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Windows boots into black screen with cursor after installing ubuntu

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by BoyTitan, Nov 3, 2012.

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  1. BoyTitan

    BoyTitan Thread Starter

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    On the grub menu windows and ubuntu are both listed as they should be, All windows options even in f8 after the load screen with the bar goes into a black screen with my cursor instead of my login screen. Repair you computer works start up repair says nonthing is wrong. I can acces ubuntu fine. All my windows files can be accesed in ubuntu i can even use some of them with wine. Start up repair says there is no issue.

    I checked this in command prompt btw.This mite be helpful how my hard drive is set up acer hds come like this the patrition is split on 2 hds I feel this is the issue.

    Or could it be disk 0-4 which is my built in memory card reader I can go inside and disconnect that.

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  2. BoyTitan

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    Bump I checked more is this right should any of that stuff be in d and not c or is that for ubuntu

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    Can you boot into Safe Mode? If so, do you get anything other than a black screen?
     
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