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I turned it on and everything seemed normal until the "windows is starting" screen (the one with the windows logo on the black screen). Sincerely yours nkrao nkraoji, Oct 12, 2009 #1 DaveA David Trusted Advisor Joined: Nov 16, 1999 Messages: 13,488 It is NOT the display of the LOGO, but what is happening Disconnect your HDD for now. Normal sequence was the BIOS screen, the W7 dots becoming the flag, a period of black screen, then the Welcome and eventually the desktop populating, and finally programs starting and the have a peek here
System 2, a 4 month old computer, SATA III drives. One other place to look IS SCHEDULED TASKS... Same visual effects seen. You said "About 2 months ago I had an issue appear on my MSI Laptop", what was the issue?
Black Screen With Cursor After Windows Logo
Here is a video of... Black Screen After Windows Logo Windows 7 Reply With Quote 10-31-201304:00 PM #9 HiVizMan View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message ROG Guru: Grand Master Array Join Date Dec 2011 Location London Reputation 256 Posts 25,205 Hello dude, Each had a mechanical hard drive replaced by an SSD. this content Here’s something you can try to see if it alleviates the symptom.
Hello, welcome to ASUS Republic of Gamers Official Forum.Please note you may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. Computer Black Screen After Windows Logo I've had it take a couple extra minutes in the past when power was lost, but only the first time I started it back up. Not asking if it is, just asking if it's possible. Reports: · Posted 4 years ago Top Lighthouse Posts: 13598 This post has been reported.
- Reduce the list to a bare minimum by disabling most of those files.
- So what is the difference, the SPEED of the disk that the OS and apps are loaded from.
- If you have the latest one installed, try to remove it and use Windows driver instead.
- The reason there is a background image to the boot process is to show when windows is actually booting up, so it can't be confused with bios post.
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- When you did the fresh install did you wipe your HDD first or just pop the install disk in and do a new install?
Black Screen After Windows Logo Windows 7
Hi germ-x Thanks for the reply The install was a wipe of the C: drive where my windows install was located. http://ipbillboard.com/black-screen/strange-hanging-and-black-screens-on-startup.html What's New? This system is all SATA II and I put in a 115GB SSD and cloned over the OS partition to it. I will use some of the fault finding ideas that amitg43 has mentioned in trying to solve his problem, in particular EventViewer > Windows logs > System to view boot processing Windows 7 Slow Startup Black Screen After Login
There should be a hint on the screen. Irv S. When that happened before, I was running SC2 on the highest graphic settings in 3D (dual DVI out for iZ3D monitor) at 1680x1050 resolution. http://ipbillboard.com/black-screen/startup-delay-after-welcome-screen.html You really should wipe the HDD before doing the clean install.
One of my friends thought maybe the power supply but the voltages in the BIOS settings show +/- .02V of the desired.One new thing I have to add...I was leaving for Black Screen After Starting Windows 7 On some machines, I "Think" if one was to hit the "Esc" key the logo will go away and you can then see what is being processed. I have also run CCleaner and that hasn't changed anything either.
This seemed to work initially but the long delay was back again on subsequent start ups.
Basically they found nothing to do and 'quit'. If you do NOT load another, you are loading the NVIDIA drivers, it will load. Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/868006 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Black Screen Before Login Windows 10 for me it is: post>hdd checking>6 second delay>windows boot logo the boot speed on 2 other pc's (one running a q6600 and one running a amd phenom x6) is about 16-17
FOLLOW US Twitter Facebook Google+ RSS Feed Disclaimer: Most of the pages on the internet include affiliate links, including some on this site. I've seen some systems count memory by ones. Initially the PC would start up lighting fast (at the login screen in no more than 10 seconds, maybe less), but it has suddenly become very slow. http://ipbillboard.com/black-screen/startup-blank-screen.html Reply With Quote 10-31-201303:48 PM #8 SkanTHC View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message ROG Member Array Join Date Oct 2013 Reputation 10 Posts 16 Any news please?
After configuring the system, I decided to restart it. Mine is the exact same symptoms, just not 100 minutes thank goodness! Stopped all services that aren't required i.e Adobe update etc No critical errors appearing or known A boot log reports the following items unable to load driver: 4 instances of NDProxy.svs Blue Welcome screen, RARELY seen, and if seen (I suspect during updates) only briefly.
A chkdsk returns no errors and everything runs fine once the desktop is loaded.