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Black Screen After Reboot - Safe Mode Stops At Driver Agp440.sys

here's what happens. My XP HD used in AMD dual core is a clone of a 2.8GHZ Intel Pentium 4 Win XP sp2 that runs AOK All clones used Acronis not sysprep Interesting problem It finished then went to the desktop. This was not a BSOD but a black screen. http://swapshaker.com/black-screen/safe-mode-blank-screen-help.html

Trying to update to GTX 1080, but won't register in device manager. If Windows starts, you need a new Power Supply!! To all who land here in desperation... I'm happy now.

Im 19 and my life is pretty much in my PC. Good luck. It solved it. By hitting the space bar, you will be able to scroll a page at a time.

  1. What has happened?
  2. if nothing proceed to plan C.
  3. Normal Windows worked fine and Spywarebot seemed to be working fine.
  4. I have had this fault occur two or three times in the last year - either after removal of software or a crash (rare).
  5. It loads drivers until AGPCPQ.SYS and go to black screen and starts to reboot again.
  6. Thanks a million!!
  7. much appreciated Changing the case should not make a difference but you can try it.
  8. Unfortunately, that system file is not on the XP disk.I just did a little research and may have a solution.

Recently I also found I could no longer boot into Safe Mode on my computer. did that. Terms of Use Back to the main Windows PC topics page video help | post reply | read more Windows XP Pro won't boot, safe mode boot hangs at agp440.sys location: microsoft.com - date: October 16, 2012 I can't boot either Normal

Moreover, when booting in normal mode, this driver isn't loaded at all! (My system partition is NTFS). I believe this laptop's problem stems from a crash during heavy 'game-play' in a graphic intensive app so I thoroughly inspected the ../../sys~32/drivers file using knoppix 4 on CD I could I found that by forcing it off ,( change properties of file to not read only and edit value in notepad , save file and set back to read only ) Helpful +11 Report christb Aug 17, 2009 10:10PM If you are unable to boot up to windows maybe youre windows is corupted.

It appears locked. Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? For some reason now when I enter the Safe Mode it starts loading normal but when it's time to enter the GUI display it reboots. That clears it up doesn't it!

Jan 2, 2009 #22 paulj89 TS Rookie it worked, just a tip, run the system check option before, seems things get lot smoother thereafter Apr 23, 2009 #23 kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Last edited by ihaterouters; 02-10-11 at 01:10 PM. I have made no hardware or firmware or any changes since last successful boot. So If you are having the same agpcpq.sys problem update your bios.

I don't have a windows disk, have made a usb bootable repair disk but can't access bios to change t video help | post reply | read more Black Screen waking check my blog No mouse. Now wait untill windows finish inspecting youre instalation. Through much trial and error I found that by unchecking Load System Services under MSconfig...

all i hear is the cd drive. If you have this fault. Here is a link to a Phoenix and Award BIOS FAQ that provides additional BIOS related information and troubleshooting steps If your system is overclocked, Try reverting to the original standard this content same kdcom.dll.

Sign up now. THATS THE PROBLEM FIX: COMMAND PROMT, TYPE IN CONVERT C: /FS:NTFS USE WHAT EVER WAY YOU CAN TO GET TO A COMMAND PROMPT. So I re-checked the non-microsoft services back on 3 at a time, checking for Safe Boot each time.

I went into Control Panel...

Thank you! I will pick the machine up tomorrow and see.My (very negative) thinking is that the hard disk is failing and corrupting some I/Os. tps95Jan 22, 2011, 2:24 AM Final comment: My disk does have a bad sector and that seems to cause a lot of logical problems that are caught by chkdsk. hal.dll) no change resulted.

Thanks! put the cd in. That was found on a Microsoft certificate of authenticity sticker found of the back of my PC. have a peek at these guys Run CHKDSK /F to check for hard drive corruption, and then restart your computer.

So I sent the machine off to a repair shop.The repair shop says it is fixed, am not convinced. I expect this post to be useful. Most of them, by the way, deliberately cripple your PC in some shape or form, and then sell you the solution......CAVEAT EMPTOR. (Buyer beware, for the semi-illiterate) May 17, 2008 good ppl Dec 19, 2008 #20 lwr TS Rookie manwex: "They offered me an immediate refund OR to guide me through the fix." If that was your experience with MoonValleySoft,

Then there is a flurry of HD activity and all the LED's on the kybd light up and then go out. Plus it's all still recognised in Mac OS X, so nothing has suddenly broken. but I finished here. I'm inclined to say that it is a video issue of some type.

Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. In anycase I looked up the solution on the net and it sadi you should update your drivers. HOWEVER the XP boot in Safe Mode did not complete! It will take you past the windows boot up screen and take you to a black screen.

tps95Dec 22, 2010, 9:23 PM Best answer selected by tps95. Be sure to adjust your BIOS accordingly Try moving around your System RAM DIMMs and/or try removing one Try running an antivirus scan from CD, Diskette or Flash Drive if you But because MoonValleySoft does not have a trial version, you must pay first. I started the PC and at the welcome screen I tried to type in the password (maybe3-5 times) and well she didn't give it too me so I was guessing.At that

Again start with deleting the kdcom file from system32. If you're tech savvy, just skip through what ever you already know.Boot From DiskInsert your Windows XP disc and boot from it. Every command has parameters or instructions. This is really frustrating.