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U have to be careful when using the driver cleaner I read you can do serious damage with the program but it allows you to check what you want to delete It appears the virus has installed its own versions of three startup Vista exe files and will not permit any copies from working Vista units to replace them. Windows XP SP3 installed on IDE drive. Click to expand... http://itreader.net/screen-goes/screen-went-to-black-mid-use.html
If not, your video driver may need to be reinstalled. Let me know how everything goes. I tried starting a new topic and no one has helped me yet. It could be the video card except for the fact that the video card works for external monitors.
Safe mode and low-res do not work. Report Viruses Fear Me- Apr 25, 2010 at 06:52 AM for the love of god, please type your next post in word, do a spell check, then paste it over. Hopefully this will help. I was a bit concern, cause I was look at what Prof WIn 7 does vs Win 7 Home, the only thing It concerns me is Prof says it can work
Before doing that,go to device manager and find out what video card you have installed in case you would have to reinstall them. To open the eventlog; Go to Start > Search. If the screen stays on, you've bypassed the video card in favor of the on-board video Windows uses in Safe Mode. Naturally I thought a driver problem, so I went into safe mode (screen works) and tried different drivers but none of them allowed me to see the normal windows startup.
I found the "programs and features " and when through all that could see and change updates. Thread Tools Search this Thread 11-10-2011, 02:54 AM #1 Direct Current TSF Enthusiast Join Date: Apr 2005 Location: Dothan,Al Posts: 4,979 OS: WIN 98, WIN/xp, Vista Hay guys, I am unable to access permissions in the security tab when I select “properties” for WINLOAD.EXE on the Vista drive. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-update/screen-goes-black-after-log-on-screen-and-works/e91df427-d13e-4769-9e1b-62d5ec6a0f19 Once you can see the screen, you can change to the settings that work for you.
Search the Community Entire ForumThis CategoryThis BoardUsers turn on suggested results Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting This should allow for your video driver to gain control. Dothan , AL, USA 11-25-2011, 10:50 PM #18 Direct Current TSF Enthusiast Join Date: Apr 2005 Location: Dothan,Al Posts: 4,979 OS: WIN 98, WIN/xp, Vista Want to I just had the same problem and i fixed it by booting the system to safe-mode and restoring the system setting to a previous date.I just dont know how to switch
hope this helps. The screen would go black after 1-2 minutes; however the power and HDD lights stayed on. My symptoms were black screen movable cursor after the black loading screen and before the welcome screen. Update; I tryed booting up in normal mode 30 to 40 sec after the scrolling bars it came up saying 80/80 (resistry/machine/components) 40 more seconds it when away and back to
It seems very clear the it has a resister changing or as you said update effecting the system and it has update a few here and there just before this problem. http://itreader.net/screen-goes/screen-goes-crazy-or-black.html Problem: bring up computer get the usual Hp start up screen Then the usual windows running bars across screen then the mouse arror after that nothning but black screen when in In “permissions” on these files only “TrustedInstaller” has full rights while all other Administrator level users have “read/write” only. Leave usb cables unplugged, and power computer back on.
Hope this tip helps. I can't get any help from that one so I'm trying here.. Do you concur??? Check This Out Same thing with any other mode except safe mode.
Thx guys for hints, bringing me here! blackscreen after the loadingscreen with the curser still moving :( , I tried the 5 times shift ,no succes. Reboot > Try normal bootup.
See if the fix I mentioned doesn't do the trick.
Only Safe Mode Works. I couldn't do anything. So it will remove all files on your computer, but it will give you the option to back up everything. The new drive became Primary and the old drive became D: to allow me full access.
It's a laptop. Only Safe Mode Works. Does a Tower Shield providing Total Cover in a 5-foot doorway block Channel Energy from going through? this contact form I have full access to the files on the D: drive to check all files and did a comparison between the D: drive and my “twin” home system, assembled and loaded
It may be this, that is causing the issue. Tried uninstalling/reinstalling the drivers with the same result. pls help me!!! It's only a couple years old it's a Toshiba satellite m305d-s4830.
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