Blank Blue Screen With Mouse Arrow After Xp Splash Screen
I have tried put a new flat screen monitor on the system and that didn't help! Any thoughts on how I should proceed to diagnose and fix this Black Screen problem? Report mrtiny01051985 2Posts Saturday March 13, 2010Registration date March 13, 2010 Last seen - Mar 13, 2010 at 06:23 PM thanks man. I have the same problem. http://pdfdx.com/blank-blue/blank-blue-screen-xp-pro.html
Report Sainsas- Apr 5, 2009 at 05:43 AM i think ur problem with display resulation, when you have try to logon with safe mode it willbe ok right? Of course you do, since we are the official jimmywalt's technical support team. my boot menu did not have an option for "enable VGA" but it did have a setting for "Enable lower resolution" Report J-DOG- Jun 12, 2010 at 07:14 PM Thank you Share deals, money-saving tips, and more.
Join our site today to ask your question. The same Black Screen problem also occurs when I boot into Safe Mode. At the next screen, if it detects that Windows is already installed it will ask if you want to do a Repair Install. yours is laptop or desktop?
I replaced the VGA cable, tried a different monitor, even tried a new hard drive. So no need for a windows repair (which in my case didn't work anyway). First, try clicking on startup and say disable all, then say apply. I happened to have a wireless keyboard and wireless mouse which turned out to be the cause of the problem.
Problem overted! Yesterday I un-installed, driver cleaner, re-installed and things are working again normally. 0 Dospac 11 Years Ago Actually it wouldn't be DEP, that'd just bluescreen. No errors. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/all/blank-blue-screen-after-welcome-in-windows-xp/50ffa4c2-d50f-4bc5-a3cb-847f6383f896 Now whenever I turn on the computer I'm given the option of turning on the computer normally or in startup repair mode...but no matter which option it's the same result.
This happens every morning, goes black on first start up and is fine on second (starting in normal mode, not safe more or anything). Was able to get to the HD with acroplis and make a backup. If no one else gets to you, I will pick it up tonight or tommorrow. Yesterday, I ran Raxco PerfectDisk disk defrag and TuneUp RegistryCleaner.
Windows is just not loading the GUI. Happens with certain chipsets (I've seen it with Intel) when put together with certain controllers in the USB device. I stand alone but I stand as the gaurdian for whom I wish to protect. After I reinstalled my system, I had the same problem as you guys all have.
For I shall not move. navigate here Liquidlen's idea made me think to try booting in "Safe Mode with Command Prompt" and then switching to the CD ROM Drive ( D: ) and lauching the Win XP setup. If that works, run the drive test and see what it says. Add FAQ's, Links and other Relevant Information by clicking the edit button in the lower right hand corner of this message.
I can't even load Safe Mode, and the CD may or may not load, because I can't see the screen. and also the last time I used it working correctly it was hooked up via S-Video to a TV, so I think its doing the same as yours was sensorsmile. That way, you can be sure that system files are copied from your Windows installation media, and are not infected with malware or corrupted. Check This Out Could it be the video card?
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just cleaned my processor heatsink and fan with full of dust and fumes and poofs my PC is "UP" again.
Quick Summary view historyUsers like you can add images, links and other relevant information about this topic. Reinstall? 03-18-2009, 07:13 PM #11 jenae Moderator - Microsoft Support Join Date: Jun 2008 Location: Sydney Posts: 6,867 OS: XP, Vista, Seven, & a whole host you Helpful +6 Report Marosisko Nov 2, 2008 at 04:27 PM IF you have Nvidia drivers then setting something in Save Mode is imposible so just UNINSTAL them in SAVE MODEand then this contact form Does it look "on target"?
I just did as Goatboy suggested: Safe Mode + Device Manager + Uninstalled graphics card + Reboot = Success. I... (more)FunnyStuff (Dec. 17, 2008 @ 4:23p) | I've seen av2009 cause all sorts of issues, but one thing is for sure - I would not connect to the Internet I ran SpinRite and Western Digital disk diag software on the hard drives....no problems found. And this person WILL freak out....
I can boot off a Vista install disk but any of the repair options have not helped. I would use an XP disk and do "repair installation". Be especially wary of Excel files which may contain malicious content. thanks to all the people that said the same thing that are too many to mention.
A printer is attached too but is most of the time turned off.I don't know what is causing this problem because its only been a few days since the OS was I can move the cursor, but nothing happens. Join the community here. Then made another scan and all errors where solved.
and go for a format clean re-install of Windows Use updated files for the SATA Also I suspect the Vid drivers you updated may be at least a part of the If so, attempt a repair install. I have:Did not load driver \SystemRoot\System32\drivers\vga.sysDid not load driver \SystemRoot\system32\drivers\mfeavfk.sysDid not load driver \SystemRoot\System32\DRIVERS\srv.sysThanks,Andy pateldevang035Nov 27, 2012, 11:06 AM hey chintan,i saw that ntblog.txt and it is full of drivers which Thanks for your brillance.
nothing to do with my videocard. I'd backup the data then try a Repair Install. If that didn't work either, then you may have a graphics card issue. Soon as I disabled it in the start-up programs, problem went away forever.
Aug 22, 2005 #6 ELW TS Rookie Topic Starter Previous good config Thanks for the sugestion Liquidlen.