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Friday, February 08, 2008 3:28 PM 1 Sign in to vote Hi,I have the same problem when trying to boot into Vista Ultimate but with a difference. thanx a lot! At some point I got my wireless working, but the sound was off (when I put the mouse over the sound icon on the tray, it sad "the audio service is I'm sure the fixed PC would have to update it's MS license somehow.   (BTW - perhaps someone should publish this thread in related blogs - maybe Microsoft would be more responsive). http://hosting3.net/black-screen/blank-screen-on-vista-startup.html

http://www.blogger.com/profile/02561146722461747647 James F. Fortunately, it showed that if you first enabled the sidebar, and then (in the same session) disabled the WIA service, then on start up there is no black screen, and you Screenshot: http://i196.photobucket.com/albums/aa86/rvmv/RE6.jpg   If these 2 options do not solve the problem, you can also access the Command Prompt from this menu. I am running Windows Vista 64 Home Premium on my Dell Inspiron 1545 laptop. http://ccm.net/forum/affich-702603-gateway-computer-laptop-black-screen-vista-windows

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I hope the information I provided will be helpful in resolving this matter as quickly as possible. I found this third party software and did an uninstall… when I rebooted I would left with a black screen and except I have the arrow. It lights up for a second only to display a no signal solved Laptop has Black screen upon turning on, with mouse Cursor only solved my screen is black only thing sometimes icons briefly display i can see all icons on home screen but homescreen remains black regardless of the sceen i choose in sett Ichanged my xp theme and now almost

Ctrl+Alt+Esc doesn't do anything. I simply updated mine. http://www.blogger.com/profile/01600432987303166180 dsumin Hi!For those folks who failed to fix the issue with the solutions above (nothing worked for me).I actually spent over 7 hours troubleshooting the dreaded black screen after log "windows 7" Black Screen Solution if it was an update, maybe it was like the thing in china.

I'm so frustrated and want to follow the advice on some of these threads, but they don't seem "follow-able". Thanks to Scott Dunn, whose article "Fast Windows Fixes" in the latest issue of PC World recommended this program.Once you've downloaded and installed the program, right click on it and run The screen resolution is okay. have a peek at this web-site I wonder if this had anything to do with that lol.

I´ve decided to reboot, but I got stuck in the Logging Off screen. Gateway Desktop Black Screen But it will never be truly universally compatible-MS owns all the patents for the MS technology required to run a lot of Windows apps. As it turns out, I couldn't use my rich text in my Yahoo accounts with Google Chrome...that's why I then switched to FireFox. i then went back and turned my uac back on. (i turned it off because of another suggested solution) after restarting my computer i found after login the black screen was

  1. Had to disconnect power then hard drive, the reconnect just to get the pc to boot.
  2. Anonymous the fix is from DSUMINHi!For those folks who failed to fix the issue with the solutions above (nothing worked for me).I actually spent over 7 hours troubleshooting the dreaded black
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  4. My friend and I both have laptops that are running Vista.
  5. I can note boot into Safe Mode and I can not use Ctrl+Alt-Del while in the black screen.
  6. answer yes to the system restart.
  7. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - black screen on start by froggy1936 / December 20, 2009 1:06 PM PST In reply to: Black screen issue using Vista and IE
  8. It kept running.
  9. I am not convinced I presume that the connection of the LCD to the mother board is the culprit it went loose that is how they quickly fixed it.

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Same problem.Tried the RpcSs solution.

You can also try logging into safe mode by pressing the f8 key durring startup. Vista Black Screen Solution Headcult you are my hero, I was expecting a fresh install, but thanks to you I didn't have to! Gateway Black Screen On Startup So the problems I'm having are the initial ones that everyone experienced with this OS.

The article also offers a Download DisableSecureDesktop Registry Hack. internet I looked everywhere and found nothing. I've had two Dell 1501 exhibit the same behavior. So I did a System Recovery to see if that would take it away. How To Fix Windows Vista Black Screen On Startup

Anonymous Headcult's solution about the "explorer.exe" in the Winlogon registry worked perfectly for me. I would try updating the motherboard drivers, if you're able to start in safe mode. Until I saw Richard post, and I found the file userinit.exe was not there in the C:Windows. http://hosting3.net/black-screen/vista-startup-blank-screen.html At this point I preformed every troubleshooting procedure I could think of:> I plugged the machine into an external monitor to see if my screen was bad.

Im greatful for all help.. Windows Vista Black Screen After Login 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. Anonymous Thank a lot Headcut!

Anonymous I got the black screen after log in yesterday, all I could see was the coursor and I could move it.

http://www.blogger.com/profile/07834626316863722490 gowri shankar I get a black screen after the login, I tried safe mode and in that i see the cursor moving but the screen is still black… Is there For those who dont know how to go from start, just Ctrl+Alt+Del ->Start Task Manager ->File menu ->New Task (Run…) and type "explorer" (w/o quotes), then do as I did above.Hope I had had reboot it every time when that happened. Vista Black Screen With Cursor Fix Command Prompt http://www.blogger.com/profile/10284073533968750655 Rick Sumner You can run any Windows program under VMWare, and most under WINE or cxoffice.

I double checked that values for the other "user's" on the system like the SYSTEM account and Admin account and they gave the full path "C:Windowsexplorer.exe". i tried all the suggestions and nothing worked:( then a friend told me to open up "run" and run explorer and the screen materialized out of nothing! But this is not a computer technicians' forum, and so my main recommendation is that you ignore my advice and ask your question someplace more appropriate! their explanation Tuesday, October 28, 2008 11:47 PM 0 Sign in to vote   im experienceing the same problem...

Trying the blog fix now… HP Pavilion Vista prisoner Ok, all was good with lsass.exe as far as the location, but here's the description of it: SamSsThe startup of this service And stays there. Your computer may reboot a couple of times.

 
 
 

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