So after days of figuring it out following some forums and thread I decided to bring it to Toshiba tech support i brought it personally after I have call them up Then it gives options to either reformat the drive or run repair (wording is something along those lines). Then I'm forced to manually power it off and start the restart in Safe Mode, restart in normal mode, etc. Hope this helps Reply RED says: October 23, 2009 at 11:33 am I have a problem with my laptop, everytime i play game like warcraft i got black skrin. Source
The PC worked normally once restored to pre-Vista SP1. I then tried to let it install Vista SP1 when it asked to and once it again it fails with a blank So I was using it watch video online, then it give me this black screen, the power was on. Glad you got it sorted out and thanks for the update. i tried everything, restoring to a different time back, letting windows fix the problem, restarting the computer many times... https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/946532
The laptop's owner said she saw it and it mentioned the dreaded Roxio driver. Thursday, December 11, 2008 1:11 PM 0 Sign in to vote Don't click yes or no. Any help is appreciated, thank you.
Unless someone can come up with another solution? No cursor, No bios, no nothing. Here are the steps for accessing System Restore from an installation disc: Insert the Windows 7 install disc Press a key when "Press any key to boot from CD or DVD" Windows Vista Boots To Black Screen No Cursor I have the exact same issue as all of you.
any ideas what's wrong with it? Window Vista Black Screen With Cursor Help plz cuz need my schoolproject. A place to start ... you could try here Every time I start the computer, I keep getting this black screen on my windows vista laptop.
it said to create a restore point but of course since my computer is screwed, it won't let me open the system protection link. So why be upset? ...See how silly that sounds, Bob?Just an observation. Vista Black Screen Solution Thank heavens I turn off the the Aero features to make it usable, but this laptop R500 Portege Toshiba is all about hyped. "windows 7" Black Screen Solution When i arrived to black screen i've the mouse pointer but i can't make nothing (ex.
Next time I booted up, it hung up at the screen with the green bar moving left to right with the words "Microsoft Corporation" on the bottom. http://softwaresecurityengineering.com/black-screen/windows-black-screen.html It looks like windows has a problem detecting the display when it goes to the login screen and then decides to blank it or only show a mouse arrow. The update ID's are:KB890830KB960715KB957388KB955839KB958687KB958624KB958623KB956802KB952069KB961260 After installation, I restarted the laptop and received the same black screen as mentioned in this thread. My laptop is Dell Inspiron 1525. Windows Vista Black Screen After Login
i had it that when i logged into windows 7 the screen went blank and just showed a explorer window at my documents..and i had to cntrl alt del…end process of After trying the Last Known Good Configuration suggested in this article, all of the mentioned problems were solved. Try logging on as administrator. have a peek here View all 13 comments Report shay- Jun 17, 2009 at 03:06 AM thank you soooooo much you are a life saver followed all your directions and IT WORKED!!!!
But I'll have to confess that on a few occasions it did it without my permission...usually in the middle of the night. Reply mmashburn says: January 5, 2010 at 8:13 am Bob, You could probably download the BROWSEU.dll file and manually replace it. Unplug the battery leave it unplugged for a couple minutes. "windows 7" Black Screen Fix the KSoD issue - vista loads to the point where you would normal get the user id prompt..
Reply Nora Szponar says: August 26, 2009 at 7:41 am Hi - thanks so much - you are a life saver - I was almost on the point of reinstalling Vista I checked my video drivers using the automated search feature, and found out that my drivers were up to date. I am not sure what kind of event might have caused this. Check This Out After you get into windows create a back up and then fix the comp with windows repair and it should successfully rewrite the boot commands again.
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Mine was ok. All im getting when i boot is a bios screen and a black screen with a blinking cursor on it. I've been in touch with HP rather a lot about it and they'll only replace the hard drive if it was the issue.