Qosmio G30-126 - black screen after the awakening of the mode standby
If I just put my Qosmio G30 - 126 mode (button or just close the housing cover) sleep it start back only with black screen. HD is being run but nothing else. I have to turn it off and start again with the start-up. Of course come screen with menu to speak of a problem... Don't have pictures. The resolution is minimum, I have to change.
I'm please that reinstallation of the system, it's not what can solve problems.
My question who will pay the time if she will not solve the problems, they said that it will be in all cases.
Why I bought the warranty?
PS. Admin confirms my messages...
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Found this thread and I would like to share my knowledge with your
I had a similar problem several months ago on my laptop with the XP operating system preinstalled.
The MS patch KB917332 helped.
[The monitor does not light when you move the mouse or press a key after you have configured the 'Power Options' settings on a Windows XP SP2 laptop | http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917332]
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I upgraded my laptop HP dv6 to windows 8. I get a black screen after I wake up from sleep mode. as if the monitor has no power.
In fact, I solved the problem by upgrading my graphics card driver.but I was troubled because I thought that it was up-to-date.display the properties of the computer - device manager - adapters - NVIDIA GeForce GT 230 MI have a click right on NVIDIA GeForce GT 230 M, and then clicked on update driver software. He told me that the driver was updated.but I checked the nvidias site. There, I found a newer version.It was confusing. Why windows can't find this newer version?
My laptop never wakes fashion "Eve" and just keep with the dreaded black screen.
If anyone has had this problem or have solutions?
I am currently using a hardware, operating system.
This message can help,
My new laptop L750D 1DQ does not start correctly after the return of the mode "Eve".
The screen is very dark, I can't seem to clear up.
I tried the combination FN + F7, but it does not work (and other shortcut keys do not work ether).
When I restart, the screen works again.
What must I do, so I can start to work after returning from the mode "sleep"?
You are able to change the brightness in Power Options Win 7?
Check this box:
You can choose a power plant that is enabled in the profile of power you use.
You will see the option to adjust the brightness of the plan.
Set the control to the right to increase the brightness. Do this for setting battery and area setting
In addition, you should go to advanced-> display settings
Here, you must choose the brightness of the display and need to change the value of %. This defined the default display brightness when battery and AC power running
So far, what I did is put in the Recovery DVD - ROM product. Then when my computer restarts I was invited to restore my computer failing and said. After that he went through this process, that he told me to remove the disc that I did. Now he only get a black screen after the Toshiba screen that gives me options f2 for Setup and f12 for options.
I don't know what to do now to make my laptop works again. Help, please.
Have you tried to launch the installation of recovery again? Maybe that something was wrong during the first installation, it might have arrived
Then retry the recovery facility and see what happens.
If it doesn't work you should try a normal Microsoft disk so determine if the problem is related to hardware or recovery disk.
recently installed an automatic update of windows 8.1. Now, I get a black screen after the home page. I can load the Task Manager and access the internet. tried to go to the SafeMode to start with f8, but several attempts failed. I updated my graphics driver from AMD today and same black screen. I've also restored sytem to an earlier date using the HP utility with results screen - black even after the home page.
Try the following.
Boot the computer normally and log.
Black screen, old the ctrl and alt keys and press delete.
Select Task Manager.
Click on file and select the new task.
Type rstrui - also enter a tick in the box for "create this task with administrative privileges" - and click on Ok.
When the system restore interface is loaded, choose a restore point at least 48 hours before the opening of session question (IE before the last batch of Windows updates have been applied) occurred initially and then proceed to the system restore.
DP - K
Hi, I have a HP Pavilion DV7 notebook with Windows 7 Home Premium installed on it. A problem I've noticed is that, once I connect to windows during a boot, the screen is black for about 1-2 minutes. After awhile, explorer.exe would with desktop, taskbar and icons. I am concerned about this 1 to 2 minutes of black screen after the boot as it did not exist previously. I know I have options such as restoring the computer laptop back to the default state, or by using the system restore. However, I don't want to lose all my stuff, and with respect to the restoration of the system, I'm not sure when the problem happening, as it was some time ago. I have read a Microsoft article, (http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/why-is-my-screen-black-when-i-start-windows-7) and tried all the steps with the graphics card and the regestry, but nothing seems to work.
-Task Manager is able to open when the screen is black (shows explorer.exe running)
-J' have the drivers on the HP support site
-laptop is HP Pavilion DV7 3024ca
You will need to login using the method of trial and error. Please uncheck all of the MSCONFIG Startup tab and restart the system. If the black screen issue is resolved, then check out an application every time and restart the system. This will help you to identify the program interfere.
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I have windows 7 and get an error message when turning on the computer, then just get a black screen after the message say cannont find script file c:/windows/run.vbs
What can I do?
Enter your bios usually with keys F2 or delete to the first powered
Use default Optimize can be the F5 key and save and exit,
Insert your installation disc or flash media and press F8 or F12 to boot on it
Then use the recovery tools to run the Startup Repair tool.
I have a laptop Qosmio G30-126 and I don't know the key to enter the bios to change real estate for the HARD drive or something... then how to access the bios? What is the key for the bios?
Try pressing the F2 key by turning on the device.
