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Proposed as answer by AngryDude1 Sunday, June 26, 2011 2:50 AM Thursday, February 25, 2010 5:28 AM 0 Sign in to vote I've been seeing three similar issues. solved HELP! I am an expert at this one, as I build so my computers. I'm thinking it's a corrupt OS. navigate here

Damian says January 26, 2014 at 5:48 am Hey Mitz My computer crashed when playing a game, so I turned it off and when I turned it back on all I After it fixed the registry, and i still continued on with my normal computer usage, i never had to turn it off until late at night before going to bed (unrelated). Of I leave my computerworld go to sleep, when I try to use it again, the Internet has disconnected. If you don't have onboard graphics, you'll need to get hold of another graphics card. http://forums.digitalspy.co.uk/showthread.php?t=1501469

Black Screen With Dollar Signs

this is the closest ive found to a cause of this 'black screen of death' Liam10100 View all 32 comments Report nancy2u 3Posts Tuesday July 7, 2009Registration date July 9, 2009 I got it straight after playing Robokill through miniclip. I got all frantic when I saw my laptop not work, but thanks to you it is! Without changing or updating drivers Manuel Torres I still can't figure it out,PC boots up, black screen with movable mouse cursor…… Mark Huff I have two Alienware X51's(and they have no

Stay logged in Search titles only Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma. the laptops display was dead so that i had to connect the hard drive with a desktop.what i did was conveted the hard drive to mbr format using a windows 7 Ctrl-alt-delete does not work. Malwarebytes That's the one that worked for me.

Sorry so long, but hopefully this will help you or someone else :) The IT Fox ;) Report nicky- Apr 6, 2010 at 11:32 PM thank you.... Windows 7 Symbols Instead Of Text Run System Restore: If your computer was recently working fine but it's now unstable, you can use System Restore to restore its system state to the earlier, known-good configuration. It loads all the way through the windows (vista) startup, but as soon as it is about to loa my desktop the screen goes black with just a cursor that is Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More...

Resume after sleep sometimes requires a reset because the display remains black even though I can hear the hard drive runningJim__A's reply got me thinking. Lets face it.. The comment section is to share your problem with others and maybe they can help you solve yours. 🙂 Filed Under: computer problems Tagged With: Black screen, Black screen in Windows, Nano I have an HP 19-All-In-One.

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The next reason the computer will not boot up is RAM…or memory: This can be the cause when your computer has a black screen in Windows. http://ccm.net/forum/affich-33850-black-screen-upon-startup-wont-run Originally posted by: Old Hippie After that, it was all downhill. Black Screen With Dollar Signs Mitz says June 20, 2011 at 6:59 am The blue screen means there was a problem…however now black.. How To Boot In Safe Mode I tried start -> right click computer -> manage-> left click disc management-> right click C: .....and format is grayed out :\ This is driving me nuts...can someone please help?

To solve it I did the following: 1. Report Nik- Sep 1, 2009 at 11:00 AM Hi, I happened to check one of your posts as my HP Tx 2009 would just not start. Thank you. Wednesday, November 18, 2009 11:55 PM 3 Sign in to vote Hi Perfect710,   I noticed that you tried to access Safe Mode. Windows 10 Safe Mode

Most fixes for this will leave you wiping all your data, as once you get the black screen you most likely won't be able to get back in to back up. Thanks, Austin Mitz says April 24, 2011 at 4:53 am Try pressing CTRL ALT DEL on the keyboard to get to task manager… Then start a new process type in explorer.exe I took my hardrive and I scanned for virus with AVG Internet Security 9.0, there was only one file infected, the virus name was delf.MFT or something like that. Here is how I did it. 1) Reboot and press F8 2) Select "Repair my computer" 3) Select the keyboard layout and lanugage 4) When you reach system recovery tools, select

Wednesday, December 09, 2009 4:57 AM 0 Sign in to vote i haveing same issuee in all mode of windows 7 ultimate version, i try to run explore manualy but it FOLLOW US Twitter Facebook Google+ RSS Feed Disclaimer: Most of the pages on the internet include affiliate links, including some on this site. says March 28, 2011 at 3:24 am Ok fellas here is the deal… i work nights as a doorman ..

Try what I did.

I really need this computer for school. If you see two blue monitor plugs at the back of the computer or even a blue plug and a HDMI port then try using a different plug. I only implemented this suggestion about 30 minutes ago, but I've restarted my machine multiple times so I'm pretty sure this is a solid fix action. Had the usual symptoms - Windows 7, could log in, then black screen with only the mouse pointer.

What I've done is to set up BAT files to map all of my network drives via NET USE statements (see MS Help for Syntax) and to delete all mappings... KatmanduGuy says March 31, 2011 at 10:42 am Thanks a lot! It sounds like yours did because it had lines. Restart.

No deferent.) 3- When you came up with the Install screen and look down to the left bottom you should see the repair option. 4- Now go head and hit on Same exact problem with the regcure thing.. Before i'd go to radioshack every thing was ok, and i did not do any change in the laptop but disconecte de power cable, pcmcia wireless card, removing keyboard, changing the In my case, the first entry in the fonts list in the registry was corrupted.

Run virus scans as necessary if infected. (Disconnecting from the internet will help further infection until the computer is in stable condition.). I'm willing to reformat at this point if I can find out how to do it. If you have the push pin type make sure they are all locked down. Please help.

Will it work with Windows XP Pro? It worked fine few days, and suddenly start doing this joke on me. Tell me what you suspect are failure with warnings and errors. The old things happend after that, only the black screen showed up and an window pop up which shows "my computer" the mouse can be moved regularly.

I'm about to get brave & take it apart to check the ribbon to the power button ….and to reflow my graphics card. Mitz says July 11, 2011 at 11:58 pm There are a few fixes for this…Your hard drive is not plugged in correctly…Usually a sata connection…Also you might need to connect to I just opened some covers on the back of my laptop, and made sure all parts were tightly fastened, and then my computer were back to normal again from being black I used the same method to get it going and have been ok since...

Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and I would like to know how to fix this so I don't have this problem again in the future. Set it only stop CPU activity (leaving video card powered up) to hopefully avoid problem in future.