Go through the steps of the restoration. like magic. My conclusion is that it must be a software issue having to do with the windows update. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - black screen w/cursor by Random Pilot / May 7, 2010 10:12 AM PDT In reply to: Blsck Screen with cursor on Vista Home Homepage
The userinit.exe file runs at startup and tells which programs to startup according to a google search I ran. I was able to get Vista to a really cross eyed state and black screen once like the above. hmmmm, I thought maybe something was still being updated, so left it for a while, then an hour, then 2 hours, then overnight. Thanks a lot headcult !! https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/566042/black-screen-after-logging-in/
Does anybody know what really caused this? ...Anybody knows about this issue? So I got to thinking: Well I'll disable user access control so when I hit CTRL ALT DEL it'll start the task manager as admin by default, and I'll look at Thanks a bunch!!!!!!!!!!!! It found a BUNCH of viruses so far!Thanks again, Headcult!!
one maddened anthopologist James, I tried your suggestion but it didn't deliver coz microsoft somehow managed to further expropriate me from control over my computer (after denying me the option to afsar k Proposed as answer by afsu Wednesday, November 18, 2009 7:26 AM Wednesday, November 18, 2009 7:25 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I`m sorry to tell http://www.blogger.com/profile/12735936604621972587 tommy You will never be happy using Vista. Vista Black Screen Solution I'm going to add a bit more info below and add a bounty to try to get some answers because this is really bugging me: Model: HP Pavillion dv6757ca Fourth edit:
If you cannot revert the computer back to the last restore point, then perhaps try running in safe mode and uninstalling the last program you installed before it stopped working. The last update you'll ever need.It's called Linux. I guess I cirus must have altered the registry entry.In my case the value of Shell was:Explorer.exe C:WindowsSystem32fservice.exeThe fservice.exe file didn't exist in the system32 folder.After changing the Shell value back After 5 hours, I restarted the computer and it showed the compaq loading screen and then after that, the black screen with just a cursor.
I installed a new interal bluetooth module on a Dell Inspiron 1720. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Windows Vista forum 48 total posts (Page 1 of 2) 01 02 Next Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer Newbies Seemed to worked for some strange reason. shut off power and after esc & f10 went off i continually pressed f8 till safe mode screen appeared went to syestem restore picked a date 1 week in the past
Ive been trying to re-install the operating system for hours now and it would not let me complete the installation, so im stumped Monday, December 03, 2007 5:48 AM Reply | Quote https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/566042/black-screen-after-logging-in/ This hard drive sometimes dissapears. Windows Vista Home Premium Black Screen After Login http://www.blogger.com/profile/10284073533968750655 Rick Sumner My God, I would never run Vista in a VM.XP. Windows Vista Black Screen After Login Fix It shuts down to the black screen point, and then gets stuck in limbo...forever if you don't do something to correct it...such as some of the other suggestions here about taking
Xayaan Wahyd 21,997 views 1:58 Loading more suggestions... Bonuses Anonymous On the post on top of this one I meant the "Cyberlink" strategy. Go to the Start-Run-type in msconfig.exe and select Enable allthe Startup applications. Hope this helps. Black Screen Of Death Vista
It may or may not help but let's hear how you are solving it.Here? You don't hear about this kind of crap from MAC users. Double-click it and you will see a new window like the one below. http://sortpictures.net/black-screen/black-screen-before-login-windows-7.html Ultimately we made the Hard drive a slave to another system and copied all needed files and then re-imaged the system.
Get Linux, MS-DOS, Posix or better yet, get Commodore 64. Start the machine normally - if it doesn't black screen, go to msconfig and and enable HALF of the rest, and so on. Thanks to Timothy A.
Anonymous Headcult THANK YOU SOO MUCH, YOUR SOLUTION WORKS PERFECTLY Anonymous Headcult THANK YOU SOOO MUCH, YOUR SOLUTION WORKED PERFECTLY, http://www.blogger.com/profile/17139361239132171490 Brian Philip Hi y'allWell none if the comments posted here Some dozens now.Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - DiscomBOBulated by thenightowl1234 / January 24, 2010 12:34 AM PST In reply to: Just so you know. In short, I am wondering if anyone else has had this problem and if so, has anyone been able to isolate which update causes corruption of the ntoskrnl.exe file resulting in Anonymous First off, Vista is complete POO!
I then scanned for adware and viruses, which there were none each time. The furthest that it would ran is the vista horizontal bar with something running. A friend of mine had the same blank screen problem and asked me to help out. find this Do Tuan Linh Hi pals,I had the same problem with my "HP pavillion entertainment" laptop.
ur solution worked Perfectly! Like Religion Prof on Facebook:Religion ProfRelated posts from Religion Prof: The Blog of James F. Anonymous how do you install autoruns when you Windows Vista won't even load? I have tryed everything and nothing works not even the original vista install disc.
Click that link. so I was able to view my desktop. McGrath:Across Time and Space: A Choral ConcertThis Section Made Possible By...Seminary & Theological Grad School Virtual FairEastern Great Lakes Biblical Society Meeting 2017 « Quote of the Day (Philip K. I have been hunting for many websites to solve this issue.
Is that screwed up, or what?I have also noticed the blackscreen problem after allowing Windows updates and allowing reboot. Thursday, July 30, 2009 8:19 AM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote All I do is:1. open task manager (ctrl + shift + esc)2. Facebook Twitter YouTube Instagram Hardware Unboxed Google+ Subscribe to TechSpot RSS Get our weekly newsletter Search TechSpot Trending Hardware The Web Culture Mobile Gaming Apple Microsoft Google Reviews Graphics Laptops Smartphones I would try updating the motherboard drivers, if you're able to start in safe mode.
This is for an Acer. Restart the system normally.Hope this helps.Dmitry Anonymous Oh my god! It would also be a good idea to run check disk For Check Disk (chkdsk) you must run the command utility as adminstrator Start->Computer C: Drive -> Windows -> System32 ->