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Reply to Ste_AH Thet Paing18288Feb 18, 2016, 9:30 PM toshko4 said: Remove or update StartIsBack if you have it installed. That window seems like the only hope I could access the computer which pop up everytime I reboot. Reply Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Udit Yadu Member Posts 30 Posts 07-31-2015, 05:09 PM #12   Originally Posted by klemenhe Hey guys I think I have found a I held off for a couple of weeks, hoping to see Microsoft come out with some sort of statement acknowledging that our experiences were real and at least begin working on http://windowsrefund.org/black-screen/black-screen-of-death-after-logging-in.php

The hit the 'view' tab and go through the list to find "show hidden files and folders" and untick "hide protected operating system files". but that option was only shown once... Ctrl-alt-delete does not work. I recently created a network shareon the problem computer. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2316102/windows-stuck-black-screen-cursor-login.html

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Any other suggestions??? Black screen eventually going to account that does not work properly. So only when you have a 'freshly created' fontcache right before the patch it works correctly... Another easy option is to right click on the taskbar and one of the options you can choose is "Task Manager".

Everyone he closed out of a window another one opened up. Close all instances of explorer.exe and then File->run new task->"explorer.exe"Whilst you have task manager open have a look to see if Vosteran is running. One more thing: I even tried logging in through Guest, but same problem! :\ My Computer Specs: Motherboard: Intel DG41WV Processor: Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 @ 2.40GHz Graphics: Intel G41 Windows 8.1 Black Screen Before Login more hot questions question feed about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us feedback Technology Life / Arts Culture / Recreation Science

I haven't tested #2 or #3 yet though. Windows 7 Black Screen After Login Fix Discussions cover Windows installation, driver problems, crashes, upgrading, service packs, and other Windows 7-related questions.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators General discussion Windows 7 black screen with curser after login. Windows Central Forums All News Stories Phone News Surface News Windows News Xbox News MSFT News Apps Games Reviews Virtual Reality Help & How To Question & Answer Contests Shop Accessories click to read more Perhaps a registry flush ?

This PC had a second user account. Windows 8.1 Black Screen With Cursor Before Login thought I had the Black Screen of Death... Today's Posts Popular This Week Ask a Question Advanced Search Titles Only OR Settings Subscribed Threads Edit Avatar Edit Profile General Settings Friends & Contacts My Profile Mark Forums Read 0 Of course you don't want to find the file every time you want to use TaskMgr.

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The old things happend after that, only the black screen showed up and an window pop up which shows "my computer" the mouse can be moved regularly.I tried several ways to http://askubuntu.com/questions/243043/after-logging-in-theres-a-black-screen-and-my-cursor-nothing-else-in-ubuntu Reply Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter David Feifer Member Posts 267 Posts 07-30-2015, 10:00 PM #9   I had something similar happen today at work. Black Screen After Login Windows 10 Thank u so much. Windows 7 Black Screen After Login With Cursor I called HP and they had me press f8 until the bios menu popped up.

Then I got prompted to activate with Microsoft so I did. check my blog Should you choose to 'reformat', that's something that you'll have to do while re-installing Windows. I'm tired of this. Wednesday, November 25, 2009 6:58 AM 0 Sign in to vote Linda,To answer your question, I get the same issue with Safe Mode!Also I created a new user to see if Computer Screen Goes Black After Login Windows 10

Talking about restoration to an earlier date. From there I was able to restore to a previous build. The program appeared to install correctly and documents could be scanned into Office 2007 programs.Upon reboot I encountered the "Black Screen" along with the message "The procedure entry point DwmHintDxUpdate could this content Delete fntcache.dat from c:\windows\system323.

Report Gabrielle- Apr 11, 2014 at 10:44 AM HOw do I do this in chrome??? Windows 8 Black Screen Fix asked 4 years ago viewed 79700 times active 1 year ago Blog Women in the 2016 Stack Overflow Survey Linked 2 Black screen after boot in Ubuntu 15.04 (x86_64), Intel HD5500 He restarted the computer and now we get the welcome / log in screen for Windows but after entering the password nothing comes up just a black screen and cursor.

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That's it.... How can I eliminate this issue? My problem was that I had a NAS box set up on my local network, and 3 drives mounted and mapped the the Windows machine. Windows 8.1 Black Screen No Cursor I setup a namespace and replication, then proceeded to setup a network mapped drive from a new group policy object using the replication and namespace.

Luckily I remember the steps I used to fix the problem. Sunday, May 02, 2010 11:22 PM 1 Sign in to vote I feel obligated to report that I did have a Windows 7 Ultimate machine that was suffering from the "black Everything seems to be normal util I loged in to my user. have a peek at these guys I deinstall StartisBack and works fine !!!Many thanks Mic:bounce: Reply to micky_00 traderstar1Apr 19, 2015, 6:39 PM yepp worked for me toojust uninstalled "classic shell" app and rebootet my pc.works like

Had the usual symptoms - Windows 7, could log in, then black screen with only the mouse pointer.

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