I have a black screen when I install Windows 8 on Multiboot with Windows 7?

Hello

I tried, again and again, to install Windows 8 on a custom installation, so that I could Multiboot Windows 7 and 8 together.
I already have a genuine Windows 7 Ultimate installed, and I purchased Windows 8 PRO download site Australian Microsoft windows, the operating system on my computer (using software that I installed from the windows Web site once I bought it), and burned the Windows 8 PRO ISO on a DVD.
I did a forum on how to use disk management to create a partition for Windows 8, it's not the problem.
Once I run the Windows 8 installation DVD in the Boot menu, I entered my product key and the installation continues its way and the computer restarts like twice, but the third restart it comes up with a black screen! I waited 15 minutes, but still nothing around. I also tried different ways to install Windows 8 on a multi boot (as I don't want to lose Windows 7 and all my files - I NEED multiboot), but she always ends up with a black screen with no end!
Someone please help me, as now Im left without windows!
Thank you
-RJ
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Hey

I found a solution for the problem of black screen!

Thank you to all the guys who have tried to help me solve this problem. I really appreciate it!

There seemed to be a problem with my monitor, or my graphics card drivers and windows installation 8.

The solution has been found on the HP forums, at this link:

http://h30434.www3.HP.com/T5/notebook-display-and-video-e-g-Windows-8/Installing-Windows-8-upgrade-black-screen-after-Windows-8/TD-p/1974699

And thanks to cSalman on this forum, he wrote:

WINDOWS INSTALLATION PROCESS 8 EVEN AFTER THE VACUUM OF THE COMPUTER SCREEN:

  1. In MSCONFIG, uncheck "Load Startup items". Disable everything in the 'Services' tab and then restart the computer.
  2. Install windows 8. After 1 restart, the screen will become empty.
  • Connect another monitor/TV with your laptop / desktop.
  • Your windows process 8 installation display on 2nd monitor/TV, but will remain empty in the 1st monitor.
  • Complete all the installation process of windows 8.
  • Once done, change the settings of the monitor to windows. OR simply close the lid of the laptop and open back

MY EXPERIENCE:

  • In my case, what happened, I was installing Windows 8 to my Toshiba laptop.
  • I did 2nd TV monitor and installation process begin to show in it, while the laptop screen remains black all the time.
  • After complete installation, my laptop screen stays black and would not be ' t difficulty even with the help of response from Microsoft Support.
  • So they rise to more expert and I suppose me to receive the call from them the next day.
  • Same day that I started to watch a movie with my TV monitor, then I thought allows me to close the lid of the laptop.
  • As I closed the lid of the laptop, TV erased, so I opened the lid laptop back again.
  • As I opened the rear lid, windows 8 has detected the laptop screen and started working

------------------------

And Voila! After disabling all services and startup items in windows 7, then using my TV as my monitor, I was able to complete the installation of Windows 8 and now I'm happy!

Thanks again,

RJ

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