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windows vista will not load pass the splash screen

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by centrino207, Jan 29, 2013.

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  1. centrino207

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    I seem to have problem with windows vista .

    So today I was using my computer and every thing froze and I had to shut down the computer and re-start it and it re-started pass the splash screen and gone all black stuck there :eek::eek:.So I re-started it again and doing some kind of disk check saying checking disk , deleting index entry misstmp , correcting error index ,recovering orphane dat and other stuff I don't understand.

    It than re-started loaded again splash screen welcome to windows than goes all black again and I re-starts it and it doing the disk check all over again.

    I than tried safe mode it loads takes long time froze at saying loading drivers crcdisk.sys

    now I got into safe mode but don't know what to do.

    I will see what others here say about the problem but sorta sounds like error or missing windows file .

    It will not load pass the splash screen saying welcome to windows it just goes black and nothing works frozen.It seems when I can't get into windows and I re-start the computer it does this disk check thing .It did say 0 bad sectors. But it seems windows safe mode is only thing that will work but not sure what to do in safe mode or what to check in safe mode.
     
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    Here is some of the info I found.

    Intel core 2 Duo T5850 2.1Ghz
    Nvidia GeForce 8400M G5
    4GB RAM

    Windows vista Home Premium

    System model HP Pavilion clv6700 notobook PC

    system type x 64-based PC

    sound device realtek High definition audio.
     
  4. dai

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    where you click to go into safe mode try

    last known good configuration
     
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    Okay I will try that after I back up my data in safe by USB stick or external hard-drive.

    I'm little busy now but in 2 or 3 days I'm going to back up the computer first because playing around with it , I could make the problem worse. I sure hope USB stick or external hard-drive will work in safe mode has my DVD drive will not in safe mode for some reason.

    Over time I have been having problems with this computer where by internet will not work where web sites will not load :eek:say I'm not connect to internet and also renaming folder and such will freeze and after I have do control alt delete key to close IE . I would have restart the computer get every thing working again.

    I'm running windows vista service pack 1 and IE 8.0.600 1.18904 :eek::eek: I wonder if I'm running IE 8 beta or first release and that may be why I'm having all those problems with IE where I need to do restart computer 3 or 4 times month to get IE working again.
     
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    are ou using a dialup or adsl connection
     
  7. centrino207

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    no dialup.

    On broadband cable.
     
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