This guide assumes Windows Vista was working fine previously. Reply tmh says: March 9, 2012 at 7:43 pm I have a similar problem but it happened like this: i was using my laptop; its a dell and it relitivly new, Chris Reply madels says: January 14, 2011 at 7:11 pm I tried this suggestion but the problem still the same. I'm not sure if I should try this or not.. http://linux4newbie.com/blue-screen/blue-screen-errors-when-streaming-online-video-in-vista-home-premium.html
It just reboots then hangs, then restart by itself, then hangs, then reboots. Pleas let us know. After the windows loading bar the screen goes black, it flashes 1 or 2 times then stays black. I have had to turn off at the power button and switch on again to resolve this. http://www.dell.com/support/article/us/en/4/SLN129734
Reply Elmo says: March 4, 2010 at 6:08 pm I Also Have The Same Problem I Originally Had A blue screen that said "Umountable Boot Volume" an After Trying Every Possible System has halted." I shut it down for a while. Thank you so much! It Worked great for a few seconds..
C://users/Shadow/Appdata/local/ssrhsc/tkpssysguard.exe has anyone ever heard of this? After that it goes to a black screen with the white cursor in the upper left hand corner. I usually tap it repeatedly, But I've tried just holding it down as well for really long periods of time- nothing seems to make a difference. The cursor could move around, but nothing else (i.e.
And it's a Dell Dimension E520 desktop. I put in my gateway recovery disk, & Tried the (advanced) answer. It will show the mouse but that's all. I removed my batteries, pressed the power button for 60 secs, then insert battery and it has consistently start up ok now.
Thanks in advance. I have NVIDIA graphics card on my mach and i have heard that they can also casue problems hardware and software drivers…so far my system is working great..my friends not so This is a nice way to do it but I've tried everything.. I was facing same issue for 7 days, when I saw this solution, I thought how it can work, but I tried and its working fine now.
Onboard. http://www.vistax64.com/crashes-debugging/220081-blue-screen-twice-any-ideas-why.html I tried everything mentioned on this thread and still no luck. My friends agree with you 100% They are heavy gamers and have a loveéhate relationship wioth NVIDIA graphics cards. Two people I know who are IT technicians had a look (the case was not opened so the warranty is fine), and said it's posting on boot up, the memory test
if you end up in with limited usuage (where you can only use internet then you might be o.k) solution = internet explorer, file (alt F), open file,(then if you're smart check over here Got my Desktop and everything back but Then I got a flash of a Blue screen and now the whole screen is black. Reply Roz says: April 25, 2011 at 1:59 pm This didn't work for me. =( In fact, nothing here has worked for me. I tried startup repair but it didn't work.
I figured out before I read all the posts that my task manager works and if I End Tasked exploer.exe that was running during the boot and then run a new I'm gonna have to buy a caddie and see what's up in another computer. I was about to do a COMPLETE system restore to factory condtions and reload all of my programs ewtc….saved me hrs of frustration. his comment is here Reply Lamb says: December 28, 2009 at 3:41 pm I've tried f8 but no cigar.
Two days ago It was kind of hanging up a I wa sable to press f8 to get to safe mode with networking option and access the internet and check my solution and response from Norton iot was a corrupt download! Turn your computer on and immediately start pressing F8 on your keyboard repeatedly until you see a black screen with white writing that gives you a list of boot options.
but my wallpaper doesnt show up and neither does the shortcuts. before or after the vista logo and start up sound? I got a Acer Aspire X3200 with Vista 32 bit. Happened again.
I was ready to give up and I read this…and my computer is working fine now! But now with Vista… argg…. 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. http://linux4newbie.com/blue-screen/blue-screen-after-vista-load-bar.html Since Windows Vista reverts to a previous version of the registry, you might lose data that was worked with since your last successful boot.
Symptoms: Visa Home on emachines laptop - boots okay then goes to black screen with cursor and disk activity but nothing else I had tried everything else F8 / Bios / Thank you!!!! Have a good one! Now still I have this blank window after login prompt and unfortunately alt+ctrl+del brings up a window with several options like change password etc…but no Startup Task Manager.
I need as much info as possible if this dosn't work. The best thing to do is to change your NVIDIA card for a newer one or one of a different brand. Several times. I've got other problems too but this is my main one right now.
Reply Dr Winner says: April 2, 2010 at 9:07 pm THANK YOU….. My problems started with Nortons 2010 updating itself. The desktop is 2 years old.