The Toshiba notebooks supported the ESC and then F1 button
If these two options are possible
I have the problem that I am assuming that almost all users of Windows Vista have probably experiences - the black screen with the white cursor lonely after the loading bar 'Microsoft Corporation'. Here are the steps that I tried to solve the problem, but have not yet worked:
- With the help of "last known good configuration" brings back me to the screen and the white slider
- Go into safe mode which brings back me to the screen and the cursor
- Activate the video mode low resolution which brings back me to the black screen and a cursor
- Using Ctrl + SHIFT + ESC to appear during the black screen Task Manager
- CTRL + Alt + Delete does not work on the black screen
- I do not have access to the installation CD, as it was preinstalled on the computer
Yes, as usual, what happened after a windows update - I really should stop waiting for something good to these updates.
I'm under the original version of Vista Home Premium without service pack - these caused a similar problem, but at least I was able to return the system restore.
Thank you in advance, I know how useful these forums can be.
Yes, a new installation of Windows 7 was the way for me. Lucky he composed a back all my documents, however. Thanks for the help all. Unfortunately I have no where near more closely to solve the problem, then when I started.
Windows Vista 64-bit... Black laptop after the latest updates... windows screens will not boot into SafeMode again black screens.
I would suggest trying the following methods and check if it helps.
Try the steps in the following Microsoft article and check if it helps.
Windows Vista or Windows 7 unbootable, and the Startup Repair tool does not resolve the problem:
You can refer to the link below and check the drive for errors:
Warning: when running chkdsk on the drive hard if bad sectors are found on the disk hard when chkdsk attempts to repair this area if all available on which data may be lost.
If the methods mentioned above do not solve the problem, then it would be best to contact the manufacturer of the computer.
For more information, see the following Microsoft article and check if that helps.
Why my screen is black when I start Windows 7? (Applies to Windows vista)
Note: This section, method, or task contains steps that tell you how to modify the registry. However, serious problems can occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. Therefore, make sure that you proceed with caution. For added protection, back up the registry before you edit it. Then you can restore the registry if a problem occurs. For more information about how to back up and restore the registry, click the following article: back up the registry in Windows Vista
I was trying to upgrade windows 7 on a laptop HP Windows 10. The first attempt was via the white windows logo in the taskbar. This attempt was interrupted, probably accidentally turned off the button wifi trying to move the computer. The second time I tried to use windows ten upgraded Installer. I did the usual download and installed up to 99%. He remained on the installation of 99% during the night and the next morning without change. I turned off the computer and he made a series of updates before shutting down for good. When it starts again, it has a black screen but the cursor is there and movable. I tried in safe mode for the repair and restoration of the system, but it did not work. I tried to reset the BIOS to default, but does not. I try to leave the computer turned off for an extended period of time disconnected from the internet to see if that helps. The last attempt to start, windows 7 seems to start but then ends up on the black screen and I held down the power button to stop it. I'd rather upgrade to windows 10 if possible, but if cannot then if can go back to windows 7 will be enough. It worked great on Windows 7 before trying to upgrade, so there is no problems with the computer.
I'll be happy to help you with the problem you have with black screen.
The problem may occur if the video drivers are not updated.
What is the model of your HP computer?
I suggest you follow the suggestions by Sharath Srinivasan replied on August 7, 2015, the link below:
Please reply with the results, we are happy to help you.
I tried to install win10 on a PC running win7. Installation stalled at 99% and I restarted.
Now he still run win7, but once connected, the screen is completely black except for cursor. Features such as the job-work list as it should and in safe mode, the screen is not black after login.
The video card
My video card is "Mobile Intel (R) 4 Series Express Chipset Family" (driver version: 184.108.40.2062) Driver date: 25/08/2010) and windows tells me that the video card (graphics - in my language) is updated to the latest version.
ASUS Pro79I Series. With Windows 7 64 bit
According to the description of the issue you do not get black screen after login in safe mode. For example, there might be a chance that the display driver is either corrupted or need a update. Please, try the steps to uninstall graphics card in Device Manager, uninstall the drivers of device from the list of programs, and then download the latest drivers from the manufacturer's website.
Uninstall the device from Device Manager
- Open the Device Manager
- Expand the section of the graphics card .
- Find the Display card Driver.
- Graphics Driver right click and choose Uninstall.
- Select the check box delete the driver for this device.
- Restart the computer after the uninstall is complete.
Uninstall the drivers of device from the list of programs in the control panel
- Click Start, select Control Panel
- Now, click on programs and select programs and features.
- Find the Display card Driver.
- Display driver card click right and select Uninstall.
- Restart the computer after the uninstall is complete.
Download and install the latest drivers for the graphics card from the Web site of the manufacturer (ASUS)
Hope it would help. If the problem persists post returns with the required information, the current state of your computer and the result of the proposed suggestion, we will be happy to help you.
I have a black screen after windows with no crusor logo and no keyboard work, I just tried all mentioned in the forum, but all of them are just useless happens just after I shutdown or standby or standby extended
I use windows 7 ultimate 32 bit with the latest drivers & updates
What is the code of Bug_Check of BSOD?
Check this thread for more information on using BlueScreenView, MyEventViewer and other methods of
Troubleshoot the BlueScreens - top 3 answers.
Check the code from Bug_Check to Faultwire as shown in the above troubleshooting link.
I hope this helps.
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