Computer does not start properly, but it doesn't work in safe mode?
When the computer is turned on, it begins with pink vertical lines in the splash screen and then primer not correctly. I am able to get safe mode and operated from there. I did system restore, memory, virus scan without result. Any ideas?
You may have problems with your graphics card.
If under warranty, contact the manufacturer of your computer.
If this is not the case, try a local computer repair shop.
See you soon.
Mick Murphy - Microsoft partner
Windows Vista does not start. It shows the horizontal scrolling green bar with microsoft (c) and then goes to a black screen with the mouse arrow that moves. Start in safe mode loads the drivers to the extent of the crcdisk.sys but meet once again at the black screen with the mouse arrow. Have not the SATA drives connected. Impossible to get to the command prompt to delete all files. No work from safe mode. Restore computer does not work. I have looked at other posts regarding the renaming/deleting files, but cannot get to the command prompt to resolve this problem. The computer is less than 2 years.
Toshiba Satellite A205-S5831, dual processor running. Running Windows Vista BASIC. Hard drive seems to work, lighting, well working properly, no error at startup. No perifpherals or a mouse, or a USB attached. Disabling USB does not boot.
Can someone give a help?
Download the ISO on the link provided and make a record of repair time it starts.
Go to your Bios/Setup, or the Boot Menu at startup and change the Boot order to make the DVD/CD drive 1st in the boot order, then reboot with the disk in the drive.
At the startup/power on you should see at the bottom of the screen either F2 or DELETE, go to Setup/Bios or F12 for the Boot Menu.
When you have changed that, insert the Bootable disk you did in the drive and reboot.
Link above shows what the process looks like and a manual, it load the repair options.
NeoSmart containing the content of the Windows Vista DVD 'Recovery Centre', as we refer to him. It cannot be used to install or reinstall Windows Vista, and is just a Windows PE interface to recovering your PC. Technically, we could re-create this installation with downloadable media media freely from Microsoft (namely the Microsoft WAIK, several gigabyte download); but it is pretty darn decent of Microsoft to present Windows users who might not be able to create such a thing on their own.
Read all the info on the website on how to create and use it.
It's a very good Vista startup repair disk.
You can do a system restart tool, system, etc it restore.
It is NOT a disc of resettlement.
And the 32-bit is what normally comes on a computer, unless 64-bit.
How to get Vista recovery Media and/or to use the Vista recovery Partition on your computer.
There is no Vista free download legal available.
Contact your computer manufacturer and ask them to send a recovery disk/s Vista set.
Normally, they do this for a cost of $ small.
In addition, ask them if you have a recovery Partition on your computer/laptop to restore it to factory settings.
See if a manual provided with the computer or go to the manufacturer's website, email or you can call for information on how to make a recovery.
Normally, you have to press F10 or F11 at startup to start the recovery process...
Another way I've seen on some models is press F8 and go to a list of startup options, and launch a recovery of standards of plant with it, by selecting the repair option.
Or borrow a good Microsoft Vista DVD (not Dell, HP, etc).
A good Vista DVD contains all versions of Vista.
The product key determines which version of Vista is installed.
There are 2 disks of Vista: one for 32-bit operating system, and one for 64-bit operating system.
If install a cleaning is required with a good DVD of Vista (not HP, Dell recovery disks):
Go to your Bios/Setup, or the Boot Menu at startup and change the Boot order to make the DVD/CD drive 1st in the boot order, then reboot with the disk in the drive.
At the startup/power on you should see at the bottom of the screen either F2 or DELETE, go to Setup/Bios or F12 for the Boot Menu
MS advice on the conduct of clean install.
A tutorial on the use of a clean install
Super Guide Windows Vista Installation
After installation > go to the website of the manufacturer of your computer/notebook > drivers and downloads Section > key in your model number > find the latest Vista drivers for it > download/install the
See you soon.
Mick Murphy - Microsoft partner
When I turn on my computer, my home page is not upward. She's just standing on a black page. Someone can help me. It also only allows me to reset or clean.
No saving necessary data and re-installing Windows Vista might be the best option, but here
are a few others.
