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Typed chkdsk /f, it told me something along the lines of not being able to run while the volume was in process so it asked if I wanted to schedule to I dont remember if this is possible with XP, but if so dont reformat your whole drive, just chose the other recovery option. its a tough one, because if you cant log in, then how can you change your login settings... ??? Report abbey- Jan 23, 2010 at 02:07 PM hi I have this big issue with login in as well.

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  • Now I am suffering for it.
  • Tapped F8, took me to the boot menu, selected safe mode with command prompt, then it took me to the user menu and I selected my user account, then command prompt
  • Anyone please help!!!
  • comp tech YOUR THE PROBLEM lol im sure every person in here machine is a vista native laptop.
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  • It seems like you have everything important backed up right?
  • its an older, more mature OS that in my opinion runs smoother, uses less memory and will most likely give you less issues than vista or 7.
  • The second option gets to the same point and then resets the computer.With the disc in it does the exact same thing as the first option in the previous paragraph no
  • I am having the same problem, ive created a recovery disc but it does not seem to be working and I cant get past the loading screen, it just goes blank!!
  • or from: http://www.driverguide.com/ You need an account but its a GREAT site!

Report po user› true ness - Jan 24, 2010 at 05:53 PM ok im just plain po at this I keep getting a screen after I choose safe mode its black ShadowPhoenix09Nov 4, 2010, 10:22 AM No viruses, malware, spyware, software updates, hardware changes, or OS updates/changes.It loads the start up and goes to a page with 2 options: launch start up How much hard drive space is left available on this computer? Windows Vista Won T Boot Black Screen That would lend me to believe that the Hard Drive could be on its last leg.

Several functions may not work. Windows Vista Stuck On Loading Screen Get the answer ShadowPhoenix09Nov 18, 2010, 6:26 AM Figured out the issue. Also check in your Device Manager (Control Panel) to see if any other devices are acting up. Report Adam G- Jan 6, 2010 at 04:52 PM I'm having this issue as well, I have been for years.

I'm curious as to why I can work in Safe Mode but can't get past the loading screen. Windows Vista Won't Boot In Safe Mode Thank you and Happy Holidays! See more Windows vista when i sign it freezes up on welcome screen After welcome screen it goes to black vista Vista computer Microsoft will not log on Vista Won't load My computer loads fine to the login screen but once I type in my password and try to logn, it logs off straight away without even going on my account.

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Privacy Policy Legal Steam Subscriber Agreement Have fun!http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822152237 ShadowPhoenix09Dec 3, 2010, 10:39 AM COLGeek said: Here is a very good one for your consideration. Vista Stuck On Welcome Screen It is as if Vista is seeing if your machine exactly matches the last configuration and if it doesn't, it will not boot. Windows Vista Stuck On Microsoft Corporation Screen Username or email: I've forgotten my password Forum Password Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers Sign in anonymously Don't add me to the active users list Community Forum

You will have to go to the gateway website and find the utility that fits your model. this content Follow Gateway's instructions on how to use the utility. 0 #7 rfris777 Posted 26 December 2008 - 04:22 PM rfris777 New Member Topic Starter Member 9 posts alright, ill see what But I since you said chkdsk failed to run I am thinking we should make sure the drive is healthy first. And yes I tried safe mode, but only to end up with the same result. Windows Vista Stuck On Starting Windows

click start task manager 4. If you choose the first it loads and then goes to a black screen with or without a mouse and then freezes. TDW View Public Profile Search User Find More Posts by TDW Find Threads by TDW 04-13-2010, 08:20 PM #2 NotYourHero Join Date: Oct 2009 Reputation: 284 Posts: 2,754 http://swapshaker.com/windows-vista/vista-wont-update-to-service-pack-2.html I've tried almost everything. 10 answers Last reply Jan 30, 2012 Best Answer Nov 5, 2010 More about windows vista load past screen windows loading Best answer COLGeekNov 5, 2010, 8:16

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I think for sure we would want to make sure your hard drive is healthy before we try much else. I had run CHKDSK once but it didn't help as it too froze. I was hopeing that Gateway, like a lot of other manufactures, would have the utility in the BIOS. Windows Vista Black Screen With Cursor I wish i remembered how i fixed this...

weird huh? :P The other solution is to boot into safe mode (press F8 during boot up if you have to, to get the menu for safe mode) and the run Dell desktop wont load past splash screen! I haven't tried with Windows XP yet, but I tried with Vista and 7 and neither would even boot up to the installation screen. check over here And no, I have no discs at all.

get to the black windows logging on screen 2. What could this be - harddrive, fan?