- May 24, 2003
Did you see post #104 by Macboatmaster ? If not please read it if you haven't already started the clean install.
No, a run window did not open. For grins, I tried Win key + [all letters] and the only one that did anything was Win key + L which took me back to the login screen.On the black screen after signing in, if you press the Win key + R - does a run window open please and if it does, if you then type cmd, and click OK
does the cmd window open please
I had not noticed that last line of your post when I typed my reply.Let me know pretty quickly if you think of anything else. Otherwise, I will proceed with the install.
Got it. I'm looking for the file setup.exe and running it. That's what I didn't understand.one of them will be setup.exe
you type - being now back at the
and press enter
hopefully although your desktop is not there as task manager is and cmd prompt is you should see the windows in the link I sent you
IF it does not work - it was worth a try after all the effort you and indeed my colleague managed have put into the topic
Then you are back to clean installwhich will of course work
DEPENDING on if the problem is the drive itself - if it is clean install will not work
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