vista says that there are no problems.boot from disc, run system restore. Friday, September 19, 2008 6:22 PM 0 Sign in to vote This morning when I boot the notebook in safe mode, I received the crash warning again. If SR is not enabled, you will need to perform the following. This procedure enables you to edit the registry from within the Vista Recovery Environment. He kept telling everyone that it was a hardware issue, and I told him that we all couldn't have bought bad computers and laptops. weblink
Reply Brent Trahan says: November 12, 2009 at 11:45 am Press F8 on your keyboard repeatedly until you see a black screen with white writing that gives you a list of Should i try this? There are 2 ways to go back to the previous drivers:1. For instructions on how to use Microsoft System Restore, refer to one of the following HP support documents that applies to your computer and version of Windows: Using Microsoft System Restore https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/vista-won-t-boot-black-screen-after-bad-windows-update-262632/
it's just plain evil.M Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Maybe a fix ?!???!?!?? Thursday, April 16, 2009 1:20 PM 0 Sign in to vote Thanks ubman 1 for you post on December 23, 2008. Much luck with your problem. 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.
Seems to be a common enough Vista stuff-up from the look of these comments, sure there has to be a solution. Thursday, June 05, 2008 4:29 AM 0 Sign in to vote My problem turned out to be something different. I had installed the beta version of Live Mesh. It installed a Most likely, the later made laptops are configured better for Vista as I'm sure that Microsoft knows about this problem and has altered their configuration information to the manufacturers accordingly.It won't Vista Black Screen With Cursor Fix Command Prompt Don't know how the pc will work without updates Monday, April 21, 2008 10:31 PM 0 Sign in to vote Same problem here....getting a black screen with a cursor. Safe mode
This includes Ctrl+Alt+Del, Various Function Combinations such as display switches, Sleep/Unsleep, Wireless On/off, Sound Up/Down/Mute/Unmute, ect.> I inserted my Vista Home Premium disc into the the machine and attempted to boot Screenshot: http://i196.photobucket.com/albums/aa86/rvmv/RE2.jpg Click Repair your computer. (Lower left of the screen) Screenshot: http://i196.photobucket.com/albums/aa86/rvmv/RE3.jpg Select the operating system you want to repair, and then click Next. Had to disconnect power then hard drive, the reconnect just to get the pc to boot. here Note that these were NOT updates from Dell.
Reply Jorj says: April 17, 2009 at 9:34 am I've got the same problem - Hangs before login screen at a blank screen with the cursor. How To Fix Windows Vista Black Screen On Startup You have a great year! Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. However when XP does it there's no cursor, either. 3 years ago Reply William There are a lot of people angry that the post above did not fix their issue which
And some laptop service centers aren't even specially licensed to do that, so you have to buy your own XP disks to have XP installed. see here We have tried a few of the suggestions on here, but we do not have the option to boot using the last know configuration….it does not appear on the list of Window Vista Black Screen With Cursor I am going to wipe the computer and launch Ubuntu live disc to see if touchpad starts working to rule out hardware failure. Windows Vista Black Screen After Login Reply pk says: February 18, 2009 at 3:51 pm hi everyone, help!
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 have a peek at these guys My inclination at this point is to backup the critical contents of the drive and do the factory restore, but if there's other things I can try first, please let me Reply Tarek says: August 23, 2011 at 10:46 am I've got the same problem after the acer splash screen a black screen pops up with ‘_', and it's pissing me off What should I try next? Windows Vista Boots To Black Screen No Cursor
We do not use smart cards so there is no issue for us, so I didn't look any farther into what was actually making the Smart Card service crash the logon and boots to a black screen and pointer. I also found some updated drivers which helpfully cause a blue screen of death on booting up - a swift rollback of Safe mode should still work. check over here Reply david says: April 14, 2009 at 10:37 pm tried that and it didn't work still have a black screen with a white pointer.
I then pulled up the command prompt type cmd in the search field in the start tab. For extra memory, which this model seems to need, I am using a 32 GB USB flash drive...where I had backed up all my previous files from my last laptop which Restart the computer.Using msconfig I narrowed down the cause of the black screen to the Event Log Service. Windows Vista Not Booting Black Screen i tried everything, restoring to a different time back, letting windows fix the problem, restarting the computer many times...
He says that there is indeed a compatability issue between the hardwares/hard drives and the Vista OS. Reply Rich says: June 26, 2010 at 8:13 pm This worked for me on a slow, Gateway netbook with Vista Basic. And it makes me want to just slap the living hell out of Bill Gates!Before I get berated about this being a different issue, I have already posted another specific thread this content This is a nice way to do it but I've tried everything..
Then I manually updated a few drivers, including sound and video, and I was finally able to do MS updates successfully! Moving the mouse does not move the pointer on a computer with Windows 7, Vista, or XP Perform the following steps, in order, until a solution is found: note: This document SHOW ME NOW CNET © CBS Interactive Inc. / All Rights Reserved. Ronnie Vernon Microsoft MVP Windows Desktop Experience Thursday, May 08, 2008 7:08 PM Moderator 0 Sign in to vote Well, tried the repair again and it found a corrupt system file,
So when Windows loads its outputting, the video signal gets to a bogus monitor.If you have a local account with auto-logon on, you can run CMD by pressing Windows key + Good Luck! Reply Bob Saget says: January 2, 2010 at 9:46 pm Ok, I log on and all there is..a black screen and cursor. I have a tech at my house AGAIN replacing parts as I type this.
Changing RAM doesn't work either. I use the touchpad, by the way. The mouse roller is enclosed by a ball-cover ring. Even moreso certain models.
You are like an idol to me now. And then my nightmare began!!! Is my computer just fried? And the worse the freeze-up and black screen, the more errors there were.