You can save your files by putting the drive in another computer as a 2nd disk (best) or external
Drive USB enclosure and then backup to removable media such as CD, DVD or other USB drives.
Of course a real store of the computer or the manufacturer of your system can help to recover the files.
Or you can use a boot Ubuntu CD to back up data.
Use Ubuntu Live CD to backup files from your Windows computer dead
You can access Mode safe? Repeatedly press F8 as you start? If yes you can try Control Panel - device
Manager - graphics card - Double click on - driver tab - click on UPDATE driver - then right click
on devices and UNINSTALL - REBOOT.
A method to try to get to the desktop (try in normal Windows Mode without failure) is CTRL +.
ALT + DELETE - Manager tasks and tab process EXPLORER.exe and COMPLETE the PROCESS on this subject - and then
on the Applications tab - lower right - new task - type in EXPLORER.exe. Safe mode is available by
repeatedly tapping F8 as you start. CTRL + SHIFT + ESC also begins the Task Manager.
First check this thread in case it is simple and if not to come back to this thread.
Black screen problems are extremely difficult to repair and all patch is usually on a base hit or miss.
That there is no information on a black screen as it is on a blue screen just adds to the
Difficulty. Often using a restore point or Startup Repair will have no effect. You can try a
Google to see the proposed repairs, whom some have worked however these cover a wide
Here's a video of one of them.
You have a Vista disk? You can try restoring the system to it. If you don't have the disks your
system manufacturer will sell them at low prices. Or try in safe mode if you can get there.
How to make a Vista system restore
You can create a recovery disc or use someone even version (making the system restore it)
must be bootable).
How to create a Vista recovery disk
These require the correct Vista discs since you can not start safe mode.
Try the Startup Repair tool-
This tells you how to access the System Recovery Options and/or with a Vista disk
Try recovery options Startup Repair
How to do a startup repair
Here are a few Google searches where many have found different solutions:
Vista black screen - check that a 1st
Vista black screen Solution
Vista black screen Fix
If necessary and you can access all ordinary Windows.
You can try an In-Place Upgrade (hopefully save programs and data) or a repair installation
(if all goes well, the data records and need to reinstall programs). Be sure to do a good backup or three.
You can use another DVD that aren't copy protected but you you need to own
If nothing works, you can make a repair facility that must save the data but you will need to
Reinstall the programs. This also requires correct Vista disks especially for OEM versions. You will be
need to know your product Code.
This tells you how to access the System Recovery Options and/or a Vista DVD
How to perform a repair for Vista Installation
Another method that works sometimes: at the command prompt, type of Vista startup disk:
(a line type or copy and paste one line at a time and hit enter - enter a bracket)
CD c:\Windows\System32\winevt (there is a space between cd and C :)
Ren LogsOLD Logs (there are spaces between ren and newspapers and Logsold)
I hope this helps.
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My guarded vista stop without known reason. He started up the main login screen and I could connect. After that so long it would just turn off. I did a system restore, system repair at startup and F8 pressed and is entered in safe mode. Now, I have a new problem. He worked for a few hours. Enough to do a bit of homework. Then suddenly it disconnects and begins to do the updates for windows. Then it goes to a black screen and tells me what he planned for a clean disk. So he goes through this process and restarts. Now it is impossible to get pass Part 3 of 3 updates and it just stays at 0%. He will remain on this page for about a minute and just keeps restarting itself. I tried F8 again and cannot get into safe mode. WHAT IS WRONG WITH MY COMPUTER HELP ME! (PS: now I use my laptop which is a XP!) Help, please!
Follow the troubleshooting methods in this article to resolve the problem:
An update is not installed successfully when you try to install the update in Windows Vista and Windows 7
CD player passes all the tests, but the computer does not start from cd drive. entered the bios and it specifically indicate to boot from the cd drive. Windows 7 installation disc does not start. Win 7 disk works in another computer to start. Why is it not this cd player read the disc and from the win 7 installation process?
I see this problem on systems having older IDE and SATA drives requiring firmware updates and assigned to the region 1 aka they boot from XP CD, but not DVD windows 7or media.
Ok. Trying to fix a friend's computer and seem to have met a strange barrier.
Problem: The computer does not start after the bios screen.
