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If this does fix it, I recommend creating your own restore point from that point and label it "good from here" or something. I've rebooted and restored (in safe mode) my laptop lots and lots of times when I hit the black screen with the cursor only. When you startup or restart and get to that situation, hit Ctrl+Alt+Del and Task Manager will popup (unless you have one of the magical computers that Ctrl+Shft+Delete works to do the Broken computer guyOct 4, 2012, 8:13 PM Yes, I can run windows in safe mode, but dont really know what to do from there. directory

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 Order your copy at SiegeOfDragonspear.com! Now is it the motherboard or graphics drivers doing it. hold the power button for 10-15 secs [Just to drain the remaining power inside]if it has an embedded battery just remove the charger then hold down the "power reset button"underneath the

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A window will appear, check the box to show more restore points (sometimes you will see a date or update that will catch your eye and maybe remember when it started Oct 27, 2005 #11 Buradori TS Rookie I also have the same problem! To fix that, you'd have to start windows in safe mode (usually F8 during the start process, then selecting "Start Windows in Safe Mode..."), remove the bad driver, reboot into regular I had originally changed this to single display mode due to an identified performance issue in Age of Conan.

The time now is 20:42. I was stumped. Report keefygeorge› caplaw - Sep 18, 2008 at 11:44 AM hey I had the same problem. Computer Turns Black After Startup Screen what you gona do is have an original copy of windows xp cd (eg, those that came with the pc).

choose repair using recovery console and do this: 1. Windows Xp Black Screen After Logo System: XP SP2 Dell Inspiron 2500 Intel 82815 Graphics Controller driver Intel Celeron 896 MHz 256 MB RAM Jan 7, 2006 #21 xearon TS Rookie If it is truely Do you have anything showing on your screen when you start up the machine? check my site My specs: Custom-built desktop PC OS: Windows XP SP1 Processor: AMD AthlonXP 64-bit 3000+ Graphics: ATI RADEON 9600XT 256MB Memory: 1024MB DDR400 RAM Display: Tektronix 19" CRT MonitorClick to expand...

Happy Regards, Ryan Adv Reply June 1st, 2011 #2 alphacrucis2 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Ubuntu Cappuccino Scuro Join Date Aug 2008 Beans 1,835 DistroUbuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin Computer Black Screen Windows 7 Go to your advanced bios settings and locate the options for your pcie slots if your video card supports pcie and see what settings can be changed but note that different If you have the Task Manager showing, it's quite straightforward. choose repair using recovery console and do this: 1.

  • Thank you all so much!
  • I'm going to try to get different drivers and I will update this thread with my results.
  • select the windows drive you want to repair as the problem is usually with corrupt windows files.
  • Just to clarify, you're creating drives by partitioning one HDD?

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the problem is not the pc or vga,vista 64 have proublems ro recognize monitors.i hope this help. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/70817-63-black-screen-turn-computer-mouse-arrow I have a TV connected to my video card via a HDMI dongle. Computer Screen Goes Black After Startup Windows 7 General Support Windows 10 install stuck at black screen without cursor or anythingI tried updating from 8.1 to 10 from the iso and after a few reboots it just hangs at Windows 10 Black Screen After Boot Even when I run on lowest resolution the screen stays black.

Please read the following rules of conduct for the forums, and we hope you enjoy your stay!Curious about our plan for the next update? see this here That starts the process and you can work from there. Coolbreeze626Oct 6, 2014, 2:56 PM Fo46 said: judimarie said: I am afraid I may be doomed. I do not have any other compatibility mode set on the laptop that had the same symptoms, and now it works fine. 0 · Share on Google+ Share on Twitter Share My Computer Turns On But The Screen Is Black

I have an asus and my computer runs on Windows 8. i am starting to think this is a problem with my graphics card, drivers or windows but I dont know enough to get this working without help See more When i Only a white cursor on a black screen. why not find out more Jan 19, 2006 #24 N3051M TS Evangelist Posts: 2,115 MattyDienoff and pique, it sounded very much like a situation i had before, and hopefully your solution might not be as bad

Ask a new question Read More Login Windows 7 Related Resources Windows start up then black screen Windows 7 Hangs after login, stays on welcome screen Windows 8 black screen with Windows Xp Black Screen With Cursor just showed some text then went black and hanged.... As mentioned just remove it via Device manager.

Click ok to close app Fo46Aug 31, 2014, 7:54 PM judimarie said: I am afraid I may be doomed.

Likely some default config in display setup. If all fails you are going to have to clean install your base OS, if you have your activation key just install and activate by phone (it is a free call) A slight improvement, but no fix. - Switching off Write Combining is suggested in farious forum topics, but I couldn't find this option. Laptop Turns On But Screen Is Black I will check all the solutions tonight when I get home to see if any work..

I paid more money for my computer than my car! My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ... Entering a password as if it is on login screen does nothing (it's a clean install so no password should be needed anyway) . navigate to these guys Post edited by ermo on December 20120 · Share on Google+ Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Nathan Member Posts: 990 December 2012 edited December 2012 @ermo with the GL mode

and I can not afford to go have it fix, I am using a friends to do some more searching, on how to reinstall my system. Don't run any of the executables in there, we're going elsewhere.3) Open your device manager. Report Nikki- Dec 26, 2008 at 03:48 PM Did you ever resolve this problem? IT WORKED!

For those of you still having trouble, I found this little piece of info that may be useful. Bless you all! The only thing I see the white cursor along with the normal safe mode text on teh screen. so can't even check my hard disk or log on the safe mode...

Restart and windows should re-detect your monitor, worked for me. I made the recommended changes to the BIOS as suggested on this forum...same.