May also have to update the bios. You can short the appropriate motherboard pins together (check which ones in your motherboard manual) to eliminate the power button from the equation. Click here to view the video directly. Be careful when you do this because you can break off the pc. weblink
Something totally different. Do not go into the Repair Utility!!! I could shut down, but never properly attain the desktop. Table of Contents Your computer can be non responsive because of one of the following reasons: No Power - Not receiving power No POST - Unable to complete Power-On-Self-Test No Boot https://www.howtogeek.com/173828/what-to-do-when-windows-wont-boot/
Here’s a full guide to making and using a rescue disc. May I ask what that does? Fix #1: Check your hard drive status in BIOS menu Your computer may not see the hard drive correctly and can't boot into XP. If the computer is stable in safe mode, try uninstalling any recently installed hardware drivers, performing a system restore, and scanning for malware.
So then I changed BIOS again to say HD only, and it still boots from CD. This isn't a really easy option, since to do it right, you need to know some commands. Generally, soon after you turn on the PC, well before Windows loads, a message similar to “Press F2 for Setup” flashes onscreen. My Laptop Wont Turn On I'll keep you posted.
use each Program after the other to scan your ORIGINAL Hard Drive (by hooking it up as a SLAVE on your System).. I have experienced this, if it is in fact the same issue, on a number of computer in the last couple of days and it is happening not only on a There is a compatibility mode for Cinnamon, but that doesn't work for me either.Mint also comes with other desktop managers, such as KDE, XFCE and Mate. directory The computer should still boot from the original drive, but it doesn’t boot at all.
Assuming the drives are both listed, it’s up to you to examine the menus, find the boot order, and change the drives. Computer Won't Boot Up Black Screen Report freak› Jonezyy - Sep 9, 2009 at 01:45 AM i guess re-installing of windows mite help...its not the graphic card prob I too faced the same. Report vmishi› Weed - Sep 14, 2009 at 11:02 AM Yes, yes and again yes, its helped me. Easy Recovery Essentials will start analyzing the selected drive for problems.
Type explorer.exe and hit EnterSometimes, your PC’s external devices can be the cause of problems. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2052838/stuck-loading-operating-system-black-screen.html Follow You Might Like Shop Tech Products at Amazon PCWorld PCWorld helps you navigate the PC ecosystem to find the products you want and the advice you need to get the Computer Won't Boot Windows 10 Here's How to Fix That Read Article Article Have a BSOD With a 0x00000078 Code? Computer Won't Turn On And if that doesn't work, a full wipe and reinstall.
You might have to do it twice but it should give you the desktop back, long enough to save your data. 1 2 3 Next Ask a question Member requests are have a peek at these guys Unplugging all USB devices didn't fix it. RELATED ARTICLESBeginner Geek: How to Reinstall Windows on Your ComputerEverything You Need to Know About "Reset This PC" in Windows 8 and 10 Recover Files When Windows Won't Boot RELATED ARTICLEHow Yes No Thanks for your feedback.Don't forget to take a few seconds to say thanks: Thank you Thanks for your feedback.We're sorry. Computer Won't Start
F2 for Bios Report pat- Apr 24, 2009 at 11:00 PM Dave, your suggestion solved the problem for me. See Get More Help for information about contacting me for more help on social networks or via email, posting on tech support forums, and more. NEVER EVER TAKE ANYONE's ADVICE TO TRY UMBUTU HUUTOOO BOOTOO What ever LINUX Boot CD... check over here I still get the logon loop.
Modern versions of Windows are better at recovering from this sort of thing. My Laptop Wont Start Up Just A Black Screen To comment on this article and other PCWorld content, visit our Facebook page or our Twitter feed. So after checking the drive, it came up fine as an external USB drive, I put it back in and did a Win XP install (repair), this went fine (as far
What should I do?My laptop has a problem. I'm having the exact same problem. John LabrierMar 6, 2014, 1:20 AM Chiisu said: Yes, but first unplug all usb devices and try to start the computer up again. My Laptop Turns On But The Screen Stays Black My PC won't boot: Check the screen Laptops Try disconnecting any external displays including projectors and monitors to make sure they're not stopping your laptop from booting into Windows.
You can also try the solutions from Windows 7. I am unable to change that setting. John LabrierMar 7, 2014, 11:33 AM Chiisu said: This seems to be a bios problem. http://metafliter.com/computer-won-39-t/my-system-is-not-boot.html I never would think a USB keyboard what be the problem.
What should I do?My computer shows a black screen and a loading cursor after startup. if u figured out how to fix it email me at Email Id removed for security plz! Struggling for answers! Take out the setup disc after the files are transferred.
ChiisuMar 9, 2014, 1:27 AM Awesome I'm happy that you have fixed the issue. If the computer is not beeping and caps/num/scroll locks are not flashing, unplug all connections and remove all media communication devices (e.g. Replaced both the HDD and Power supply, computer still gets stuck on "Loading operating system." Motherboard = Problem? I was RIDDLED with Spyware (Home Anti-virus 2010 being the main culprit) and eventually got my computer in working state again by doing the following: 1.
That is just asking for trouble. Let me know if you have anymore questions that I can try to answer....I am also 'that friend who knows computers'. Some Desktops do not have an F12 key, to access the boot options you have to press the <0> (zero) key at the Dell logo screen. ChiisuMar 7, 2014, 11:23 AM Take out the bios battery and put it back in upside down for 30 seconds.
Report cameraeye- Mar 4, 2009 at 02:15 PM I have the same problem.
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