Vista Start black normal & all Security Modes, restore fails, screensaver ŒUVRES

Yesterday (18/06/09) I installed a few new updates, but is not a restart.  Today, the system was sitting idle (, but nobody use it) and we had a power failure.  Restart the system wanted to make a volume control.  During the audit, he found a bunch of bad index entries.  The files went flying by pretty fast, but I could tell that many of them had something to do with Media Center.  Then later in the repair of the volume, she added a bunch of orphaned files.  I couldn't give a sense these files because all the entries were similar to Hex IDs.

So that brings us to today.  The system starts with black screen with a mouse pointer.  System knows I have 2 monitors connected & I can move the mouse between the two monitors.  With the help of other boots (via F8 in the boot menu) produced similar results, except in safe mode boots, the system does not know the 2nd monitor.  CTRL-ALT-DEL does nothing.  (Do NOT bring up the Task Manager.)  The SHIFT key to display the Sticky Keys dialog box.  After a while, the screen saver turns on.  With screensaver KB/mouse activity outputs and system back to black screen.

All the security startup black screen Modes.
Low-resolution video starts with black screen.
Black screen on startup of the diagnostic Mode.
Directory Services Restore Mode reports all my disks are clean and black screen on startup.
Sleep key works.  Wake up, the system returns to black screen.

OK, here's a little recap... BLACK SCREEN!

So next I tried the repair your computer...

Log in to my account admin OK.  Then I tried to Startup Repair which could not detect a problem.  Then I tried the system restore.  System Restore is all my restore points registered in April ' 09.  System Restore Gets an error and fails to load any restore point.  I have two different messages depending on what point of restoration, I try.

2 most recent restore points are of yesterday and today and the updates, I just installed but never rebooted before the power failure disk check.  When I try these 2 restore points, I get the following:

The configuration register is corrupted. (0x800703F1)

If I try the old restore points, I get:

Cannot open the file transactionally, because its identity is function
on the outcome of a transaction not resolved.  (0x80071AA7)

Reading through the error of this last web messages makes me think to there is a bad dependency in the update / restore of the system process.  If pending updates become corrupt, old restore points will fail.  Is this true?
I can boot from a CD-ROM of 3rd party and see my programs and data on the disk.  I did a full inspection, but it seems that all of my stuff is still there.

So finally I tried to reinstall my Vista system, and my only option is to replace my entire system.  The update option is grayed out.  I used to be able to do a re-install/upgrade to update in the old days (XT & before), but it seems that it's not possible with Vista.  It would be great if I had my old system before SP1, and then I could re - install SP1 & all of my updates.  But it would be impossible for me to recreate my 1 TB from scratch system.  Simply, I have enough DVDS to back up a lot of data.

Is there a solution to my boot at the digital black problem, or I'm really screwed?  A reasonable solution is much appreciated.



I can access shared folders on the blackened on Vista machine.  I created my user account on another computer (Win XP) and am also able to access all my user files.  In addition to the screen saver and the sticky keys work, it seems that file sharing works also.  However, the printer share and office remotely (using Ultra VNC) do not work.


Hey Ken, I just reread your post previous and tried your procedure.  Are your steps to perform a repair install on Windows site:

1. Insert the Windows installation disc in your computer's DVD or CD drive. You must start Windows installation while running your existing version of Windows.

2. on the Install Windows page, click install now .

3. on the get updates for installation page, we recommend getting the latest updates to help ensure a successful installation and to help protect your computer against security threats. You will need an Internet connection to get the installation updates.

4. on the Type your product key for activation , we strongly recommend that you type your 25-character product key in order to avoid problems during activation.

5. on the page Please read the terms of the license , if you accept the license terms, click I accept the terms of the license .

6. to the which type of installation you want? page, click upgrade to begin the upgrade. You can see a compatibility report.

7 follow the instructions.

Note : If your installation disc doesn't include SP1 , and you are updated, then you must uninstall it before proceeding with an update install. Start-> Control Panel-> programs-> see installed updates , then select Service Pack for Microsoft Windows and click on Uninstall.

Unfortunately, I'm stuck on the first step.  Start a Windows installation when executing my existing version of Windows when my existing version of Windows starts with a black screen, and the only interaction of console, I am able to do what a screen saver and the Sticky Keys dialog box?  What is the trick to start installation?  I can't find.  Is there a way to launch the installation with the keys dialog box to sticky?

In addition, in the case where I, how to uninstall SP1 from a black screen?  The dialog box of the sticky keys which they as well?

I know that other messages that other users could not bring up the Task Manager with CTRL-ALT-DELETE.  As I said in my original post, I can't do it.  THE ONLY THING THAT WORKS FOR ME IS THE STICKY KEYS DIALOG BOX.  So I do not buy any version of Vista at all costs will have what I need because Windows Vista just can't do a re - installed on-site if your Windows Vista is not running after a black screen.  Right?

I'm getting very frustrated and would be very grateful for any help.  I just can't figure how to get the computer do anything when the only thing it starts is a black screen.  And none of my restore points can be restored.  I thought that the system restore has been the goal of the restoration of the system.  Why my Vista system locks my system restore? I don't understand!

I think that this last update not to not fill properly and locked up my system.  Is it possible for me to undo than a black screen or a Setup disk?

BTW, Western Digital diagnostics transmitted without error.  Then at the command prompt on my Vista disk, I ran chkdsk and it fixed some files.  I think they were just left by a system restore failed.  So I ran sfc from the command prompt using sfc/scannow damaged = c: \ /offwindir = c:\windows.  He ran for a while and there was no violation of integrity.  If the drive seems fine.  Are there tools that can help me find the problem?  Is that what I can do to restore the registry to an earlier time manually?

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    Microsoft windows Vista (single choice)

    "to specify an option fo this choice, press F8."


    "windows memory diagnostic"

    (diagnosis of memory showed no problem) by pressing TAB toggles between Vista and the diagnosis.

    I tried to boot with external USB hard drive connected and not connected.   the touch pointer was not working, but was erratic.   Sometimes, I could use a USB wireless mouse when it is started in safe mode.   recently the media player would not charge unless I restarted.  (before the system does not at all which is the theme of this original problem).

    When I try to start using f10, I get a screen that seems to ask for entry. the cursor is held after the detecthal of the line as below. What could of entry to enter the boot to continue?


    / noexecute = optin /detecthal

    me. surprised... the problem was that my power supply was low.   the adapter provided enough power for the laptop, most of the time.  but sometimes for laptop needs more power that the adapter could supply... so the laptop would be closed.   When I tried a different power adapter in a store, the fully charged laptop and my problem was solved.  lost a lot of time because I didn't know that the power supply was the problem!

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