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It had happened to me before, so I didn't think much of it. The computer restarts. Tried the safe mode option but it didn't work, pulled out my USB, printer and mouse and what do you know.. Have a good one!

Got back into my Windows 7 operating system. i cant thank you enough. After searching through the Internet for days and trying others ideas, nothing had worked, I could not even get it to go into safe mode. I got a Acer Aspire X3200 with Vista 32 bit.

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I'm not sure if I should try this or not.. The battery removal working like a charm for me. If you press ctrl, alt and delete the light will stop blinking and they will stay on and the fan will stay on but you will still have a black screen.Can

And before it would beap but since I did not know the meaning of it , I would just restart my CPU. Any Suggestions. I tried my old ATI VC and my old monitor, but still have the black screen. Black Screen White Underscore Upper Left Corner My fault ….. =] Maybe it is just a misterious problem with my onboard USB, a pin, resistor etc… wow…..

Installation & Setup Blinking dash in corner of screen computer wont boot.I have a dell pc with windows 7. Blinking Dash On Startup If I hit the F12 button it starts up fine. Thanks Reply tomo says: December 14, 2009 at 1:27 pm i have a fujitsu siemens amilo laptop. I've never overclocked my pc.

Filed Under: computer problems, computer repair Tagged With: acer black screen with blinking cursor, black screen blinking cursor xp, black screen with a flashing cursor, black screen with blinking cursor, black Black Screen With Solid Underscore If you could get into safe mode you could completely update drivers for the onboard video. everything worked it was weird. Bora says December 29, 2012 at 12:57 pm Hi.

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in the right spot for onboard video? official site I upgraded with a full install of vista. Black Screen White Dash Top Left I've done a system recovery now (with HP), but on Saturday 23rd January the problem occurred yet again, but it occurred on the restart when the update "Cumulative Security Update for Black Screen/white Dash Sign Upper Left Hand Corner I couldn't access safe mode with f8.

My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom Built PC OS Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit SP1 CPU Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2500K Motherboard Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd. see this Eventually I just removed my hard drive using a Hard Disk Enclosure Case (costs less than $10) and saved everything from it on another computer. Second, I tried running my Windows 7 CD to go into the recovery system and tried a bunch of things. and then i was on the net and it shut down on me and when i started it back up it was a black screen with a blinking cursor…what the heck? Black Screen White Dash On Boot Up

I also hooked the laptop to an external monitor just to “x” out this problem and the same issue with the blinking cursor. What should I try next? Any help? Get More Information The recovery disc was to change all window settings to default.

still messed up screen. Computer Blinking Underscore I have no clue what to do at this point and I seriously don't want to reformat. User Name Remember Me?

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Strange color pixels on boot solved PC Booting to black screen with coloured lines Help! Reply josh says: July 17, 2013 at 7:47 pm MY Toshiba is stuck on the MICROSOFT CORP LOADING SCREEN AND WILL NOT MOVE… I have tried holding 0, f2, f12. For that, go to HP site, find your PC manual and read it. Blinking Underscore On Boot Windows 7 Leave the power cord connected.

Tried to hit f12 to and the screen comes up but after you select load from optical and there it went again with the blinking cursor. When I try anyway and push enter it says to stop and halt and power down the computer. Reply Brent Trahan says: February 15, 2010 at 8:30 am The memory is going bad. you can try this out A friend of mine had a similar issue some time ago (here is his thread) and apparently that fixed it for him.

This is my work computer. Choose the Repair your computer option on the install now section. 4. I think is a mobo malfunction, but what can I do? But I have no clue.

and this.. I downloaded the newer version if IE via Safari and seem to be downloading fine until I had to reboot my computer. Make sure your computer is powered down. Can you try another keyboard?

If a Windows Error Recovery screen displays when the system restarts, select Start Windows Normally, and press Enter. i cant even get it to boot from the cd Mitz says November 5, 2011 at 12:58 am What about this which can diagnose hardware problems. I just wanted to say the same exact thing happened to my dell Inspiron laptop not too long ago. It doesnt make it to the welcomr nor the log in screen.

It wouldn't boot from a USB or CD, but it did boot from another hard drive, so I finally managed to shut it down properly. Several times. Can the video card be repaired in some way?


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