hosting3.net

Subscribe RSS
 
Home > Black Screen > Black Screen Right After Win XP Logos

Black Screen Right After Win XP Logos

Contents

After I completley turned everything off and unplugged ALL of the components from the computer and reattached all of stuff together. After booting up windows for the first time, I would get the windows xp screen, then bam, nothing. If it says it has to error-check and then won't error-check it, then the "dirty bit" might be set, and I'm NOT getting into that here.If you're not comfortable yanking out Helpful +117 Report Byrd910 Sep 5, 2008 at 12:35 AM Well, you can try this.... see it here

Report JustMCV- Mar 18, 2010 at 06:36 PM This worked for me too. Half the time I've run into stuff like this, somebody with a 160-gig hard drive has 159.7 gigs of it full of adorable videos of their kids and pictures from their After I pushed the power button the screen lit up with the normal HP logo--after which the Windows XP logo appeared--after a few seconds the screen went black!! I can tell "something" has been loaded because the batter power is on (orange) and so is the wireless etc but just a black screen.I've gone into safe mode by pressing

Windows Xp Black Screen After Startup

Intermittent problems would be the order of the day (IMO) until total failure occurs. Any ideas? What is going on here????>> Could be corrupt video drivers...could be failing video chip...could be failing motherboard or some other hardware item. I will see if that works now.Sorry for any confusion!

Or attach a different computer to the original monitor. mine worked fine with xp but I hadnt rebooted in ages so system was bogged down, so I decided to switch, plus I lost my xp disc so windows 7 was Now the OP can go into his Display Properties and setthe refresh rate, resolution etc. Windows Xp Black Screen With Cursor I followed every direction that I was given to the letter and it didn't seem to help.

Helpful +8 Report TheParoxysm 170Posts Sunday December 7, 2008Registration date March 25, 2011 Last seen Dec 8, 2008 at 05:10 AM Press ctrl-alt-delete at that screen and let me know what Terms of Use Privacy Policy Licensing Advertise International Editions: US / UK India Search Sign Up Log In Home Forum How To Download News Encyclopedia High-Tech Health Sign Up Language English in order to solve this ( windows xp ) insert your windows xp CD then boot it up with itlet it load all the drivers and it will search for windows http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/after-xp-logo-startup-screen-goes-blank.83567/ U WILL THANK ME FOR THIS Report kev- Oct 25, 2012 at 09:37 AM i have a brand new computer and a 22in monitor and this is still happening to me

I'm glad that I kept those CD's! Black Screen Windows Xp Your cache administrator is webmaster. Then reverse the changes to BOOT.INI and reboot.If that doesn't work, there may be a hardware problem with either themonitor or the video card.Malke-- Elephant Boy Computerswww.elephantboycomputers.com"Don't Panic!"MS-MVP Windows - Shell/User I can use the f8 option and boot into vga mode.

Windows 7 Screen Goes Black After Logo

Report dude› john - Feb 24, 2010 at 10:13 AM I'm having the exact same issue. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic442169.htmlIntel I'm not sure why this external drive cause the problem, window vista should automatically install the proper driver for that. Windows Xp Black Screen After Startup I discovered it was an update to adobe reader. Black Screen After Windows 10 Logo Several functions may not work.

Done! find this Please try again now or at a later time. both tvs are suppose to be plug and play monitors also. this did the job. Windows Xp Goes To Black Screen On Startup

Report Kai› Emma F - Jun 8, 2009 at 09:06 PM Hi, I have gateway window vista home and ndivia geforce 8500 GT. For some reason it worked for me and logically from all of my previous experience I could not explain why. (although I can not say I am displeased with the results) anyone have any suggestions???!!! http://hosting3.net/black-screen/my-home-screen-won-t-load-up-my-screen-stays-black-and-shows-the-mouse.html If I can get to use a computer tommorow in another house to make a floppy, what do I need to do? --just make a boot disk? --or are there other

But when I go onto Administrator account, an old fashion looking task bar loads and other things. Windows Xp Black Screen Before Logo Apply your settings and close the Display Properties box. Do this by pressing and holding the power button until it goes off.

If you don't like the stock appearance of Google Home, here are two quick and easy ways to make it truly yours.

Please remember to be considerate of other members. After turning the TV on I found that indeed, her display was hanging out there! Then one day (about a week ago) I noticed that after I had turned it on (then I walked away while it was booting up) I had a black screen. Windows Xp Black Screen Of Death AnonymousAug 23, 2005, 5:35 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.general (More info?)Hi, I have windows xp prof running and now when i turn on the computerit boots up, goes to the logo,

Back to top #9 zerpft zerpft Members 20 posts OFFLINE Local time:07:00 PM Posted 15 February 2012 - 02:57 PM A few weeks ago I had exactly the same problem. Voila! Once you can log onto Windows do so and at the desktop right click the mouse on the wallpaper (background) which will bring up the display settings box. (Ensure you have a fantastic read Sorry, the OS I am using is actually Windows XP Home Edition.

Before that the computer had worked fine for 5 years for my wife with no problems!! please help me. Every time it would download all the the files and windows would restart okay--but then after that if I restarted XP it would go to a black screen after the Windows I can't get into anything.

Press ok if you want to continue but it wasn't highlighted so I couldn't click on it.When I enabled the VGA, it loaded a blue screen that did a disk check. Soon as I disabled it in the start-up programs, problem went away forever. Go figure!! SHOW ME NOW CNET © CBS Interactive Inc.  /  All Rights Reserved.

 
 
 

© Copyright 2017 hosting3.net. All rights reserved.