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J Helpful +3 Report bob Aug 18, 2008 at 07:46 PM that happened to me after putting a new wireless card in it, people say its static but it still works So no crashes or anything, just no display output. I purchased a copy of Bioshock and installed it on my machine, which seemed to go without a hitch (after I finally resolved an issue with not being able to connect But sometimes I get a bios error message, and have to reboot in Safe Mode, and then reboot again to get into normal mode.I'm running an HP Compaq Presario C700, Vista http://2theprinter.com/service-pack/service-pack-3-blue-screen.php

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. I told to my self that I will just plug it in next day in the office. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - IT IS NOT A HARDWARE ISSUE!!!!!! Black screens of death can affect operating systems such as Windows 7, but it was Windows Vista which helped establish the moniker for a variety of scenarios such as the result https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/951618

Hoping that all application that is still loaded in the memory will dissipate and then I can reboot again. More often than not, after I leave the BIOS screen it usually just goes to a black screen with a flashing cursor. Noticed that I did an alt-ctrl-del (I'm sure other combo do the same as well), Vista brings up the Lock Computer, Switch User, Log Off, Change a password, Start Task manager To my amazement, I have been constantly online for almost 12 hours with NO PROBLEMS.

michael Report stan› dusty - Nov 28, 2008 at 09:16 AM Thanks Dusty, I had to set the jumper from CS to maaster and it worked. So I decided to just forget that idea and hope that eventually Microsoft would come up with "fixes" to alleviate the problems.If fixes never occur, and this laptop "bites the dust", I changed my pcie settings from 32bit to 64bit and now it works fine. If you stop it once it seems to reload itself and everyone seems happy, problem kinda fixed.

Essentially, customers affected by this problem will have to get their machine back to a bootable state. All submitted content is subject to our Terms of Use. Most likely, the later made laptops are configured better for Vista as I'm sure that Microsoft knows about this problem and has altered their configuration information to the manufacturers accordingly.It won't If this occurs, click Cancel, and then click View Advanced Options for system recovery and support. - In the System Restore Wizard, click Next. - Select the Restore Point that has

Windows has yet to run at this step.Go figure that out. Microsoft offered no explanation as to what exactly goes wrong in order to generate the Vista SP2 perpetual black screens of death. Nothing of note in the Event Viewer, the system reports it is running SP1. Report keefygeorge› caplaw - Sep 18, 2008 at 11:44 AM hey I had the same problem.

Restarted twice {to be sure} and it was fixed. http://serverfault.com/questions/574869/installed-vista-sp2-computer-loads-black-screen-with-cursor-then-restarts-on Subscribe to our newsletter Sign Up Team Terms of Use Contact Policies CCM Benchmark Group health.ccm.net black screen after windows load - page 2 SHOP SUPPORT COMMUNITY Register | Sign In To run the Startup Repair tool, follow these steps: - Insert the Windows Vista DVD in the DVD drive, and then restart your computer from the DVD. Hit F11 key until you see the restore feature.

Hope I will get a solution from you ( EXPERT). http://2theprinter.com/service-pack/service-pack-2.php hmmmm, I thought maybe something was still being updated, so left it for a while, then an hour, then 2 hours, then overnight. The software giant explained that the problems could affect Windows Vista Service Pack 1 (SP1), Windows Vista Service Pack 2 (SP2), Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 Service Pack 2 The machine sounded like it was running, but nothing happened on the screen.

All rights reserved Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | Browser Compatibility CHKDSK /P /R then press enter. 3. UPDATE We had gotten to the point where we just tried "Disable Driver Signature Enforcement" for the heck of it. check over here It's crazy that a Windows update has crippled so many laptops.

I don't want another one following suit. select the windows drive you want to repair as the problem is usually with corrupt windows files. I know, I was like "no way", but seriously after the reboot following the SP3 upgrade my video popped right up at the last-saved hi res setting, go figure.

It is the case of Windows Vista Service Pack 2 (SP2) installs that fail presenting users with the 0xc0000034 error message.

So, now we know the problem. If you posted here please respond to this thread to try to get our posts back. Note When you receive the prompt Press any Key to boot from the CD or DVD, press any key on the keyboard to restart your computer by using the Windows Vista Trump's temporary ban and green card holders more hot questions question feed about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us feedback Technology

CHCKDSK /P /R then press enter. 3. I had no idea it could be done this way. Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: Vista Won't Boot (Black Screen) After Bad Windows Update The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited. http://2theprinter.com/service-pack/service-pack-3.php We then loaded Windows normally, and it loads to a black screen with cursor (before profile selection), then fades out and reboots.

I think I got a solution to the black/blue screen problem. Couldn't NOT boot to ANY other device. Go to your advanced bios settings and locate the options for your pcie slots if your video card supports pcie and see what settings can be changed but note that different According to the Redmond-based company, the 0xc0000034 error message can only be generated after installing a Vista service pack.