I have service pack 3 installed and yet I still have a black screen with the message of counterfeiting

I have service pack 3 is installed, but I still have a black screen with the message of counterfeiting. I am a beginner of the computer



(1) you are able to log the desktop computer?

(2) when exactly you get the black screen?

(3) you receive an error message on black screen?

(4) have you made any changes to the computer before the show?

Please provide more information on the issue so that we can better help you.

In the meantime, try the methods below and check if the problem persists.

Method 1:

In case you receive a black screen on startup of the computer, and then try the steps of troubleshooting provided in the link below.

Computer stops responding with a black screen when you start Windows XP


Method 2:

If you are able to start the computer and you get the black screen at the level of the office without wallpaper then try the procedure described in the link provided below.

After the Windows Logo appears or after you log in to Windows, a Windows XP computer cannot display the wallpaper, a black screen or a blue screen


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