However, according to the information im skeptical of it being some sort of hardware failure but then again I'm not extremely experienced in such things. Nothing has worked, NOTHING!!!!!! Now I am suffering for it. ravi kumar nApr 23, 2014, 7:27 AM Oinkusboinkus said: ...just wanted to add a bit more info. have a peek at this web-site
I first had the problem with a BSOD after updating Windows in early March, 2009. But since I am on my laptop 24/7 practically, and my business is internet based, it was going to cost me way too much to get a rush job done. Also, there's this lloud. Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. his explanation
But the IE 7 freeze-up and the blackscreen issues still continue.Bob had insisted that I needed to remove my USB flash stick, as it was the cause of the problem. Report aidan- Jul 11, 2009 at 07:34 PM well I am having truble try to get on my computer! You the Norton Utility from Symantec to totally remove it. "Morton"
After the update was complete it was 'screaming' out for a reboot, as I was on my desktop at the time I thought I'd let it reboot.Went through the usual tasks, There was an updated, listed as "optional" available. When I tried to wake it, all I got was a black screen. The LED I guess proves that there's power getting to the hard drive, but doesn't prove that it's working correctly.
I'd love to see someone prove this one.Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Black screen after bad grafics card driver update by matrix00676 / October 1, 2009 6:46 The very last thing that happens is, just after I see the black screen and the white text showing the drive specs, it goes to black screen and white cursor in Hoping that all application that is still loaded in the memory will dissipate and then I can reboot again. hi bob, sure u think it can't be windows because it hasn't started yet.but it start trouble after vista update - in many cases, so the chance that all the hardware
Also if that works, you may have a faulty battery. to me, it sounds as though something is wrong with your chkdsk/command prompts. Helpful +2 Report Bloodoi Apr 8, 2010 at 11:08 AM For now I got around this by doing task manager Ctrl + Alt + Delete then clicking new task under applications Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site.
It's taking me twice as long to do my online work as it used to when I had XP SP3 and IE 7.I do recommend that you sever your internet connection see it here I am not angry just yet, because again, I have a backup (HP TouchSmart). Hope it helps somebody out there!!ARCSolo Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Black Screen and No cursor! I restarted the computer and it seemed normal.
Hope this helps. Check This Out Bahh. solved Plugged a secondhand USB peripheral into my laptop, instant shutdown and now will not boot Cleaned my PC and now it starts but goes in loop of trying to repair so what i did is changed all my settings to hibernate.
I have three laptops set up that way and I use mostly 64-bit, but choose to leave it with the OS that it came with from the factory. I believe they were all removed by the moderator...Robert, or Bob. This pisses me off, obviously, since it's something i change according to battery power and other conditions. Source So now, I'm spending my last two minutes before 9:00 AM hoping that the managing partner won't decide to call a few minutes early.
My motherboard and video card have BOTH been replaced TWICE in 1 week. I have one, a pavilion a6057d with vista for a year and I've only use it for a 3 months because you can system restore it by then but now it What do you call a long time?
Chrissy is currently pursuing an MS in Systems Engineering at Regis University and helps maintain RealCajunRecipes.com in her spare time. And if you interrupt, it takes longer the next time (or crashes) Reports: · Posted 9 years ago Top FMZ Posts: 142 This post has been reported. I held down the power button to make the computer completely shut down. Believe it or not, it had actually gone to sleep while it was shutting down!!
Upvote priorities and cmdlets now Authors Chrissy LeMaire Tweet to @cl Brandon Abshire Awards Chrissy has been awarded the Microsoft MVP for her work in the PowerShell community. Except this time I can't boot up.But with the PC getting power, hearing the normal POST beep, and the fact that the PC shut itself down properly and tried to restart Scenario:1. have a peek here Oinkusboinkus said: Unfortunately, I finally lost patience yesterday and took it to a shop.
Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Operating Systems > Windows Vista > Computer problem? Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Vista - Bad Windows Update by terpsguy / February 16, 2009 1:57 PM PST In reply to: Posts removed Greetings all. The PC USUALLY does that on every startup any way, that cursor and blank screen show for a second(it's part of the regular startup), but then immediately the Windows 7 Logo a run program should turn up, into which you type 'Explorer' (without the apostrophes). 7.
It's almost as if the system was prompted by some unkown source, shut itself down, and not is not reading the hard drive. I then have to hold down the power button to force a shutdown, then restart again. The laptop is a HP Pavillion Dv9000 by the way. I have a free AVG on my PC that's always been updated.
my laptop is HP dv9722TX -windows vista tysm :) Helpful +17 Report zel Jan 21, 2010 at 12:24 AM I had a similar problem with a customer's laptop. The 1720 has 2 hard drive bays, and I added the 500 and installed Vista Ultimate 64-bit dual booting to either that or Home Premium 32-bit, which came on the machine. They claim I would need to buy a brand new copy of Windows 7 retail if I was doing a fresh new install on a brand new hard drive. Nothing changed, except the fact that the machine's disc drive spun when I put in the disc.
Txs, WHS, i'll try and will get back with the results. Every so often the drive would make this faint pop/click, and also what I would describe as a "slotted noise", like someone was gently fitting a metal part into a slot. I did upgrade my UniBlue Registry Booster to the 2009 version, which helps. Then I manually updated a few drivers, including sound and video, and I was finally able to do MS updates successfully!
After several pass throughs with several virus scanners I had it all cleaned up, and fortunately because I was able to do the repair install I did not lose any of