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Boot into Easy Recovery Essentials Choose Automated Repair option and click Continue Choose your Windows installation drive's letter (usually C:\) and click Automated Repair Wait for Easy Recovery Essentials to complete Search on your computer's manufacturer website for the latest drivers available. I would love to take your advice but there is no Vista DVD as the computer came with it pre-loaded. Even though I changed the BIOS setting to use CD-ROM as boot device. https://neosmart.net/wiki/blue-screen-death-bsod-errors-windows-vista/

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Bad internet connection made double post 03-17-2009, 09:31 AM #9 kinbard TSF Enthusiast Join Date: Jun 2006 Location: Texas Posts: 3,479 OS: Experimenter There is a vista Thanks very much. I think that my windows didn't load all necessary file because the number of processes in Task Manager is less than normal. Similar Threads - Vista stuck Startup Need Help!

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I try to press Ctrl Alt Del to go to Task Manager and call explorer.exe -> "My computer" windows appear. Windows Vista Crashing Constantly But last week when trying to update to SP1 I think, again, the reboot only made it to the blue start screen with the cursor. Blue screen indicates a display properties problem OR a windows GUI problem for GUI you need:- command prompt type:- Code: Bcdedit –store c:\boot\BCD –set GUID path \windows\system32\Boot\winload.exe __________________ 03-19-2009, 06:58 Sign in to make your opinion count.

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After the wellcome screen, the desktop is blank with a mouse cursor. How To Fix Blue Screen Of Death Windows Vista In Safe Mode What error code does it give ? Windows Vista Blue Screen Error Codes Last week it started throwing "Windows has encountered a problem and must shut down" errors and would reboot.

I've tried System Recovery and Windows Restore but to no avail. this contact form Method #1: Run the chkdsk utility You can use the chkdsk tool to check (and sometimes repair) your hard drive for data corruption. Search on your computer's manufacturer website for the latest drivers available. Does it boot to a desktop? __________________ Half viking, half pirate, stronger than both XP Repair Malware Removal Vista Repair Downgrade Vista 03-17-2009, 08:04 AM #5 timinator09 Registered Member Blue Screen Of Death Vista Memory Dump

  • I dont want to reinstall my windows. 03-17-2009, 09:10 AM #8 neyugn Registered Member Join Date: Mar 2009 Posts: 4 OS: Vista Home I'm sorry.
  • I did, but i still doesn't work.
  • there are several responses for this problem one involves downloading the system update readiness tool.
  • To boot Windows Vista into Safe Mode, follow these steps: Restart your computer Press F8 repeatedly before the Windows Vista logo appears Choose the Safe Mode option from the boot options
  • Try running the chkdsk utility tool to fix this error.
  • I walked into my room with it restarting cause of the blue screen flashing right before I'm prompted to put in my password.Anyways I've tried the fix with the DVD and
  • But the desktop and the taskbar is missed.
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Acer, Vista, Stuck in eRecovery, No Desktop/BIOS Steffanic, Aug 26, 2016, in forum: Windows Vista Replies: 3 Views: 414 TerryNet Aug 27, 2016 March 2017 Updates For Windows Vista flavallee, Mar Choose your Windows version (XP, Vista, 7 or 8) before you go to download Burn the image. That would really be my first choice. http://upxpress.net/windows-vista/windows-vista-not-booting-up.php I'm left at a blank blue screen with only my mouse pointer.

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Contents1 General fixes2 0x000000ED (UNMOUNTABLE BOOT VOLUME)3 0x0000007B (INACCESSIBLE BOOT DEVICE)4 0x00000024 (NTFS FILE SYSTEM)5 0x0000007E (SYSTEM THREAD EXCEPTION NOT HANDLED)6 0x0000008E (KERNEL MODE EXCEPTION NOT HANDLED)7 0x00000050 (PAGE FAULT IN

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If the blue screen error is from an installed device drivers, then it's possible to have the same error appear again in the fresh installed Windows Vista if you use the Boot to the Windows Recovery Environment and select the Command Prompt 2.