Details: When you turn on the computer, the compaq logo with intel inside is and has the < F1 Setup > and < F10 System Recovery > options listed as well. And that's it as far as the computer becomes. After that the computer just locked up, no work of buttons on the keyboard lights keyboard ect ect. I tried the puree on the F1 key, as soon as I turn on the computer and I can handle so he can say * entering setup * but it freezes again after this point. I already tried to eliminate the possible sources of the problem, removed all expansion cards, HDD and Dvd Rom module only disconnected, only memory (256 MB ddr 2700), power, vga and keyboard connected. Ive also used the jumper on the motherboard to clear the cmos, hoping that would solve the problem without success. I tried using a different memory stick and different memory as well... Tried to use both a ps2 and a usb keyboard... Ive even tried pulling the rider for the protection of the bios password (even if she did not have a password on it, just try everything I can think of).
The installed bios version is 3.1, and that's all that I know on the computer at this point, except that the website tells me to him.
http://h10025.www1.HP.com/ewfrf/wc/product?product=411354 & LC = on & CC = US & DLC = in & Submit.y = 5 & Submit.x = 3 & lang = to & CC = US <-link to the Web page for the model #.
I'm basically at a loss on this one, so if someone feels scroll line-by-line of their brains on this one, I'd be very happy.
I have a pretty strong understanding of computer repair, so feel free to give me something to try.
If you need more information out of me, let me know as well.
Try to clear the CMOS again but this time remove CMOS battery and hold the power button on a few seconds. Replace the battery, then try to start back to the top.
At the back of the pc is the condition of the PSU led green or flashing?
So it told me to turn my phone off, then back on whilist cling the key F11. But when I do it my is laptop beep loud noise and rest on the logo hp, whilist is on this screen is says 'System recovery F11' in the lower left corner and does not move on the screen, how to fix this?
Hi @Jaytee2 ,
Thank you for visiting the Forums HP's Support and welcome. I read on your HP laptop and get a blank screen or black at startup. Try perform a reset.
When you perform a hard reset note remove all USB devices. Disconnect all non-essential devices.
Do you have records system for this laptop?
I'd be happy to help you if necessary. How can I find my model number or product number?
Please let me know.
My computer does not start and it will not Mode without failure. I run the Memory Diagnostic test and it shows I have a hardware problem. I also tried to restore my computer to an earlier time, but it showed an error. I have 1 GB or RAM and recently she continues to change from 512 MB to 1 023 MB. Help, please.
Care (I know)
1 GB OF RAM
INTEL CORE 2 DUO 2.43 GHz (I'm not sure)
Card Gigabyte mother
OPERATING SYSTEM: WINDOWS 7 ULTIMATE
It seems that the memory must be replaced. While you're at it, maybe get over 1 GB. Windows 7 will run on it, but not well. If the PC came with Windows Ultimate edition, it was more than likely 4 GB or more.
Yesterday I wanted to add a TV tuner card to my DC7800, but after that, I saw that the power of the tuner (no PCI) card had disappeared. I decided to shut down the computer and run it. I would work out the power cable later.
Since then, the computer does not start really. Looks like it starts and the fan starts to turn. After some time, the fan goes completely wild! There is no beeps of the main card. So, it seems that BIOS does not either.
Please help me!
Next: is it possible to get the answers here notificiations email?
My apologies for not responding earlier!
I have fixed the problem. I removed the firewire card and then started the pc. After that I insterted the card firewire again and both times the computer still worked.
Probably what happened is this: I had the tunercard connected to the firewire card, but no power supply again. Most likely the tunercard was draining the energy of the firewire card and this way the power supply of the computer has become a sort of State course...
I, m new here so please bear with me. I have a PC HP Pavilion Media Center TV (m7434n) I'm trying to replace the video card (Nvidia GeForce 6200SE with Turbo Cache) in. I am trying to replace it with a Nvidia EVGA 8400GS. I delete all the nvidia drivers, make sure that the pci-e card is used in the implementation. I have then to remove the old card and install a new one. When I try to start the computer, fans turn on but that's all. There is nothing on the monitor. The computer does not start. I replaced the power supply bestec 300 watts with a new antec brand 430 watt power supply. When I reinstalled the old video card, the computer starts ok. I tried to replace the video card with an ATI Radeon HD5550 too and it's the same thing (the computer would not start), reinstall the old card and it starts up fine. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
You may have a compatibility issue with the ATI HD 5550 and 2006 PC model. I've seen other posts where ATI 5xxx video card did not work in older HP PCs.
