starts waving the mouse [black screen]
Whin I'm away from my computer for a time [30 minutes] it becomes black and not coming back waving the mouse. I have to stop it by the off button and restart it.
What is your system brand and model?
Laptop or desktop?
What is your Version of XP and the Service Pack?
He has already worked or if it never worked?
If it's still 30 minutes, I would check the Power Options that control the behavior of your system after a period of inactivity and how to wake him when he goes to a configurable idle state (move the mouse, click the mouse, press a button, etc.).
Click on this link:
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before starting up the plant, black screen
A friend gave me the laptop since they bought a new. I tried to do a clean install of Windows Vista on a laptop Gateway P6831 FX. After changing the boot order in the bios settings, the dvd starts to spin. The only thing that appears on the screen is a screen black/Bank. I'm never invited with the message 'Press any key to start the installation' to start copying the files for vista.
The Bios recognizes the hard drive (Sata). I don't know what to do at this point. Help, please.
I fixed it. I looked at a few other responses in this forum and used the SATA drivers during the installation of Windows XP. After that, I've upgraded to Vista.
after effects 5.5, mac pro
After starting with a full black screen-edge. Then I have to force quit. Thank you
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 have a HP Pavilion DV5-1234SE, which will not load Windows.
It worked very well, I have stop him - and when I tried to start the next time, be put in place - but will only pass the first black screen with the HP logo. I'm trying to access the start menu, and tried to start in safe mode - but it will not go beyond the black HP screen.
Thanks for the suggestion. I ended up taking to someone and it turns out that the motherboard is fried. (Greaaat!)
Rather than waste $350,00 replacing I'm just going to get a new laptop (not HP).
Saturday, 02/27/10, I left my laptop (Dell Inspiron 1405 E) because I used Studio to produce a couple of videos. When I got up in the morning, he himself had closed. I tried to put on normally, and he said: recovery error windows, then on lists: Launch Startup Repair tool and start windows normally. I tried to do a repair, but it just comes back to the same screen. When I try to boot normally, it shows the progress on the background as usual bar, but then he comes up to a black screen with a mouse pointer. When I run one of the many diagnostic tests, it is said that the BIOS cannot find the operating system loader. I'm pretty adept at computers, but nothing I've tried before reinstalling Vista works. I have files that I need to keep it on the computer, and only a few of them are saved. Please help me soon, as I need for my school musical production on Thursday.
You can access Mode safe? Repeatedly press F8 as you start? If yes you can try Control Panel
-Double click - Driver tab - click on UPDATE driver - device Manager - map - graph
then right click on the device and UNINSTALL - REBOOT.
Another method to try to get to the desktop (try in normal Windows Mode without failure)
is CTRL + ALT + DEL and the processes tab find EXPLORER.exe and END PROCESS on it.
then on the tab Applications - lower right - new task - the type in EXPLORER.exe. Safe mode is
accessible by tapping F8 as you start several times.
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 hotfix is usually a hit or miss
base. That there is no information on a black screen as there is just a blue screen
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 field of efforts.
Here's a video of one of them.
Here's another fix
You have a Vista disk? You can try restoring the system to it. If you do not have the
discs, 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
Restoration, it must only 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). Don't forget to make a good backup or
You can use another DVD that aren't copy protected but you you need to own
If nothing works, you can do a repair installation which should save the data but you will be
Maybe reinstall programs. It also requires the correct Vista disks especially for OEM
versions. You will 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:
(type in a single line or copy / paste a line at a time and then press enter - do not type)
parenthesis or "BOLD")
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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I tried to install Windows 8 with bootcamp using a USB key. It did not work ("" can not do a new partition on this disk or some * like that "") but this, I'm sure that has not affected my install OS X, I've never been format the Bootcamp partition.
So, I leave the Windows installation program, reboot and remove the USB key. Now, I get the black screen that OSX shows when it has no OS, giving me the impression that he wiped / corrupted installation.
