The issue started a few hours ago when I was playing League of Legends, specifically when the game has finished its loading and crashed to Desktop which is a common problem on my laptop. As usual I would restart the game, but before I could do that explorer.exe crashed, my entire Desktop has turned to the familiar transparent whitish filter before the "Explorer.exe has crashed" message popped out, which was peculiar at the time because this is the first time it had happened.
So I allowed the program to restart, it didn't. So I shut down via holding down the power button and rebooted the laptop. It went into Startup Repair, and did its automated repair, so I let it repair while I did my stuff. When I returned, the repair had completed and it booted the laptop into the infamous Black Screen of Death with a movable mouse cursor. This is right before I could log on to my user account, and I decided to search for solutions initially on Google using an available PC.
Most of it didn't work, for starters, booting up to Safe Mode, Safe Mode with Networking and Last known Good Configuration brought me to the same movable mouse cursor with black screen combo. Safe Mode with Command Prompt has the same problem, and the Command Prompt does not appear.
After which, I accessed the Repair menu with the F8 button right after the BIOS loads and tried every option. First, Repair Your Computer did not work as it couldn't find any problems after the first initial repair it did. System Restore didn't not have any Restore Points, which is strange because I do have several restore points prior to this issue happened.
I skipped the Memory option, and used the Command Prompt to do a sfc.exe /scannow to detect any problems according to one solution I found, but it gave the message telling me there is another repair job that requires my laptop to be restarted. At first I did, went back and did the sfc command, no luck.
After all that, I went to try the Ctrl+Alt+Del and starting explorer.exe as a new process, but the task manager does not appear. Not in any bootable modes with the mouse cursor present.
At the moment I am out of ideas and solutions, it really is starting to drive me against the wall because this laptop has a lot of information I need. I do not have access to my backups or recovery disks as I'm currently overseas. I hope I can hear from any users here about what to do.
Acer Aspire TimelineX 4820TG
Windows 7 Home Edition x64
I do not have any USB devices connected to my laptop except for my mouse, and that's about it. I will try my best to add on more missing info if pointed out, thank you very much!