Hoping that all application that is still loaded in the memory will dissipate and then I can reboot again. Thanks for posting. Now the manufacturers assume that computers sit in air-conditioned comfort all day. Its my first time using vista and I really hate it. his comment is here
After screwing around with my laptop I began to think that maybe it was just overheating. Thaddaeus Tintenfisch (thad-fisch-deactivatedaccount) on 2015-01-21 summary: - monitor shows black screen and "no input signal" after turning the- monitor off and on manually+ [DisplayPort] monitor shows black screen and "no input If it was a problem of overheating, the computer screen should now show the system booting normally. 3. Disconnect everything 2. https://www.eightforums.com/graphic-cards/27305-monitor-shows-black-screen-after-been-turned-off-manually.html
If the external monitor works, the trouble is with the display or its cables. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Windows Vista forum 48 total posts (Page 1 of 2) 01 02 Next Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer Newbies I was in major urgency and u solved it in a bang!!
h. Display Setups in Customization I hadn't thought of this option for the longest time, until this past week when putting a fourth monitor in place. You see your asus, samsung or whatever boot logo :) 02/16/2016 by Kris Patel great = worked for me too - thanks 02/17/2016 by mmorrisonuk My Toshiba satellite AMD A4 is Vista Black Screen Fix Thaddaeus Tintenfisch (thad-fisch-deactivatedaccount) on 2014-05-17 affects: xfce4-power-manager (Ubuntu) → xfce4-settings (Ubuntu) Paul V.
turned that off on both, and POOF now the screen sleeps again! Black Screen On Startup Windows 7 If it comes up follow directions to restore it to a previous time before the trouble began. The hdd start spinning but no boot up sequence seen. Same quick black screen again and then the PC tries to reboot.
Before using an XP boot CD and running checkdisk (which may remove files or cause you to reformat the whole drive), if you feel brave, you may want to slave your "windows 7" Black Screen Solution Press ENTER to setup XP on the computer (fresh start- all setting go back to default) g. However, beginning in mid-April, I started having the exact same problem again. Compaq Presario F732NR, Windows Vista.
Report gwr- May 5, 2010 at 12:11 PM hey nabylion I am haveing the same problem let me know if you find the answere at Email Id removed for security Helpful This worked. Black Screen On Startup Windows 10 I am running Windows Vista 64 Home Premium on my Dell Inspiron 1545 laptop. "windows 7" Black Screen Fix Before you re-install the operating system, check out http://support.microsoft.com/kb/312369/ b.
thank you so much!! this content Nothing was working until I came across a button (fn). Without encountering any trouble, until this showed up after i dropped those games for months.-The tests i ran: (more likely the tests i can run with my knowledge limit)First I thought Otherwise, assume your machine needs the gpu reflowed and don't trash it! Vista Black Screen
Can't do college without my laptop I was totally freaking out!! 07/06/2016 by Rebekah Rogers My toshiba laptop powers on and the display is visible all the way until after I If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). Can't find your answer ? weblink You are a live saver I thought we we going to have to go out and buy another computer right away.
And I for one feel extremely ripped off, so I'd really like to smack the hell out of all of them...greedy S.O.B.s.I can tell you this...if this doesn't get corrected soon, Black Screen Of Death Vista Thank you very much for giving out this idea. Next, unplug the computer and remove the battery.
Thank you. 07/13/2015 by Suz Worked for me, too! Report ABKM- Feb 26, 2010 at 12:35 PM So, if you can't get into your computer, how do you scan for viruses? I can ge to the bios screen. Windows Vista Boots To Black Screen No Cursor Why would every person commenting, mention the OP by username?
Find a different power supply outlet (or power strip) for the monitor and computer and try to reboot the computer again. by faelnar / October 11, 2008 1:44 PM PDT In reply to: Vista Won't Boot (Black Screen) After Bad Windows Update I have an expensive Toshiba R500 that last week just and above all the stress :) January 21 by Marcel or poorly seated RAM - before you go out and buy a new MoBo... http://easylinkr.com/black-screen/linux-mint-17-black-screen.php It asks the simple things such as "Run in safe-mode, Run with Command Prompt, run with default before this occurred, or run normally.) Either one of these I press it just
But after a day or so, FireFox also started freezing up just like IE 7.So, not matter WHAT I have done, the browser still ultimately freezes up, and I still do FILE -> New Task -> typed -> EXPLORER.EXE It booted up finally. It most likely is caused by the hard drives not being configured correctly for Vista. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Just so you know.
I have an AMD Radeon RX480, using the open-source drivers. It worked on the first go with me! And who know after 2 days it's alive again. HELP ME.
THE DAY IS MINE!!! I have been having to reboot to gain normal access. Then, Press Shift + F8 + Power button at the same time, and my laptop switched on. Thanks! 02/26/2016 by marie Wow, f8/shift/power worked for me..thanks 02/28/2016 by Jacqueline Atugarurirwe f8/shift/power it's worked !!! 03/01/2016 by Pijar Muhammad I have this problem.
January 6 by Haitham Jajo Same problem- dark screen but you can hear it start up. That's how people are solving, dear. please email me at Email Id removed for security Helpful +11 Report Ahnnie Jan 12, 2010 at 06:23 AM Hi, I had the same problem and after 3 1/2 hrs later Took me a hour to get the right thing but that's what I did.
Looks like it is linux kernel or ubuntu desktop issues. I did that and it worked fine. I can see where folk would think it's an update but after thousands of machines I have yet to see this issue. Make a boot disk (see http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314503 for instructions for XP) d.
The problem cannot be so difficult to solve as it does not happen in 2b) and especially in 2a) mentioned before. Please try again now or at a later time. This could happen at any time during the lifecycle of the computer. I could still see the cursor and Ctr+alt+delete still worked.