Blank Blue Screen On Startup Xp
But fixed solution is low level formet with various utility. If not, please post that here. they were quite expensive =( Helpful +3 Report ppe Feb 8, 2009 09:16PM Antivirus 2009, malware bug, is eating all our systems... 1 2 Next Ask a question Member requests are Windows opens to blank blue screen Discussion in 'Software' started by r2d2waldo, Jan 23, 2010. have a peek here
Idea is from people who use several (diferent or the same) ops on the same machine (and I do that for some time in the past very very long time ago...) If not then we need to look into software issues. I plugged in the pc at my house and attempted to boot up, saw the Windows XP boot screen that you normally see at boot up. If you CAN boot into a usable system, then get an external USB drive and copy your important files to it (unless you already have a backup somewhere).
Before posting on our computer help forum, you must register. The same thing happens if I just try to run Windows using the Windows XP disc Logged BroniMastermind Kraków my love :)Thanked: 613 Computer: Specs Experience: Experienced OS: Windows 8 Re: please HELP ! [Solved] (Solved) Helpful +81 Report krillinng Jun 6, 2009 12:46AM Uhm wow alot of people have this problems eh, well ME 222222!!!!!
There could be a program that's hanging as the system boots and keeping the system from booting up all the way.Also, have you OverClocked any components? The computer does not respond to pressing ctrl-alt-del and reset. Support Our customer experience team is here around the clock - real people ready to assist. I mentioned that I wasted (I mean "spent") about 3 hours last night trying to resolve this and was still unable.
The current drivers have been out for quite a while and I don't think this is a typical problem.Again, if all that you've installed is Windows + nVidia + a game, If anyone can help I would be very much apprecitive. Thanks to happyrock 0 #7 ubonline Posted 01 January 2010 - 03:30 PM ubonline Member Topic Starter Member 33 posts Reactor, capacitors look fine, just put in a new battery and https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-blank-blue-screen-with-mouse-arrow-after-xp-splash-screen.870326/ All rights reserved.
If that works, run the drive test and see what it says. This is very important to know. 0 Advertisements #11 ubonline Posted 01 January 2010 - 05:27 PM ubonline Member Topic Starter Member 33 posts Everything saved without problem. Sounds like some of the login files are corrupt. if those are even drivers?
JUST DARK BLUE SCREEN AFTER SPLASH SCREEN Blue screen, then disc check, now locked after "loading operating system" solved [HELP!]Blue screen when loading Windows7. http://forums.majorgeeks.com/index.php?threads/windows-opens-to-blank-blue-screen.208703/ Thank You! This often works for resolving this issue, and you should give it a shot before proceeding.4. it should solve your problem.
If defective replace.5. navigate here Shop through FatWallet for deals from your favorite stores. I generally recommend to customers to purchase a new hard drive for $50, then all of their data will still be available on the old drive once Windows has been reinstalled. and find a getdata back software, it will help you recover your documents, it work on my end...
Thread Status: Not open for further replies. Do a Check-Disk by typing in the command CHKDSK C: at the C:Windows prompt. I was concerned about the capacitors, as I had a frighteningly similar incident before the capacitors around the CPU hatched like rotten eggs. Check This Out then you start win xp set up cd ...
I cant seen to think what else the problem might be though. If that machine doesn't have the F12 diagnostic you should grab a tester, maybe from Seagate (it's free on their site and will work with any brand drive) and make a minidrag Senior Member - 5K posted: Dec. 15, 2008 @ 9:56p jaburg - If the MBR was messed up it wouldn't get to Windows at all.
rshaffer61, Yes, it is genuine XP CD from when I bought computer.
I'm not even sure if you can downgrade to w98 but anywho when I load it, it pretty much does the same thing and leads me back to this "BSOD" : Then check all the cables in your machine to make sure they are seated properly. All rights reserved. I will give that a shot.
You've backed up all the data, including the PST, right? And this person WILL freak out.... You'll see a calendar with highlighted dates. this contact form jimmywalt Senior Member - 6K posted: Dec. 16, 2008 @ 9:14a Thanks everyone.Yes, as Minidrag pointed out early in the thread it's not the BSOD.
At this point it probably isn't worth wasting more time on. I have found through trial and error that I can press F2 during the load screen to bring up BIOS and F11 to bring up this whole "what's in the A: Let me know if you also have, if yes, then my conclusion is correct Report kyle- Dec 7, 2008 01:41AM hey ya to the last post, my brother just got a Since you can't start your machine, no matter what, this means, you can't save your files, make repairs or anything else.
Helpful +53 Report funzi Apr 10, 2010 06:27AM My PC boots, then XP Startup after displays a blue screen quickly that I cant read and then reboot again, Please help Helpful If it doesn't fix the problem, you may have a hardware related problem that's causing freezes during boot-up sometimes. Boot from the Windows XP CD into the Recovery Console.