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Black screen w/cursor after Windows load screen - Nothing fixes it
Whenever the Windows loadscreen passes the screen goes black and I can move a cursor around the screen.
I have had this happen before and fixed it with bootrec.exe but I can't seem to get that to work this time...
Startup repair says it cannot help - Safe mode has the exact same black screen problem.
I have done chkdsk and sfc scannow - Didn't fix it.
When I boot into Kaspersky Rescue from a USB drive it mentions that I need to shut down windows properly before continuing. I would like to do this but I can't.
I have tried changing the active partition on information in some of these other threads - It didn't seem to work.
All disks are healthy according to the DISKPART and Partition Wizard. I have done the HP hardware diagnostic scans and everything comes up fine.
I see that a lot of the advice on the threads is to do a fresh install - Is it really broken beyond repair at this point?
Does anyone have any other ways I can try and fix this problem?
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|08 Dec 2012||#2|
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Hello saturnn and welcome to Seven Forums.
One of the Forum experts prepared this troubleshooting guide for Windows 7 failure to boot issues. Even though you've tried several of the suggested fixes I'd still go through the tutorial and try the steps in the order listed.
Troubleshooting Windows 7 Failure to Boot
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