Windows 7 does not boot up. Blank screen.

April 18, 2011 at 02:23:18
Specs: Windows 7
Okay, My co-leagues pc is not booting up at all. The power is on, but the screen in blank and does not show the booting up sequence at all.

It was working a few minutes ago, when I booted it it went correctly until to the login screen. When I entered the password, suddenly it just rebooted again. So this time I pressed F2 to get to the bios screen. I changed the sequence to Hard disk as 1st priority, and the cdrom 2nd and floppy 3rd.

I saved and rebooted again. It went to the login screen, the same thing happened. So this time I pressed F8 to get to the system restore screen and entered on the system restore. It loaded some filles and then it restarted again. After about 2 tries later, now the screen is complete blank. HELP...is this some sort super intelligent virus ???

I dunno, it looked to me the power supply is allright, the Hard disk is allright, Im sure its gotta be software related, but whats freaking me out is that its a complete blank screen now.Please Help !!!


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#1
April 18, 2011 at 06:16:25
Could be RAM problem or gfx card problem or other hardware problem ( PSU, etc. ).

First prepare a RAM-test bootable CD from memtest.org. and test your RAM for about 4 hours. You should change your first boot drive to CD-ROM in BIOS. For testing other components, you may need working parts.

CoolGuy


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#2
June 3, 2011 at 00:59:08
Hi,

If you have a boot failure issues in your Windows 7 operating system, you need to ensure the working of the boot device. If your boot device is hard disk, you need to check that your hard disk is working properly. If not, you need to replace or repair the hard disk. You need to repair the operating system with the installation CD/DVD. If this does not fix your problem, you need to reinstall the operating system.


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#3
June 3, 2011 at 01:03:15
uncheck that it automatically restarts and then give us the EXACT error code when it blue screens again, that will help us to give you better answers.

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#4
June 3, 2011 at 03:26:39
sounds to me like it was doing an update and you interupted it, (just a guess)
tap f8 and choose last known good config.
try safe mode.
download a recovery disk, from here http://www-tus.csx.cam.ac.uk/window... drop it in the machine and do a repair./

i hate computers!
but cant help myself....


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