Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top jskitt2 Posts: 8 This post has been reported. You can either try system restore by running in safe mode.. I had an issue very similar to what is being discussed however, instead of a black screen I got a BSOD after a Windows update. For this to happen, boot up has happened and I suspect same for others.This issue is starting to bug me. navigate here
Examining an index entry with id 12158 in index $SII of file 9. Funny enough I always find big-name computers like dell or hp to have the weirdest problems and really its no surprise, they have the most customized components unlike stock parts that my laptop is HP dv9722TX -windows vista tysm :) Helpful +17 Report zel Jan 21, 2010 at 12:24 AM I had a similar problem with a customer's laptop. So, if you're an XP user, you may want to wait until you've tried Steps 5 through 8 before giving this a try. Perform a System Restore from Advanced Startup Options
A hard drive that can't read and write information properly certainly can't load an operating system properly - even Safe Mode.Replace your hard drive if your tests show an issue. Helpful +2 Report Bloodoi Apr 8, 2010 at 11:08 AM For now I got around this by doing task manager Ctrl + Alt + Delete then clicking new task under applications I have one, a pavilion a6057d with vista for a year and I've only use it for a 3 months because you can system restore it by then but now it Vista Black Screen Vista and its safe mode won't start... (16 posts) Started 7 years ago by jskitt2 Latest reply from LH Topic Viewed 15323 times jskitt2 Posts: 8 This post has been
Here's what it states: X:\Windows\system32>chkdsk The type of the file system is NTFS. After doing a re-installation, how do I re-install all the data into the new Windows? I read on some discussion that I have to remove all the USB device installed I did remove it but I think there is still one left a very tiny USB https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/vista-won-t-boot-black-screen-after-bad-windows-update-262632/ I had to start it, but it won't start.
I then insinuated that he might be taking kick-backs from Microsoft to keep us off their back about this obvious compatability issue between the Vista OS and the manufacturers of the Windows Vista Not Booting Black Screen I found this solution at another site and was skeptical but after updating the network card drivers on the dell website I was able to boot into vista normally... And who know after 2 days it's alive again. You're probably right, considering that you found yourself here, but you're wise to consider a few things first: Are you sure the updates are fully installed?
It most likely is caused by the hard drives not being configured correctly for Vista. https://www.lifewire.com/how-to-fix-problems-caused-by-windows-updates-2625775 MS has a hotfix for this issue. Windows Vista Won't Boot Black Screen I can see everything running in the background like wifi etc. Safe Mode Won't Work An update to Windows can't possibly impact an area of your computer that no operating system, including Windows, has control over.For example, if your computer no longer powers on at all,
I decided to leave it on there and dual boot. check my blog should be c:\ drive sounds like you CHKDSK'd winRE, the recovery partition. EXACT problem for me too, After I updated the system the same thing occured, Tried resetting the bios but didnt really know what else to do so I brought it to I have the exact same issue as all of you. Safe Mode Won't Load Windows 10
And then my nightmare began!!! Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. But I still have to implement the measures listed in post # 13 to keep my OS going at least twice a day, which is a BIG pain the the ***. this content by faelnar / October 11, 2008 1:44 PM PDT In reply to: Vista Won't Boot (Black Screen) After Bad Windows Update I have an expensive Toshiba R500 that last week just
Everything appeared to be going smoothly, up until I received the "Windows needs to restart for this update to take effect." message. Windows Vista Black Screen With Cursor I downloaded a Windows update yesterday that was nvidia something and it said to restart computer. At least anger shows they're still in the game, trying to hold onto what they can with the investment they made in a hard-earned computer.
Failed to transfer logged messages to the event log with status 50. This is called Hirens download that and run it off start up. His other books include eBay Hacks and Windows XP Pocket Reference. Black Screen Of Death Vista Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Vista - Bad Windows Update by terpsguy / February 16, 2009 1:57 PM PST In reply to: Posts removed Greetings all.
Examining an index entry with id 12157 in index $SII of file 9. I have explained that my vista laptop just went dead. Bad thing is is that u have reinstall all ur drivers and stuff for it to work too Report NickInFlorida- Dec 20, 2009 at 11:06 AM Computer Tech: You show HIRENS, have a peek at these guys Mine happened today.
I wondered whether the loss of power would have triggered any sort of reset in the system.