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To ESALADUANE: I don't overclock, so that is highly unlikely the problem. Fix: Restart whatever machine you've got mapped to your machine, or turn it off, it's gotta need some repair. Shortass View Public Profile Send a private message to Shortass Find all posts by Shortass #8 02-01-2005, 11:43 PM vincent_tsai Offline Registered User Join Date: Feb 2005 Posts: Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) BleepingComputer.com Register to remove ads #2 shyjan shyjan Topic Starter Members 137 posts OFFLINE Location:boston Local time:02:40 PM Posted 14 May have a peek at these guys

Worked like a charm for me, your mileage may vary. I hope this help someone out there. View all 33 comments Report jak- Jan 12, 2009 at 07:35 PM Go to task manager and start a new process called explorer.exe and it should show up Report NICKSP- Feb In my case after the login screen which seems to work fine, the task manager button is gray (can't be pushed).... go to this web-site

Black Screen After Login Windows 10

Report solmolu- Sep 27, 2008 at 03:52 PM Oh wow, thanks bunches. Click Tools and then click Software Explorer. Marked as answer by Anthony_MannMicrosoft contingent staff, Owner Monday, February 01, 2010 1:56 AM Tuesday, January 26, 2010 10:32 PM 0 Sign in to vote I'm on Windows 7 Ultimate, a Alan Report gini- Sep 20, 2008 at 07:05 AM Thanx a lot.

  1. I never used multiple user accounts in Windows 7, until my wife started screwing up my work.
  2. I tried all the leading anti-virus software and none worked.
  3. Just remember to make back-ups of the files you want to keep (and do so with hidden folders included if you want to save firefox booklmarks and/or .pst files from Outlook).
  4. you will see explorer.exe somewhere in there.
  5. I called HP and they had me press f8 until the bios menu popped up.
  6. What I would suggest is uninstalling any recently installed programs, ensure your pc is not connected to any networks and then see what happens.
  7. I really don't want to reinstall the windows again which I just did a week ago.I will appreciate any solution to this problem.

I tried several ways to get it back to normal: reboot. Neatscan claims Vista compatibility, but does not appear to want to play nice with Win7.System Info: Dell Latitude E6400, Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit. I tried several ways to get it back to normal: reboot. Desktop Not Showing Windows 10 The program appeared to install correctly and documents could be scanned into Office 2007 programs.Upon reboot I encountered the "Black Screen" along with the message "The procedure entry point DwmHintDxUpdate could

I've tried everything!!! Windows 7 No Desktop Icons system boot press f8. Look in the "Click Here" information for a Mod Name, and if it is there it will liley be a *.SYS or *.DLL file, and if it is there, that file http://www.softwaretipsandtricks.com/forum/windows-xp/8320-blank-desktop-no-desktop-after-log.html Marked as answer by Anthony_MannMicrosoft contingent staff, Owner Monday, February 01, 2010 1:56 AM Tuesday, January 26, 2010 10:32 PM 0 Sign in to vote I'm on Windows 7 Ultimate, a

I was then able to restore default settings. Desktop Not Showing Windows 7 How can I run the cleaning programs with the HD slaved on another computer ...or should I just reformat and reinstall? The other solutions didnt really make sense to me because I they were asking me to do things when I couldnt do anything with my computer, but your solution really made Report Brian- Jun 7, 2010 at 10:35 AM well, it ended up that I copied the explorer.exe from another pc and replaced it, it works fine now!

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I think there may be sth. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/5b94b775-992e-4f48-b3ff-c89b3cf45e82/windows-7-black-screen-after-login-no-desktop-show-up?forum=w7itprogeneral Click New Task. Black Screen After Login Windows 10 and goodthing I was able to open them. Desktop Not Showing Windows 8 Report JR- Jun 21, 2010 at 10:10 PM Awesome.

From here, I could launch applications when clicking the "New Task" button. More about the author So what i did, and probably the easiest fix i have ever done, was pop in the Windows 7 CD , booted from it , went to Repair My Computer , Thank you thank you thank you. Switch User is extremely slow 2. No Icons On Desktop Windows 10

AMEN. AsturizGomez View Public Profile Send a private message to AsturizGomez Find all posts by AsturizGomez #6 01-27-2004, 07:21 AM AsturizGomez Offline Registered User Join Date: Jan 2004 Posts: Report Rogie- May 3, 2010 at 10:16 PM cant load either internet hayyss! http://cgmguide.com/black-screen/slow-vista-boot-eventually-fails-before-login.php Ask !

Back to top #5 shyjan shyjan Topic Starter Members 137 posts OFFLINE Location:boston Local time:02:40 PM Posted 17 May 2011 - 11:12 AM went to recovery screen from cd ...after Black Screen Of Death Vista Was this an administrator account? If that happens take your computer to your local IT Guy and ask Him to install explorer for you because it is corrupt Or you Can do This : (You Have

If you do not have the system restore points, try startup repair.

Went to task manager, explorer.exe was running and things were slowly loading, but never showed up. Search-and-destroy Antispyware is one of the best that I've used so far and it's even cheaper than some of the better known scans like Norton and similar scanners. CTR+ALT+DEL then go to task manager then new task then type in explorer.exe then it works. Black Screen With Cursor Once the mappings were deleted, the laptop went back to its very quick boot sequence.

Since my black screen computer had several things redirected there (Documents, Pictures, some libraries), it apparently was causing the hang during boot. ctrl+alt+del will allow me go to the regular screen which I could go to the task manager, switch user, lock the pc, signoff, change pass word, and reboot or restart etc. help please how can I Download that if I dont have icon taskbar and internet huhuh! http://cgmguide.com/black-screen/screen-turns-black-before-reaching-the-login-screen.php What do u want to do ?

Report ABU_LUPIN- Mar 12, 2010 at 11:05 AM guys just use this it is simple the other guy already said it click this link!! cd\ press enter cd windows press enter del explorer.exe Now rename the new file explorer.new by typing ren explorer.new explorer.exe press enter change to the system32 folder by typing cd system32 Report kimsan› hber08 - Nov 23, 2008 at 11:19 PM Hi there, i try the : By Alt-Ctrl-Dele on the wallpaper screen, enter "regedit" in the new task, click ok, bring Is this the same issue?

Do a Ctrl+Alt+Delete and look in the process tab. I had to disconnect at least one sata/hard drive of the 5 (seven if you count both burners) and my machine booted normally. Now go Alt+Ctrl+Del and click on the tab "Processes" Find Explorer.exe in that list and click end process. 5. Register Now - It's Free!

In other words, what I got was a plain blank black screen with only the mouse pointer (which, by the way, responds as I move the mouse ). Removed that and rebooted with another black screen. HELP! Copy a known good clean explorer.exe file from the windows folder. 2.

I'm sure you are sick of replying to this thread and I appologize if I am overlooking the answer that will help my particular situation. Report Gene- Mar 29, 2010 at 06:13 PM Perfect fix ... After trying all different method the regedit method worked for me perfectly. Also it said I did not have administrative privileges to make changes and I am the only one on this computer.

After a reset of the WHS system (and it had apparently hung after installing some Microsoft updates) everything was humming along again. Report GG- Sep 15, 2009 at 06:46 PM I am having the same issue... Blue screen at start up, after installing VIA HD Audio Drivers on my Windows 7 desktop Windows XP Desktop Icons and start button are missing after i open internet More resources I like many other users am running windows 7 ultimate, explorer.exe is crashing and so is task manager so i am unable to start the process manually.

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