Windows Vista - white screen

Original title: David

I have windows vista installed on my pc and after the latest updates to microsoft my monitor stuck on a white screen on startup upward.

As the screen is blank I can't access settings,

At a loss, what to do, thanks in advance to anyone who can help.

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Hi #aakkam , since you were the only one to answer my question, I thought it's only fair to let you know what was the fault!   (It was the monitor) I swapped it for the wife monitor and hay presto my pc was perfect without any abandonment of the black screen, I ordered a new monitor today, so thank you once again for your help.

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