When you are referring to the installation of the older video card do you mean going back to the integrated video card? Moving the video cable to the card installed?
Install the NVIDIA 8400GS and connect the video cable. Now follow the instructions for clear the CMOS.
In the past months, my computer has been the object of a freezing randomly, and Ctrl + Alt + Delete does not work. I stopped him via the power button. Sometimes, when I start it again, the computer moniter shows nothing but a black screen and the computer sounds different when it starts normally. When this happens, I turn it off again hit the left side of the desktop and turn on again. Whenever I do this, the computer starts normally, and I go on the computer use.
Yesterday morning, after a break of 2 days, acess my computer and it is random freezing thing once again. I force close down as one normally do, and the computer does not start and displays the same black screen and the same fan/air weird sound. I stopped him and I hit the side RIGHT this time, I think and when I turn on the computer, the usual blue HP screen appears with the establishment, boot, diagnostics and system recovery things. HOWEVER, after this screen, a black screen will appear with this weird blue symbol on the upper left corner, I have never seen this and it looks like a circle with a triangle and a Pentagon below and it remains essentially on this screen forever. When I try to hit the establishment, boot, diagnostics and the shortcuts to system recovery, on the lower left side of the screen, it says "Menu boot loading...". ' or whatever the shortcut of loading represents, but nothing ever happens. When I press the other keys, this tapping noise comes from the computer at each tap of the keyboard.
I have no idea what to do, and at this point, my first priority is to save important files on the computer. Does anyone know what is the problem? I want her more than a problem of system rather than a virus problem because refusing the boot black screen thing lasts for years. My computer is 3-4 years. I enclose a sketch of what looks like the weird symbol.
MY COMPUTER WORKS NOW!
With the flash drive, I was able to access the BIOS, which before, I couldn't.
Eventually my computer was in some strange sort of lockdown setting, I switched it back to activate and now its work! I remember save important things in the future. Thank you very much for your help!
I am owner of a HP Pavilion H8-1020 with a processor intel i7 - 2600 s Windows 7 and am trying to upgrade my Radeon hd 6570 to a Gigabyte AMD Radeon R9 280 OC. I improved my diet for a Corsair CX750 to meet the requirements of power and installed with number. After the installation of the new card, which as far as I can tell is well seated in the pci slot and correctly connected to the PSU, my computer does not start.
System powers on, all fans of begin to run including the fans on the new graphics card, but it does not begin the boot process, no entry is received at my monitors, no light on the keyboard, my OS starts loading, I can turn off the system without the delay that will flow normally. Then I reinstalled my old graphics card and the computer started as usual.
Now, assuming that the card is not DOA, which unfourtunatly I have no way to verify, and I'd like to see if it could be another problem before going through the process of restitution. I did some reading on the internet, which helped, but did not help for a technological neophyte like me. Now, I know a few things that could cause this problem but lack the necessary skills to determine what question is making me. What I've read, these could be possible questions:
1: my new graphics card is not compatible with my motherboard. It's something I know now that I should have checked before buying and something I should theoretically be able to do it now, but I am at a loss on how to do it. My card is compatible with my motherboard?
2 could be a BIOS problem. I updated my bios driver with the version provided by the HP site. I am running FRIEND 7.16 05/10/2011. And from what I've read it might have something to do with my bios to UEFI mode and I would need to go to a legacy mode so he can recognize a new device, is it true? I am extremely wary of messing with my BIOS settings for fear of bricking my system. How can I check my current BIOS settings are and what I should change and how would approach I change them? Will one of these changes affect my system if they are not what is not causing the problem?
In addition to these issues, anyone know any other matter which may be the cause of the problem that I should look for? Thanks for any help.
I can see why you are having problems with your new graphics card, and to get to the fast response that your motherboard is not compatible with the new graphics card that you have purchased. And here's why.
