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Weird is that some data is still available, e. nothing. everyone that was previously running vista aquuire a "legal" copy of xp professional and install that instead. 3. REALLY NEED YOUR HELP TO SOLVE THIS PROBLEM. http://midsolutions.org/windows-vista/windows-vista-not-booting-black-screen.html

I have tried all I could but could not fix my MBR under VISTA but your solution has helped me solve my problem. Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. Windows 2000 has diskprobe, still not accessible. all options on the recovery counsel will not work I have tried all the above options on this page, thanks Buggie68 says: 7 years ago Ok I have a black screen

Many overheat. Can anyone suggest why and what I can do about it please? Can I use the repair to move the mbr to my primary hard drive now without losing all the programs ive installed and/or having to reinstall the os + formating? So, basically System recovery isn't detecting my operating system or either of my hard drives and I wonder if it even reads the Vista DVD after I get to that point

  • So, what should I do?
  • Bernard March 30, 2010 at 2:24 pm Hiren's is great if you are a CROOK!
  • Now type bootrec.exe and press Enter.
  • Temp\New Folder) and move everything into it.
  • If I figure it out I'll let you know but don't waste money on software that says it can remove all partitions; it can only remove partitions it recognizes.
  • Choose the language, time, currency, etc and click Next.
  • The new hard drive was unformatted.
  • And given how often I've seen residual exe files stored in My Documents or other commonly transferred sections a wipe and reinstall is STILL susceptible to reinfection.
  • You can also run the command with switches to fix just the master boot record (/fixmbr), the boot sector (/fixboot), or rebuild the entire BCD (/rebuildbcd).

This message stated, "If System Repair was successful, after restarting, Windows will run normally, but if System Repair failed to fix the problem, System Repair may run again." I waited. HELP ME. I also apologize for a lack of understanding of general help procedure - it's been a while since I've posted here. It schedules incremental file-copy style backups to a removable or internal HDD.

i know how to do it only in xp and i had a problem with windows 7! I don't know if I have it anymore. I know how to fix it, but when i run the vista recovery/boot cd there is no oprating system to repair or select. http://helpdeskgeek.com/how-to/fix-mbr-xp-vista/ Sorry, I don't know the fix, keep googling.

Check Here First; It May Not Be Malware Started by quietman7 , Apr 02 2007 08:44 AM This topic is locked 1 reply to this topic #1 quietman7 quietman7 Bleepin' Janitor Most of the files in this directory are required for Windows to work, so don't delete anything - you might be wrong about the file and need to put it back. I never really got the MBR missing error, but i knew thats what it was. emailwedgy says: 7 years ago Dude, you rock.

Option 2: 3. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/windows-loading-stops-at-black-screen-with-cursor-virus-362063/ Solo Owl April 12, 2010 at 7:24 am I agree with the point about hard drive enclosures. Also, make sure you only use these commands on a system with one operating system installed. Fortunately I had the Dell disk which has the Windows OS and driver files on there, and rebooted the machine to CD.

After installing Ubuntu I can not boot Vista. weblink It then asked to perform a "System Restore" (which I had already done), so I decided to let it try again...I had little hope, but after about 10 minutes, another message After I remove the virus I put the HD back in the afected PC and the magic happen, the computer boot-up normaly So, I recommend to scan your hardrive for virus Or would I have to reformat and re-install the OS?

Even the MS tools mentioned above will not work because the trojan, rootkit or whatever you want to call it, will permanently delete any permissions on that hard drive. Upon turning on the computer, I get a black screen giving me the choice to start Windows normally, or to attempt to repair. Good luck P.S. http://midsolutions.org/windows-vista/windows-vista-64-bit-error-8007045d-when-try-to-install-or-download-vista-service-pac.html So in an ideal world, we'd wipe and reinstall - but realistically?

George says: 5 years ago Can I use Windows Defender although my Windows XP SP2 is not a legal version? Well, after doing everything in the forums...I had to reinstall A tech guy had me reinstall by: 1 - unplugging ac and battery...then pressing on/off button 15 sec (emptying leftover circuit The service tag is 297VPF1.

you definitely saved me because I was on craigslist looking for a new comouter and decided to google to see if there was a fix.

I had to visit your site via mobile phone because my computer wouldn't start up after it went into hybernate. Run virus scans as necessary if infected. (Disconnecting from the internet will help further infection until the computer is in stable condition.). I have a 500 GB hard disk which contains 5 volumes, and now I'm able to view only 3 volumes in any of the operating systems (i.e., Win XP, Win 7). For me, I will then pull the jumper on the drive, making it a "slave" and put it on the other drive, making it "master." (If I rebooted then, it would

Ubuntu can not boot, but that's not so important…The problem is that the "grub" took over MBR, and now I can't boot Vista sitting on the other HDD when I disable Now what? Note that you may also want to run the fixboot command to repair the boot sector with a new one. his comment is here got back earlier today, turned it on, and the part where its supposed to ask for my password, a blank screen appears and I can only see my mouse cursor.

Do you have any suggestion how I could restore my partition? But if I repaired the erased MBR and used the same partitions of my original install, same problem. If your computer doesn't automatically boot to the USB drive, you'll need to change the boot order in the BIOS first. AsmarinaOnline 391,095 views 6:52 My Computer Appears a white screen and i could't Close it. - Duration: 3:01.

If you have any questions or get stuck, feel free to post another follow up comment. WorldofTech 762,379 views 4:05 how to fix the blue screen of death - Duration: 4:32. Cybersecurity Contractor Hit in W-2 Phishing Scam Google Points to Another POS Vendor Breach Four Men Charged With Hacking 500M Yahoo Accounts Adobe, Microsoft Push Critical Security Fixes If Your iPhone Until we know that probability, we cannot compare it. "And given how often I’ve seen residual exe files stored in My Documents or other commonly transferred sections a wipe and reinstall

And in exactly what way could a system which is not guaranteed clean possibly be a satisfactory result? but i deleted the ubuntu partition, but when i restart computer it is only showing error:no such partition. by the sounds of it the easiest way to get rid of this anoying lil virus unfortunately it involves reinstalling XP. For other programs you don't recognize or know whether they are worthwhile to keep or be removed, use Should I Remove It?.You should not use msconfig to disable startup applications related

Then it gives options to either reformat the drive or run repair (wording is something along those lines). It's actually GRUB2 and I had to learn a few things to get it pretty looking and to set XP as the default choice, but finally got that done. Sometimes Add-ons cause browsers to quit unexpectedly or not perform properly especially, if it was poorly designed or was created for an earlier browser version. wahnula March 29, 2010 at 8:01 pm I like SyncBack SE from 2BrightSparks.