|15 Sep 2012||#1|
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Flashing Screen after Windows load screen
I don't know too much about computers and I just got a hand-me-down Dell Precision 320 PC from my dad just last weekend and it just crashed. I got a message saying something crashed and if this was the first time I saw it I just needed to reboot my computer. I proceeded to do so and then I got the mysterious black screen with movable cursor hanging scenario. I booted up the advanced boot menu and went to repair computer to "Last Known Good Configuration" and since then it boots up to passed the windows loading screen to a stock windows 7 screen and it flashes about every seven seconds with the cursor blinking to loading something back to idle. It hangs here until I turn it off. I am not sure if this has anything to do with the situation but there have been a couple of blackouts in my house due to heat that caused my computer to shut off a couple times.
Safe mode gets the same results
SFC found no errors
Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit
Intel Core2 x6800 @ 2.93ghz
If there's any other info I can provide without being able to boot my PC, I'd be happy to comply.
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