Black screen comes up after logging in

Microsoft Windows 7 home premium
July 19, 2010 at 00:56:01
Specs: Windows 7, Don't know
after a few minutes it goes away but sometimes it boots up to a black screen and does not even load after 20 mins forcing me to hold-down the power button to re-boot my laptop. I am going to try booting into safe mode when i get the time so i can see if it still comes up, Is there a way to get rid of this or will i have to cope with it?
If you want to know how much memory what model my computer is how much RAM etc just ask

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July 19, 2010 at 02:10:56
Try to start the Windows Desktop after logon script has been finshed.
Read this on how to configure that:

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July 19, 2010 at 03:22:03
I made the value in the registry and then changed the value to 1 and then logged off, then logged on and it did not appear! so i shut it down then logged back on just to be sure and it failed, i came up with a black screen again any other way to get rid of this? could it be a virus?

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July 19, 2010 at 03:22:03
sorry it posted twice for some reason and i only seem to be able to edit my posts not delete it so i will just put this here

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July 19, 2010 at 12:05:00
It could surely be a Virus.
If you get such strage things, the first you have to do is, to make sure, that the system is free of viruses and trojans.

Otherwise you can try and change things til doomsday and never get it to run.

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July 20, 2010 at 00:52:17
Yup i did a kapersky virus scan removed a load of crap and quarantined a few trojans then restarted my computer find that failed. So i tried safe mde and the black screen did not come up!
I have had this black screen pretty much since i got my computer

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July 20, 2010 at 06:13:18
The solution may be to perform a factory restore. You should backup your personal files before doing that.

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July 20, 2010 at 06:16:23
would a factory restore remove my installed programs or anything else? what does a factory restore reset exactly? I think i had it from when i got my computer?

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July 20, 2010 at 06:32:46
Most factory restore procedures are called destructive. That means the only data on the disk afterward would be what was shipped from the factory.

Personal data, third party programs, Windows updates would all be gone.

I can't say if that is the case with your computer. Consult with your manual to determine what a factory restore will do.

You are not very clear on when this black screen appears.

Your last response seems to indicate you may have had this issue before. Give us some history.

Was the laptop brand new when you got it? Is it still under warranty?

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July 20, 2010 at 06:40:03
Im not going to do uninstall all my programs so no factory reset.

The black screen comes up after i log on to windows but only stays for a few minutes, to delete all my programs and data for a few minutes wait.
This has happened ever since i have got my computer every time i log on pretty much i don't think i had it when i FIRST got my laptop i think an update caused it.
The laptop was brand new and is not under warranty anymore i don't think but im not sending it back for a few minutes wait.

sometimes with this black screen it stays forever so im forced to hold down the power button and try again usually for it to work with only a few minutes

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July 20, 2010 at 06:53:45
One issue may be configuration of the hardware. Have you changed anything since the laptop was new? Do you boot with external devices connected?

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July 20, 2010 at 09:06:59
umm sometimes i have my usb mouse plugged in(which is wireless) i may try removing it as i boot up next time

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July 20, 2010 at 09:14:05
I was looking for things like changing out the hard drive or having the laptop connected to a wired printer or network. Also external drives or memory cards.

Check the boot order in the BIOS (setup) to see if you have it set to boot to CD first then hard drive. BIOS may allow booting elsewhere, like to network or USB device.

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July 22, 2010 at 01:21:42
sorry but i have to go on holiday tommorow so i wont be able to try out any of the new ideas,


P.S. be back next week

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February 22, 2015 at 18:34:22

2 Get into task Manager,

3 in running orocesses,

4.shut down windoze explorer

5 Exit Task Manager


You will now have your Desktop back

Run Malwarebytes and SpyBot S & D

Embrace paranoia, they ARE out to get you!

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