Subscribe RSS
Home > Black Screen > Xp Home Edition - Blank Screen And Cursor

Xp Home Edition - Blank Screen And Cursor


The third anti-virus was Kaspersky, which scanned clean. All the times I have used it have been at the point where I pretty much accepted that if it didn't work, I would have to do a complete clean install. sanketnike84` View Public Profile Send a private message to sanketnike84` Find all posts by sanketnike84` #10 12-18-2008, 07:33 PM exbabylon Offline Registered User Join Date: Dec 2008 Posts: As stated above before doing this you have to disable the Flash Cache module in BIOS as well. my company

Ask a question and give support. When prompted, choose the "System restore" option 5. And please understand that we are all Microsoft certified and have tried all of your run of the mill fixes for windows. 10 answers Last reply Apr 24, 2009 More about You said you have a Windows repair cd, is this a proper XP installation cd or a Dell recovery cd? 0 #5 quin8484 Posted 28 May 2007 - 02:58 PM quin8484

Windows 7 Black Screen With Mouse Pointer Only

Otherwise, chkdsk. My Acer laptop gets to the login screen wicked quick, but then hangs in the black screen for 501 seconds before explorer.exe loads... Also the "chkdsk" command only goes through 2 stages before stopping. Doing a clean install is not really a fix.

F8 does NOT get you into the BIOS settings... None of these cured the problem. Quote Turgon Senior Member Join Date Apr 2007 Location Great Britain Posts 6,250 Certifications CCIE counter..993 Lab Hours.... 532 Reading. 10-19-200908:09 PM #2 Originally Posted by Dracula28 Hello I have Windows Xp Black Screen With Cursor Fix That sounds like a good idea to put the data in a different partition.

Reread your statement and please rewrite it to make some sort of sense. Black Screen With Cursor Windows 10 Vista Ultimate 32 bit. works great. Jump to content Sign In Create Account Search Advanced Search section: This topic Forums Members Help Files Calendar View New Content The Elder Geek on Windows Forums Members Calendar

I have also copied registry files (service, security, software, sam and default) from windows/repair, in case it was a registry issue. Vista Black Screen With Cursor Fix The person I was working with never did finish fixing the laptop. Is there any way to make System restore work from the recovery console? If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post).

Black Screen With Cursor Windows 10

I used the full copy of Vista Ultimate and tried several versions of repair. I thought Scarlett had cracked it but no. Windows 7 Black Screen With Mouse Pointer Only Bummer... 0 #8 wannabe1 Posted 29 May 2007 - 02:04 PM wannabe1 Tech Staff Technician 16,645 posts duckleader: There are programs that may still be able to recover your long Windows 7 Black Screen With Cursor Fix See if the repair will complete this way. 0 #13 quin8484 Posted 29 May 2007 - 05:19 PM quin8484 Member Topic Starter Member 62 posts Ok I left the CD in

Depending on which burning software you have and how your settings are configured, it may be much easier to double click on the downloaded file and the appropriate burning program should I recall even trying Safe Mode and still having the mouse without a desktop problem. i'm doing a scan with mcafee total security now. So there is probably no fix to the issue why it woudn't boot? Black Screen With Cursor Windows 8

no ease blah bla bla Helpful +39 Report nastaran Apr 17, 2009 at 02:07 PM thank you so much, I did not try this and as I said I restored my IE is awful but windows will screw up without the right one apparently. We use the antispyware software Counter-Spy, and in a recent update services.exe was changed enough that the new counterspy definitions detected it as an unwanted program, asked if they want to imp source Prior to making these changes repair attempts would only get me a black screen with a big cursor on it.

Cheers 0 #3 quin8484 Posted 27 May 2007 - 01:04 PM quin8484 Member Topic Starter Member 62 posts hello. Safe Mode Black Screen Windows 7 Note that malware logs are not to be posted in this forum. Most of my friends have Vista or they have OEM discs, not the ones by microsoft.

That Ubuntu trick is really worth knowing.Mark Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Windows Legacy OS forum 6 total posts Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer

I'm guessing that the hard drive is dead and I need to put a new drive in and do a complete reinstall. No recovery console with XP home edition as such. If not there is a free one if you google search for download free easy cd burner. Laptop Black Screen With Cursor Windows 8 Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Use Windows Live Register now!

please help, I do not want to use the restore cd that came with the machine if I do not have to. Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) Register to remove ads #2 hamluis hamluis Moderator Moderator 51,704 posts ONLINE Gender:Male Location:Killeen, TX Local time:04:50 PM Posted 09 Thanks. Related Resources solved Windows 10 Redstone update black screen with cursor after login Windows 10 black screen with blinking cursor after BIOS update solved Black screen after updates following Windows 10

Helpful +16 Report Graff Jan 26, 2010 at 01:26 PM If you are stuck at the screen with the black blinking cursor, you may have a video issue. If you get into the computer, go to teh device manager, and uninstall all video drivers. When u boot of the disc, i think u press "R" on the options, u will see it though. In XP, it's f8 on startup.

After exiting from the manual restore, enter recovery console AGAIN and rename lsass.bak BACK To lsass.exe or windows won't work. So what I did was I got a Ultimate Boot CD and loaded from it. All options just stay at that black screen. This computer is just for surfing the net anyways.

I have come here before and this is the first time anyone has given me advice to just reinstall the operating system.FYI---I ran combofix because I have used it before with I don't care about losing files. I seemed to happen after doing Windows updates. Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post.

If you don't have the Ultimate Boot CD get one, it's a life saver. To check which one you have do you get a blue screen with choices, one of which is 'press R to enter Recovery Console', before you see the C with a hope this helps.


© Copyright 2017 All rights reserved.