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Windows 7: After CHKDSK, black screen with cursor

16 Dec 2013   #11
SandeepP

Winndows 7 32 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Pheoxy View Post
OK the problem isn't solved but I'm just going to reinstall windows 8 on another partition and link the old stuff over
Hi Pheoxy,

Kindly perform the same at your convenience and let us know the results of the same so we can advise further if required.

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10 Jul 2014   #12
Hopeless Guy

Windows 7 Home 64bit
 
 

I know it's really late to reply on this thread but I hope it help out those who came here for solution! lol

So, the problem is the CHKDSK Replacing invalid security id with default security id/Defaulting the security id.
I think this only work for those who encounter Black Screen with Cursor after CHKDSK defaulting the security id

1) Press F8 when the startup screen load.

2) Go to "Repair your computer" and press enter

3) Then , Open up the Command Prompt

4) In the command prompt type ICALS c:\ /grant everyone:F /c /t (this may take about an hour to complete.. Just wait )
Note: you can replaced c:\ with other for giving access to the file(eg :ICALS d:\ /grant everyone:F /c /t)

5)Reboot your PC

I hope it works! )
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