Please do not suggest reformatting. So if the BIOS tweak does not work for you, *maybe* a workaround is to ensure the display device is on first. Fusion power supply, 1.21 gigawatts. Thank you!, Marv Last edited: Feb 25, 2015 Feb 25, 2015 at 1:18 AM #2 Jetster Joined: Jan 17, 2010 Messages: 8,857 (3.47/day) Thanks Received: 5,138 Location: Oregon System Specs navigate to this website
Still the board's graphics circuitry could be at fault. The solutions: I booted in VGA mode, downloaded and installed the factory drivers from Dell for EVERYTHING, not just video. WINDOWS THINKS THERE IS AN EXTERNAL DISPLAY PLUGGED IN. Report Michael- Nov 2, 2008 at 11:26 AM Hi Just stumbled across this thread in desparation as had problems after install of TV card. http://www.sevenforums.com/performance-maintenance/290109-blank-screen-cold-boot-5-25-minutes.html
Some updates: Whenever the debug code on the MB is 93, the PC speaker beeps as there is no device in PCIe slot. I made the recommended changes to the BIOS as suggested on this forum...same. See if it boots ok. I'll also have to check and see if the warranty is up on the mobo as it was built last August.
I'm leaning toward a software issue which I'm not very good with since you can cold boot just fine. It is 307.14 WHQL. i am starting to think this is a problem with my graphics card, drivers or windows but I dont know enough to get this working without help See more Monitor stops Windows 7 Black Screen Before Login Windows won't boot.
no issues whatsoever. Windows 10 Black Screen After Boot vziera says thanks. Ive seen several times when installing windows with multible disks, it sometimes fucks up in reg.database, and that makes to problems you described in post 1. Let windows load, If the monitor works in safe mode you're ok.
I have updated the NVIDIA driver... Black Screen Of Death Vista when chckdsk completes, type exit then try booting again. 4. can some one help me please? =) Helpful +2 Report unclesoup Feb 18, 2009 at 07:14 PM I think this is the same problem I have had. This such a pain in the ars, I guess I got no more choice but to give it a shot.
For the guys with cold/first boot issues, freezing logos, very slow refresh in BIOS, video stuttering and TDRs that fix after smashing reset button or CMOS clear, but again suffering next When it loads Nvidia software your screen go black Last edited: Feb 25, 2015 vziera says thanks. Windows 7 Boots To Black Screen With Cursor in the next command line, type this as it appear here... Windows 7 Black Screen Of Death Hopefully this will fix this problem for me.
Connect RED boot LED - but system seems to be working just fine... useful reference Can anyone help address what's causing this? On the first reboot after installing the driver Windows loads normally until right before the welcome screen. Probably not as it's a compatibility issues or certain MOBO/OS/Driver combo. Windows 7 Black Screen No Cursor
I already got the motherboard updated to the latest BIOS and drivers, no luck stil Feb 25, 2015 at 9:59 AM #9 Ebo Joined: May 9, 2013 Messages: 560 (0.42/day) I'll try these items and post back soon as I'm up and around again. Before RMA-ing your hardware or buying expensive PSU unit: 1) Nvidia drivers - check the video drivers for opinions on forums (Geforce forum is particularly rich in opinions) - most possibly http://cdhca.org/black-screen/black-screen-after-boot.php I know, I was like "no way", but seriously after the reboot following the SP3 upgrade my video popped right up at the last-saved hi res setting, go figure.
The drivers were updated, so that leaves the BIOS and the OS. Windows 7 Black Screen After Boot I will see for the cold start tomorrow, just to be sure. Prior to installing it I was also trying to obtain it from ASUS, submitting ticket, but they only suggested rma, or testing components in different PC ....
It took a lot of trial and error but in the BIOS setup I changed the Serial ATA RAID setting from the default of DISABLED to ENABLED and that seems to Feb 25, 2015 at 9:32 AM #6 vziera Joined: Nov 29, 2009 Messages: 192 (0.07/day) Thanks Received: 35 Location: lol System Specs System Name: BrighTaloN Processor: 980X Motherboard: DX58SO2 Cooling: Corsair If you have a SATA hard drive you don't need to set jumpers. Windows 7 Black Screen With Cursor Fix The only thing I got to work was reformatting the drive and reloading crappersoft.
Thanks for all guys, you've been most helpful. In safe mode you can remove the Nvidia driver in Device Manager so you can boot back to normal mode again. Big credit goes to Chino, Thanks and cheers guys!!! http://cdhca.org/black-screen/dual-boot-black-screen.php Tried a different keyboard and mouse and that resolved the problem it was actually the keyboard that was the problem the usb mouse was fine.
I know Nvidia suggest at least PSU 750W for the video, but once in windows, it is trouble-free. Thanks a million Stanley Report Pandolin- Jan 2, 2009 at 07:04 AM Worked for me as well. If youve recently upgraded from windows 32bit to a 64bit version then chances are your is data is being sent to your PCIE expansion slot in 32bit mode. Everything was still smooth, POST ran through without a hitch, windows splash screen came up then it went blank, but I could hear through the speaker that normal processes were running
Tried tweaks in the bios and reinstalled the OS still no soft reset. PCie Gen2 or Gen3 manually set, the same issues. Thanks, LafnSu (well normally) My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Asus p8h77 based home build OS Windows 7 ultimate CPU Intel Core i5 quad-core Motherboard Asus P8H77 Memory The system went fully powered off for a sec and then powered back on on its own just to show the black screen freeze again.
No information beeps and will not respond to any keystrokes. Anyway it booted normally and no issues. Feb 25, 2015 at 10:04 AM #10 vziera Joined: Nov 29, 2009 Messages: 192 (0.07/day) Thanks Received: 35 Location: lol System Specs System Name: BrighTaloN Processor: 980X Motherboard: DX58SO2 Cooling: Corsair Cable select could be going out and cause the same symptoms.
I don't know what was the Bios version it got shipped with. Helpful +4 Report unilad13 Sep 21, 2008 at 08:04 PM MY BLACK SCREEN WAS CAUSED BY HAVING TOO MANY USB DEVICES (VIA MULTIPLE 7-PORT USB HUBS) PLUGGED IN AT STARTUP. Had this issue this morning, and reinstalled drivers as a first solution. So, ok, obviously this isn't a hardware issue as I can can see everything (even adjust the resolution to the highest settings) in VGA mode.
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