http://www.blogger.com/profile/07257523693075777139 Vichus Smith I found this webpage because I encountered the same black screen/ bluee screen error with my Vista. Success! Based on your other comments, it is starting to sound more like malicious software that starts up with your computer. We then chose "restore to last system configuration that worked". http://intopt.com/black-screen/windows-7-black-screen-before-login-no-cursor.html
Meditational State 1.913.922 görüntüleme 11:14 windows 7 startup problem (Black Screen) *Fix* (voice) - Süre: 8:56. We have photos on the computer that we can not lose. As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged So far all the fixes other than this one I posted about have their own flaws.
Anonymous It worked just once after restarting the computer the first time. http://www.blogger.com/profile/10284073533968750655 Rick Sumner There's actually a great fix that corrects most of Vista's problems. Didnt occur to me to just type "Blank screen after welcome vista" on Google!It worked first time!One thing though, it didnt say ‘lsass.sys' it said ‘lsass.exe' I unchecked it anyway and http://www.blogger.com/profile/12735936604621972587 tommy After endless fighting with the Vi$ta Crap I fixed it by reinstalling my laptop with the Fedora Linux.
http://www.patheos.com/blogs/religionprof/ James F. And that only grudgingly. If you have only one profile, or have auto-logon enabled, try disabling auto-logon/putting a password on your account. Vista Black Screen Solution McGrath Sounds like a different problem than the one I posted the solution for here.
http://www.blogger.com/profile/14442106418484489932 Briana "Symmie" Simmons Here's a strange solution…I received the black screen for the first time this morning. Windows Vista Black Screen After Login Fix It tells me immediately that the task manager has crashed. Or...check the back of your computer and see if there are two output plugs for your monitor. If so try moving to the other port and see if somehow your cables got swapped or windows reassigned which was the first screen.
tada fixed! For some reason I decided to try something. Vista has a pretty neat ‘repair' feature, but it doesn't always work either. the Vista install DVD or any Vista Media that is bootable will work) and Select “Next”.2.
No key combinations work. This unfortunately does not sound like the issue you are having. Windows Vista Black Screen With Cursor After Login It is the most simple solution I have seen. Black Screen After Login Windows 10 As windows vista boots, press f8 to bring up the boot menu, and choose safe mode with command prompt. (Other safe mode options may be just as painful as normal windows,
in your msconfig window, go to your services tab and look at the most recent batch of services that you modified to "automatic"- now most likely, the service thats causing the check my blog If your computer launched successfully then one of the many SERVICES caused the problem. McGrath 145 CommentsI have struggled for some time with a problem that I know has plagues other Windows Vista users too - after logging in, instead of going to the usual I am in the same situation - can do nothing, there's just the black screen and a mouse pointer. Black Screen Of Death Vista
Started again in Safe mode and checked event logs - all showing last events several days ago, flushed all event logs and tried another restart in normal mode - everything working Reboot into normal mode (ie not safe mode). To select that it run or not run you need to modify which Windows modules of this sort run when Windows starts. this content I just want to get to my login page.
file i did uncheck the other files that couldn't be found then restarted and NO Black screen! Have tried everthing listed here, can not even do clean install, accepts product key and tells me I can not do a full install, possibly because it's an upgrade version? The Shailesh tip`s work for me.
Smelly_cow how do you "Run" Isass .sys? Very likely everything is running, but without display you can't use it. Can Linux really be universally compatible and also flaw free? Brian Anonymous I would love to try one of these solutions but selecting (any) Safe Mode options is still leading me to the same black screen just with a bigger cursor
http://www.patheos.com/blogs/religionprof/ James F. If at some point the machine black screens, start up in safe mode, untick the ones you ticked in the most recent step (see what I mean about keeping track of Mary Hello, I was having problem with my Vista with black screen. have a peek at these guys HowtoSupport 46.733 görüntüleme 2:05 Speed up ANY Computer/Laptop by 200% - Windows 7/8/Vista/XP (HD) - Süre: 11:14.
Or is this your machines only ever configuration? –John Dec 15 '10 at 16:59 @John: There are only two configurations listed in the registry... and among the things thatshowed up in the log i simply unchecked three logs that showed no file found against it. I don't know if this will help you guys out but hell give it a shot. i hope it has not caused any other prob that i am not aware of.
Note: I don't actually have a recovery CD, but I do have a recovery partition that I might be able to use. Peacher I have vista home premium, the registry think didn't work for me, I already had "explorer" in there. this may be a complete coincidence but its worked for me twice. Tried a format and clean install with XP, it doesn't want to read from the CD.
share|improve this answer answered Dec 16 '10 at 8:44 S.gfx 1,565914 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote It sounds like it might be using the other display port as You can try a spybot search and destroy scan from safe mode. Helpful +7 Report Stacy May 17, 2010 at 10:34 PM To fix this we hit f8 before the Windows loading screen. So everyone thinks I'm a Vista expert....
Proposed as answer by ndntt44 Wednesday, December 23, 2009 11:10 AM Sunday, December 20, 2009 1:58 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote yea i got the same thing Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account? the reson why i ask is because it sounds like there is not enough space on your drive for vista to load correctly therefore either your boot manager is damaged or For me, the login screen didn't even appear.
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