Your motherboard according to the page HP Pavilion HPE h8-1020 Desktop PC product specifications is the Carmel motherboard, which has the following expansion slots:
- A PCI Express x 16
- Three PCI Express x 1 connectors
- A PCI Express Mini Card x 1
As there is no version indicated for your PCI Express x 16 it slot means that it is version 1.
Now, your previous graphics card was a PCI Express 2.1 x 16, which means that it was version 2 and compatible with your PCI Express x 16 slot on your motherboard. However, the new card is PCI Express 3.0 and will not work in your motherboard due to a compatibility break. While the technology is supposed to be compatible there are many cases where it is not, and I'm afraid that you meet one of these cases.
I am offering an overclock.net article entitled: the final answer to the controversial compatibility of PCIe x 16 version. where your situation has been tested and examined.
I hope this helps. Have a great day and thank you for display on the HP Forums!
Original title: XP-based computer does not start.
XP Home does not start after I uninstalled a large file of Samsung mobile phone. I get a missing NTLDR error message and have had a System32 error as well, but there is no DOS prompt that would allow me to access anything whatsoever. Another problem is that I lost my installation CD. I initially bought this Dell PC nine over 6 years ago, so can provide identification details, if necessary program. Could someone tell me how I can make a recovery CD please? (No floppy drive not installed in the PC). To further complicate things (Yes, I know - I created many more problems that we all need), I have to keep my files on the hard disk, so cannot do a complete reformat, unless someone can tell how to save them somehow. My BACK skills could be summed up as "plodder inexperienced but determined!
The file might be missing or it could just be that XP can't find it if your file system has somehow got corrupted.
As the forums MS Answers does not prompt for any information system when a new question is asked, we know absolutely nothing about your system.
Not knowing the basic information a problem prolongs the frustration and the agony of these issues.
Provide information on your system, the better you can:
What is your system brand and model?
What is your Version of XP and the Service Pack?
Your system have IDE or SATA disks?
Describe your current antivirus and software anti malware situation: McAfee, Symantec, Norton, Spybot, AVG, Avira!, MSE, Panda, Trend Micro, CA, Defender, ZoneAlarm, PC Tools, Comodo, etc..
The question was preceded by a loss of power, aborted reboot or abnormal termination? (this includes the plug pulling, buttons power, remove the battery, etc.)
The afflicted system has a working CD/DVD (internal or external) drive?
System32 error, you see, is what exactly?
Depends on a few factors, there could be another copy of the file NTLDR in other places on your system, but you have to start on something to find out whether there is or not.
After answering the above questions, I begin to make a CD from Recovery Console bootable XP by running a chkdsk/r, first on your HARD drive and then see what is left to do.
If you have no XP bootable media (or aren't sure you have) create a bootable XP Recovery CD of Console and don't forget (no support for XP not necessary).
This is not the same as recovery disks that may have come to a store to purchase the system.
You can make a bootable Recovery Console CD by downloading an ISO file and burn it to a CD.
The ISO bootable image file you need to download is called:
Download the ISO from here:
Use a new CD and this simple and free program to burn your ISO file and create your bootable CD (do not install UniBlue or the Ask Toolbar - never!):
Here are some instructions for ImgBurn:
It would be a good idea to test your bootable CD on a computer running.
You may need to adjust the computer BIOS settings to use the CD-ROM drive as the first device to boot instead of the hard drive. These adjustments are made before Windows tries to load. If you miss it, you will need to restart the system again.
When you start on the CD, follow the instructions:
Press any key to boot from CD...
Installing Windows... going to pronounce.
Press 'R' to enter the Recovery Console.
Select the installation that you want to access (usually 1: C:\WINDOWS)
You may be asked to enter the password (usually empty).
You should be in the folder C:\WINDOWS. It's the same as the
C:\Windows folder that you see in Solution Explorer.
The Recovery Console allows base as file commands: copy, rename, replace, delete, chkdsk, fixboot, fixmbr, cd, etc.
For a list of the commands in the Recovery Console, type help at the prompt of commands or read on here XP Recovery Console:
A good idea before you start things must first verify the integrity of your file system by using the chkdsk command.
