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Display goes black at logon screen - HP dv6000

Post by kannudo on 15th July 2011, 1:21 pm

Hi people,
I tried searching the forum but since nothing I found actually resembled the problem I'm having I decided to start a new thread.
I have a dv6000 series laptop and whenever I try to start windows normally, the screen goes black seconds after the logon screen comes up! It doesn't do this whenever I start it in safe mode and I have also tried to use the "last known good configuration" and start in lower resolution to no avail.... Any ideas or suggestions? If you need any other info, let me know! Thanks!

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Re: Display goes black at logon screen - HP dv6000

Post by makxp77 on 4th September 2011, 9:26 pm

Double POST?

This is being looked at by Microsoft in the meantime , try this:

Hit cntrl + alt+ del at the same time to bring up task manager
Then select explorer.exe and end process by right clicking and hitting end
Then select from top Run and type in explorer.exe

Try to run Malwarebytes and doing a system restore for a long term fix , if this doesnt work keep checking here and I will keep a eye on this issue.

This is a temp fix , I have 3 computer running Windows 7 doing this at the moment and my clients as myself are frustrated.


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Re: Display goes black at logon screen - HP dv6000

Post by Ryan123 on 19th November 2011, 4:13 am

Your operating system got corrupted somehow.Most of the boot up of problem because of registry missing or crashed, file deleted or changed.Here is the solution to boot up your Windows:

Boot up with WinPE
Tenorshare Data Recovery WinPE allows users to burn ISO file to CD/DVD/USB flash drive and boot up operating system from bootable CD/DVD/USB flash drive directly.It can be used to retrieve data under any boot up problem.
Step 1: Download Tenorshare Data Recovery WinPE in any available computer (not from PC that can’t boot up). Then launch it.
Get it from http://www.any-data-recovery.com/index.htm
Step 2: Insert CD/DVD/USB flash drive to the computer, choose ISO image file. Here we take USB flash drive for example. Then burn ISO file into flash drive.
Step 3: Insert the burned flash drive to the unbootable PC. Run computer and press “F2”, ”F10” or “Delete” to enter BIOS setup.
Step 4: Use the arrow keys to select Boot tab, select Boot Device Priority and press Enter. Please choose 1st Boot Device to USB, and then press F10 to save setting. Now your computer will start with the changed settings automatically.
Then if you have a backup for your Windows then perform a system restore to fix it.If not,reinstall it.

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