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Which is what it says about explorer immediately after logon. All submitted content is subject to our Terms of Use. None of us are rich, I am sure. This seemed to start several month ago after installing AIM.  My system restore at that point didn't clear the issue, and I must have 100 hours in trying to resolve this.  weblink

It gets to a certain point where there is a black screen, and won't continue to shut down. Not only it's slow. Maybe it was a coincidence? After 5 hours, I restarted the computer and it showed the compaq loading screen and then after that, the black screen with just a cursor.

Windows Vista Home Premium Black Screen After Login

Seriously!  Too bad it took two FULL days of hacking to find this fix.Hope its helpful. Should I report it? So i click close and then i sit @ the black screen w/ my cursor w/ the rest of you.I checked the registry and indeed i had some pretty funky looking

I worked on this for 2 days. Your wife will leave you, your kids will turn into drug addicts. Working... Black Screen Of Death Vista You see many NVIDIA cards even though they say they are compatible with Vista they aren’t, so when your video card NVIDIA needs to communicate with the OS (like for controlling

For some reason I decided to try something. Windows Vista Black Screen With Cursor After Login It works so well..... I have HP6910.Hope that make sense.Good luck, Anonymous Hi James, Thx for yout help. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - I hear some are very upset over this.

The tech at my house agrees with me on this. Vista Black Screen Solution Lastly, this all seemed to start when i installed SP1. That's all to it.I'm really confused about this machine. Anonymous Thank you sooo much i followed your instructions and it really did work..even though i couldn't find the lsass.sys.

Windows Vista Black Screen With Cursor After Login

I was able to browse the image and find the userinit.exe file and I copied it back to where it was supposed to be which is the "system32" folder. you could try here Then go to the "Compatibility" tab. Windows Vista Home Premium Black Screen After Login I was able to open a command prompt with my restore partition but sadly I lack the knowlege to make much use of it and the command prompt isn't being run Vista Black Screen After Login Fix I'd also do a checkdisk for good measure (chkdsk /F).

I hope you'll come back and try the solution offered here! have a peek at these guys And Symantec's Norton System Works has had runtime errors when I've run WinDoctor. I popped it out, popped it back in, the system now boots every time. Just click the "Finish" button and then "OK". Windows Vista Black Screen After Login No Desktop Show Up

  1. Since this happened to me, there have been about a dozen updates at least.
  2. I powered it off and started it up again only to discover it was completing installing updates. (Never mind that I have auto updates disabled...) When it started up again I
  3. If it comes up follow directions to restore it to a previous time before the trouble began.

McGrath:Guest Appearance as GodGreen Lights and PrivilegeBlogging from a PhoneTrump or Vader? « Quote of the Day (Philip K. Thursday, July 30, 2009 8:19 AM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote All I do is:1. open task manager (ctrl + shift + esc)2. by R. http://advogato.net/black-screen/windows-8-black-screen-after-login.html HELP lol Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Black Screen Of Death on Windows Vista Home Premium by faelnar / September 29, 2008 1:59 PM PDT In reply to:

Is there anything I can do to get my machine up and running? Sfc Scannow Open regedit and go to: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System Right-click in the right-hand pane and create a new 32-bit DWORD value called PromptOnSecureDesktop, setting the value to 0. Indicator lights on the battery is ok and the plugin icon on the indicator means that it recognizes that the laptop is plugged.

I am sitting here deciding whether I want to trade in one relatively annoying problem (black screen after login and "temporary profile loaded" after login) for a possible myriad of other

I first had the problem with a BSOD after updating Windows in early March, 2009. Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to topics and forums, creating a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site. I would go through the procedure of allowing the auto repair to run all the way through, then wind up using System Restore to undo the updates. Mr.

But after reading this thread, realized that I have also been experiencing black screen issues. Even moreso certain models. file i did uncheck the other files that couldn't be found then restarted and NO Black screen! this content For me, the login screen didn't even appear.

I did upgrade my UniBlue Registry Booster to the 2009 version, which helps. After I was able to log into Vista again, I opened the minidump file in Windows Debugger. It worked like a charm to me. Black screen or blue when i created a new user.