Computer now put in hibernation, Vista will not boot. Computer stuck on black screen after startup. Help?

I put my computer on 'Hibernate' when I went to bed. When I woke up, I started the computer learned to manufacturer (HP) computer screen introduction as usual, but windows doesn't not load afterwards, as he usually does: I just get a black screen. Lights supply and all the rest are on. Just nothing happens. Any ideas?

Can I use the firmware from HP (I guess that's what it is) to confirm that my memory and hard drive are very good. I tried Googling the problem, and some signs indicate a problem with the powercfg parameter. I can't get in cmd.exe to reset because I can't get into windows (although through HP firmware, I can enter in "Administrator: X:\windows\system32\cmd.exe - cmd", which seems the same, but the orders that I see offered on websites do not seem to work - help?). Ditto with Safe Mode. I don't have Vista installation disc.

Any help is very appreciated.

Hello

You need to contact HP and install recovery disks command to perform a repair.

http://h10025.www1.HP.com/ewfrf/wc/contacthp?LC=en&DLC=en&cc=us

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    Rob Brown - MS MVP - Windows Desktop Experience: Bike - Mark Twain said it right.

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