In the command prompt window, run the chkdsk command on the drive where Windows is installed to try to fix any problems on the afflicted player.
Running chkdsk is fine, even if he finds no problem. It won't hurt anything to run it.
Assuming your boot drive is C, run the following command:
CHKDSK C: /r
Let chkdsk finish to correct the problems, he could find.
It may take a long time for chkdsk complete or they seem to be "stuck". Be patient. If the HARD drive led blinks always, chkdsk is something. Keep an eye on the amount of the percentage to be sure that it is still making progress. It may even seem to go back sometime.
You must run chkdsk/r again until it finds no error to correct.
Remove the CD, and then type "exit" to exit the RC and restart the computer.
You have not to set the BIOS to boot the disk HARD since the CD won't be.
I have Windows 7, my computer does not start. I did the Startup Repair and he won't fix it. I did the system configuration information. and that did not help. What to do now? The comment of Bios makes me fear that it could damage my computer forever. What should do? Help, please
Thanks for posting your query in Microsoft Community.
I understand that the computer does not restart even after running Startup Repair and I will be happy to answer your query. I appreciate the efforts made to try to make it work. Let me ask you;
- How do you run the Startup Repair?
- Do you have Windows 7 repair disc?
- Remember to no particular change in the computer before the show?
- Have you plugged an external equipment, except the keyboard and mouse?
- You are able to start the computer in safe mode?
- What is the brand and model of the computer?
Note: BIOS change / semiconductor (CMOS) to complementary metal oxide settings can cause serious problems that may prevent your computer from starting properly. Microsoft cannot guarantee that problems resulting from the configuration of the BIOS/CMOS settings can be solved. Changes to settings are at your own risk.
There could be several reasons why he's not leaving including hardware as well. In addition, it could be because the master boot record (MBR) has been damaged. When you try to use the Startup Repair tool to repair the MBR, the Startup Repair tool indicates that no problem was found or it does not work yet.
If you have any connected USB flash drive or other external devices connected to the computer, if you please, remove them and try to run the Startup Repair tool.
If you haven't tried using Windows 7 repair disc, you can try the following:
1. Insert the Windows 7 disc
2. restart your computer
3. When asked if you want to boot from your DVD player, do it.
4. Select your language, click Next.
5. click on repair your computer
6. Select the operating system you want to repair.
You can also perform the system restore by selecting the restore point when you think it worked very well. System Restore, choose advanced options using the disc.
Important: When you use system restore to restore the computer to a previous state, the programs and updates that you have installed after this date are deleted.
I also recommend to contact the computer manufacturer to get the done diagnostic equipment.
Hope this information is useful. Please feel free to answer in the case where you are facing in the future other problems with Windows.
Original title:CI.dll is corrupt
My computer does not start and goes straight to the Startup Repair. I read the diagnostic tests and get that ci.dll is corrupt. How can I fix this. I can't go in safe mode.
Hello. If the excellent suggestion of engineering support is not a solution, I might suggest looking at your problem in a different way. If after trying to start sound in different modes and after letting windows to attempt to repair himself using tools, you are at the same point, there is an excellent chance that you have a virus rootfit. This variant of the particular virus causes a loop of endless startup repair.
I had to deal with exactly the same problem you just this last weekend, and if I do a job of tech on the side that was new to me. I searched the various forumns filled with good information provided by many who are far more experienced than I am, but finished as a result of my guts and succeed. I'm pasting below 'A' solution, it worked for me and if you are comfortable around your PC, it is a completely physical process of 20 minutes (time includes blow and clean the case...) (-8..) So take a look and see if what worked for me might work for you as well. Good day.
Hello... YOU have a rootkit virus. He goes around, I had to kill one this weekend. Now, my solution, while it is easy for me may not for you. I do a little IT WORKS so I have a converter that transforms all types of disks in usb drives. I just pulled on the desktop player and as soon as I connected it to my laptop, ZoneAlarm on access scanner killed and it was all over. IF you have the possibility of another machine, you can pick up a converter for about $30. If you're like most people, the thought of again is less pleasant to the taste. Now, I am 100% convinced that your repair loop is driven virus, no, but 98% is not bad. Good day!
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