But there is a twist. I can not hold option to join the boot device selector, nor can I press CMD + R or retrieve internet. Metal target does not work. I have reset the NVRAM successfully a few times, but it start always black.
I am using a wired keyboard and mouse. I tried to use external SuperDrive with a CD player. As well as USB. I'm lost and I'm an experienced technician, and I admit that I am an iSheep. Then Yes.
(And I didn't get any update of third party other than an SSD, which worked well for centuries)
EDIT: and I reset the SMC EDIT 2: I know also that this probably isn't a hardware problem, I am positive my OS X install and the OS X recovery partition are corrupt. I don't understand why I can't hold option, and I don't understand why the recovery of the internet does not work when you have no recovery partition. I would be grateful if I could start anything, without having to open my Mac.
Do you get a startup chime?
Unplug everything except KB/monitor / power and try to start with the command + R and press the Option key.
If still problem dismantle the Mac and disconnect the internal disks and try again
Try reinstalling the memory
Try an another KB
Original title: vista does not start, the keyboard seems to not work
Vista Start, the dell screen comes the progress bar goes to 100% then I get a black screen that shows the time and the cut off date. I tried to do a reinstall but the keyboard do not seem to react. can not boot from the cd because there is an in there and ejection on the keyboard does not.
Check with Support from Dell, their online documentation, drivers, diagnostics and ask questions in the forums on
Dell support drivers - product manual & warranty Info (left side) - and much more
The drive is just stuck?
For the readers of the status bar:
Sometimes they get stuck. There is a small hole on the front of the CD drive that you can stick a
a paper clip that will release him and the reader to open.
Create a trombone in car Opener
Open a CD/DVD player with a paper clip.
For the readers of the slot:
Check with the manufacturer of system on how do to eject the disc.
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Be careful as you may damage the player using the method below:
You may need to get the driver to work 1 However, this could still work.
The method used on the Mac could work
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Also have heard double tape on a credit card or play can work.
Can you enter/settings (BIOS/CMOS) often F2 because you start?
You can use Safe Mode? Repeatedly press F8 as you start?
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
I hope this helps.
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As indicated in the title, I bought a ti 750 gtx.
The machine had a 620 in gt and works very well with it in. When I install the ti 750 gtx, however, the boot system hangs on a black screen with cursor / underscores and a single beep.
The system is a h8 1203, with a power of 460.
I also have a gts 250, that also installs and works fine. Ive read a little, and there is a problem with this map and the hp system? something about the type of bios? I couldn't quite follow what has been said.
If you upgrade to Windows 8 (UEFI-mode Setup) and apply the BIOS posted updated so you should be able to work to the video card.
Don't forget to create a set of external support of HP recovery before installing a new operating system.
I have an older version of windows on the computer that I use for my children childcare at home. This is Windows 95. Since yesterday, it does allow me to go beyond the black screen. It tells me to insert the startup disk in drive A. After it is inserted, it then goes to a command prompt: (A :\>) I typed in win95, startup, load, sys/win95, and nothing works.)
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I have a toshiba satellite laptop computer with vista. It seems to boot into an operating system, but I don't see a white mouse with a completely black screen pointer. Is it a problem of theme, and in this case how to fix?
Try following the methods provided below and see if it helps:
Try logging in safe mode and check if you are facing the similar question:
If you are able to boot into safe mode, you can try a clean boot
How to troubleshoot a problem by performing a clean boot in Windows
Note: Don't forget to reset the computer to start as usual when you have found the culprit. Follow step 7 on top of the kb article.
I would say that you want to run System Restore in windows recovery mode and check if it helps. See the link below:
I suggest to update the graphics drivers on the manufacturer's Web site, click on the link below:
Also, try to restart the computer by pressing F8 and in the advanced startup options, select Enable VGA Mode and check.
Disconnect external devices and check
Hope this helps,
I was wondering if anyone could shed some light on a problem I have.
