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If you cannot get the data off your hard drive then you will know there is a problem with that. I have a 1215T Eee PC. When your computer has a black screen in Windows: When the computer will not boot up, it sound like it is booting as the CPU fan is running and the lights Now its automatic shutting down. http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/Black-screen-with-underscore-flashing-on-upper-left-of/td-p/5889353

Computer Blinking Underscore

Could you help me with some advice? Are you trying to login to Windows or is the login before Windows has started? Nothing will happen. Last night it did this and after my computer had restarted and gotten onto the desktop I turned it off by holding the button in as I couldn't be bothered and

Just few days ago I installed Windows 10 and whenever I turn it off and start the computer, the black screen with blinking cursor appears immediately after the logo screen. Checked the all the cables and all is as was yesterday afternoon, when all was running ok. On start-up I have the black screen with cursor. Blinking Cursor On Boot Windows 7 Anyone see anything similar?

My idea now is to load a bootable recovery console onto a flash drive and boot using that. You could enter task manager by hitting the CTRL ALT DEL keys on your keyboard. If you put the old hard back in the computer it runs fine. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f108/solved-black-screen-with-flashing-line-at-top-left-corner-570699.html The lights will show in the side of your laptop. 6.

Please take precautions before entering the computer though.. Black Screen With Blinking Underscore Windows 7 The computer has not been moved or bumped and I'm the only one who has access to said computer. I wanted to go to the recovery command prompt but as i don't have an admin account (there aren't any user accounts as result of the restore) i don't have access. When you said to disable the option of booting from a floppy, you meant to uncheck the thing that says USB Storage Device, right?

Black Screen With Blinking Underscore Windows 10

I tried everything. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/587234/windows-10-black-screen-with-blinking-cursor-after-boot-up/ if it worked please let me know. Computer Blinking Underscore john says February 21, 2011 at 3:20 pm yeah all options are there in F8 mode, tried them all inc the command promp action and they all end up with black Computer Boots To Black Screen With Blinking Cursor I don’t know what it was but I finally got it to work.

Is this a virus or something else? http://sortpictures.net/black-screen/windows-10-blinking-cursor-black-screen.html it acted exactly as it would when working…. Johnny K says November 19, 2011 at 2:35 am My Gateway DX series pc (2009) suddenly only had My Computer Icon on the desktop. It turned out to be the graphics card. Black Screen With Blinking Cursor Windows 7

if u can please give me advice on what to do. So amazingly helpful !! 🙂 Mitz says November 15, 2011 at 7:13 am I think you found a restore point that was not corrupted. Mitz says November 22, 2011 at 11:35 am Sometimes the admin password is nothing so you just press enter at that stage..Did you try that? a fantastic read sammuel7 says February 22, 2011 at 11:08 am There is a computer i inserted a new formatted hard disk loaded with win xp professional, so when i try putting the system

So I click ok and it restarted my computer (it does that sometimes, I recognize that it's the anti-virus I use because of the logo). Black Screen With Blinking Cursor Windows 8 Installed Windows to that 10gb partition. I can go into safe mode with command prompt so if there is anything that could be fixed from command I can give it a try.

Can you please help?

Found this on another forum: Quote: PXE is the network boot, so if it's going to that you can go into the BIOS and tell it to only boot from usb, Having a black screen on startup is a common symptom for so many problems. I am not sure if it could be due to the windows updates like i read somewhere. Dell Blinking Cursor Top Left Corner Lisa says October 18, 2011 at 2:00 am I hate to sound repetitious but after reading all of these, mine is a little different.

A computer black screen on start up is a challenge for me and I always try to trouble shoot the problem manually, without using those fancy programs, because I believe it i tried heating around the video card but nothing. Do you have an antivirus boot disc to scan the computer? find this Even when it is taking forever, or having a major problem you must let it run through if possible.

Hope you can advise me. Misteriously after everything work fine ----------------------- everything happens again! On another forum just yesterday an user had exactly the same problem because the drive wasn't properly in place. the death black screem with the blinking cursor!

I chose the option to repair damaged sectors and was going to let it run overnight. Within HBCD, I used Mini Windows XP - from there in the programs list, I used Acronis software (disk director and true image) to 1. i can work with that but all the screen is completely black and the folders and start menu, or he language and the time had disappeared.!!!help!!! This tutorial is not about a black screen with a movable mouse cursor on the screen (although I have mentioned it above), it is about when computer boots to a black screen

If you have no memory installed at all, some computers make no sounds and just show a black screen on startup. Mitz says May 6, 2013 at 4:27 am A Windows repair disc would be good, as it could be that your files are messed up on your hard drive. NO automatic shutting down. it sounds like your antivirus has removed something you need for windows to boot.