th May 2009 9:00 am Hi Kyle I have Toshiba P 205 satellite laptop, window vista built in webcam and i am facing problem on The solution I had was to boot from the Vista disk, select a repair, and then open the command prompt. Contrary to other users have experienced. Bonuses

I did that and it worked fine. somehow get to your msconfig window (either by shift keys or use safe mode w/ command prompt)step 2. After an auto update about a month ago, both our laptops will no longer boot up. IT works fine on my office computer. his comment is here

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Take note that I selected Windows XP, if you are running Vista, first select the correct OS. I could take snapshots just not video recording. Kyle on Wed, 11th Mar 2009 10:41 pm @Marie - have you taken a look at Anthony's article? Could it be that simply my laptop does not allow video recording throught its webcam? Proposed as answer by ndntt44 Wednesday, December 23, 2009 11:10 AM Sunday, December 20, 2009 1:58 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote yea i got the same thing

Steps to solve the webcam problems One of the very first step is of course to check your webcam connection. My MSN account was working prior to installing MSN 2009 (I don't know how to go back to an earlier version, it forced me to upgrade). Make sure that the MSN ports are open and forwarded properly in the firewall, and check your network settings in Vista for the wired and wireless interface. Windows Vista Black Screen With Cursor After Login I have a USB wirelles dongle with which I connect to the net.

As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged Windows Vista Black Screen After Login But other than that. When I try to talk to my famliy through my web cam, it shows up on their aim as " not enough bandwidth to establish a connection" could that be that Other picture quality problems with webcams can be addressed by changing the video capture properties for the webcam.

You just have to work your way through the long list to identify the culprit. Windows Vista Boots To Black Screen No Cursor The boot up still looks funny. I'd love to see someone prove this one.Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Black screen after bad grafics card driver update by matrix00676 / October 1, 2009 6:46 I held down the power button to make the computer completely shut down.

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I have been using yahoo messenger to chat with my family and friends and i have no trouble at all . https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/vista-won-t-boot-black-screen-after-bad-windows-update-262632/ Was anyone able to fix this or get in touch with Microsoft about it? Vista Black Screen Solution Please help me ? Window Vista Black Screen With Cursor All the moderator posts were removed.

Plz help Kyle on Mon, 23rd Mar 2009 10:12 pm @Rodio - Have you tried updating MSN to Live Messenger with the link in the previous comment? browse this site So i try it again ,but same thing happen . After I was able to log into Vista again, I opened the minidump file in Windows Debugger. I missed the make and model but laptops tend to be short lived things. "windows 7" Black Screen Solution

She has a laptop with a built in webcam and it used to work fine until she started using the wireless as her internet. Ok so this is what you do. When you restart the laptop, the webcam should be found as "new hardware" and the proper drivers reinstalled. read this article It kept running.

yesterday i brought a Advent 5421. Windows Vista Won't Boot Black Screen Kyle Chris on Tue, 31st Mar 2009 5:52 pm i had to reinstall windows XP Pro in the last few days. The audio works just fine however.

Can you help with that? Kyle on Sun, 15th Mar 2009 4:03 pm @Tiana - Have you checked the device manager to make sure there is no webcam device problem?

In case no driver for the webcam can be found, you can try a third party driver finding program that scans your PC for installed hardware and allows you to install Tuesday, September 22, 2009 4:08 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote The same problem happened to me, black screen with only a cursor after login.... If this fails, the next step would be to uninstall the software that came with your webcam. Windows Vista Not Booting Black Screen I'm trying to fix this issue.

First I go to the uninstall/change programs thing found through the control panel. This page requires Javascript. I tried to change the light settings on the webcam but that just makes the picture worse, and now i don't know what else to try. click here now regards, Elise "Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen." Follow BleepingComputer on: Facebook | Twitter | Google+| lockerdome Malware analyst @

Yahoo seems to detect the camera, as when I invite someone to access it, it says "broadcasting" but there is only a black screen. I uninstalled the display drivers (NVIDIA) and when restarted it was fine and i was able to view the login screen and both the accounts. You can then update the drivers from there. This is my first post to my favorite tech forum.

So please help!!!!!!! Kyle on Tue, 31st Mar 2009 9:31 pm @Chris - MSN 2009 supposedly used UDP ports 5004 through 65535 for webcam calls, so as long as you My friend and I both have laptops that are running Vista. Thanks very much!!! Sandra on Wed, 4th Feb 2009 8:28 pm Sorry to comment again but P.S….I have checked the device manager and it says everything is working properly. The same thing happened.After letting the machine sit a bit, I decided I had better turn it off again.

The Defice Manager states all is well and I'm connected and using the best cam etc. Can this be a vista problem? There is no solving the Vista issue, except to "rig" the computer with silly games of unplug this or that, turn off auto-update, switch off WiFi, and so on.