About 3 months ago my G10 starts with a black screen startup. I can hear the sound and all qosmio logo. Just impossible to see anything. So, I pushed FN + F5 and it would show the windows xp loading screen. But when it is started in windows. It would be a very low resolution display. So I have to change or push the tv out button twice and it would auto resets.
I was in the bios and changed the beginning of the analogue lcd + rgb display and which will show that during the boot process, but continues to be carried out in low resolution windows.
And if I plug in an external monitor, the two, they just empty.
I tried to re-complete installs, qosmio Player re - install. NVIDIA driver, hotkey utility, display change. But still nowt.
Someone at - it had similar problems? And if yes, could you remedy this?
Yes, I had this earlier on my G10 and this was the beginning of more serious problems. The machine has started to behave more strangely, and it has gotten worse over time, insofar as it would lock up when you watch DVDs and qosmioplayer software has stopped working completely.
I don't know if you have the same problem, but I took for Toshiba technicians and machine ended up going back to them for an overhaul of the system board. = problem solved.
Oddly enough, one of my friends has had exactly the same problem and went through the same process to return the machine; I don't know if it is a problem that affects all G10s!
Hello, I have a Satellite A300D-13 has and the problem is, when I try to start the laptop for most, he tries to boot from the hard drive or the DVD drive but then he just stops and starts again immediately to do the same. In this case 4 or 5 times. Once it seems that it starts well, but the only thing I see is a black screen. And the keyboard does not work either.
If I try several time with closing by pressing the power button (you know who I mean), I managed it starts normally (but such a situation is always annoying). Moreover, it seems that this happens only when I did use the laptop for a while. So maybe it has something to do with the temperature. But more or less 20 ° C in my room.
In the Bios I have change the boot order of the sources (I can't change it much more)
I am grateful for any kind of help.
Thank you for your cooments in advance
The issue could be related to software, but also for the hardware problem.
But first, we have to check if it s a software problem.
You are using the original operating system preinstalled by Toshiba. Is this good?
AFAIK the most recent series of laptop is equipped with HARD drive recovery option.
In this case, the Toshiba Recovery DVD has not been delivered with the laptop but there is an option to create a.
HARD drive recovery option can be used to reinstall and update the operating system.
I would recommend to repair the operating system and reinstall it again by pressing the F8 key. The Advanced Startup menu should appear and then you must choose to repair your computer.
This option will start the recovery procedure and the BONES to relocate again.
Please check if a new facility will improve the situation with Notepad.
In addition, it would be desirable to update the BIOS, if a newer version of the BIOS is available on the European driver Toshibas page.
If this suggestion won't help you then whole notebooks material must be check by a local ASP.
At the start of my TECRA A8 I get a black screen (invalid file Booting from c:\Windows Boot.INI).
Why is this happening?
BIOS update did not resolve it.
I think that an update of the BIOS peut t solve this problem, because there is something wrong with the installation of Windows and the BIOS has nothing to do with it. If don t mix these different things.
In your case, I would like to use the Toshiba Recovery disk to reinstall Windows. This should solve the problem because the disc contains factory settings. After that, you should be able to start Windows again.
Laptop still under warranty.
I recently had a motherboard and replace the HARD drive.
I wanted to install Windows Me, but the BIOS has been defined in the UEFI, and I couldn't start on a USB key.
So I turned on the heritage, booted from the USB and installed Windows very well.
For some stupid reason, I went back to try to change the setting in the UEFI.
Now the laptop turns on, but won't start. I get a black screen, no logo or any what guest to access the BIOS.
I read a little and seems that I have to remove the BIOS battery, let the memory itself to reset the default BIOS settings and try again clear?
If it's important, I re-installed Windows 7 64 bit.
Any help would be appreciated!
Ah, I've solved the problem! Created a boot UEFI active USB key with a GPT partition, using the software of Rufus. And it started from it very well.
Thank you, my Lord and Savior Google.
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