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Black Screen When Installing Windows XP Home!
Press F6 to install SATA driver. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Re by ryno · 8 years ago In reply to Re Hi thanks i think that can work i only Happy computing to you, Brad Nov 24, 2005 #16 jbumbati TS Rookie When I boot into Safe Mode... So I'm still stuck. If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). his comment is here
I pressed a key and "inspecting hardware configuration" appeared. At the moment i'm just trying to repair the Windows installation. Clean new hard drive. then set the refresh rate to 60 hz.
Setup Is Inspecting Your Computer's Hardware Configuration Blank Screen
If this doesn't work just delete the ntfs partition and then everything should be ok... :) 1Votes Share Flag Collapse - same problem by smay1 · 9 years ago In reply Press F8 during startup and select use vga mode Just a few ideas Good LuckClick to expand... It should be sticking up straight and out a bit.
Icrontic › All Discussions › Hardware Talk to Us Twitter @icrontic Facebook Page IRC Channel Steam Group The 5¢ Tour About Us Our Epic History Team Fortress 2 Battlefield 3 Obligatory no partition resizing etc.) and suddenly it worked!This leaves me puzzled wondering why this is the case. Then it goes into the windows installation set up screens and goes blank. Something told me that there may be something left in the MBR that was confusing XP.
after inspecting hardware and loading basic installation file ,computer goes to black screen (without system restating or turning off and i had to rest computer ) but i have no problem Windows Xp Install Blank Screen After Inspecting Hardware Nov 3, 2005 #12 Buradori TS Rookie I finally figured it out after 3 weeks! Jul 25, 2005 #8 romukief TS Rookie Hi all, I was reading this thread I realize I have the same pb now...I did a fresh install of windows xp, install every Now there are some driver problems and that special software is not needed anymore.
If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. At the end of the installation it asks to restart the computer which I did, but during the boot, I pressed F10, pressed 1 for "boot from CD/DVD" with the XP Though very rare, I have seen it before. Thankfully, it worked.
- The problem with the screen going blank in my case was that Windows 7 does not support my native Intel VGA card and the generic driver takes over at the point
- I'm glad that I could help you.
- I can't believe it was this simple......
- When it goes black wait for the cd to spin down again then hit ENTER, wait 5 seconds then hit F8.
- thiru_11Jul 26, 2012, 10:59 PM Quote: Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.general (More info?)I have the same problem as you.
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- ozziebeanie, Jun 30, 2009 #5 ojasookas Thread Starter Joined: Jun 30, 2009 Messages: 7 There was XP before (the same one, I'm trying to install now).
Windows Xp Install Blank Screen After Inspecting Hardware
Wouldn't that mean that USB drivers are installed?>> Perhaps I don't understand what it is that you are trying to do. Join our site today to ask your question. Setup Is Inspecting Your Computer's Hardware Configuration Blank Screen You can also use tweezers to pull it out more and see if your screen comes back on. Windows Xp Boots To Black Screen anyone??
If so how do I get the installation to use the right drivers? http://zgraham.com/windows-xp/re-installing-windows-xp-pro-questions-about.html That's the series.Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Windows Legacy OS forum 2 total posts Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer Newbies 10,498 discussions icon This will remove the unreadable partitions on them, and allow setup to start normally. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Own resolution (so far) by smay1 · 9 years ago In reply Members can monitor the statuses of their requests from their account pages.
Background: Intel has stopped supporting the Intel 82815 Graphics Controller and does not support any OS above XP Upgrading to SP2 causes laptops with 82815 to display a black screen Workaround: That worked for me as well (I had Linux on before). I'm glad you found the solution. http://zgraham.com/windows-xp/help-installing-windows-xp-sp-3.html Did anyone found a solution to this?
Reason CD/DVD: u r maked custom installation disk [unattended, XP Black edition (never use couse is so bugged, any of fiew days i need to repair somthing n it is alot Share Flag This conversation is currently closed to new comments. 15 total posts (Page 1 of 2) 01 | 02 Next + Follow this Discussion · | Thread display: Please keep us posted on any progress any of you may have with this issue.....I'll do the same.
boot from Linux install CD and delete the Linux partitions.
I ran dban's Boot and Kill () to clear the hard drive (simply used Erase mode). Thanks to all the above posters for your help! Great thanks to everyone who answered, especially to abcdjzmcbt for trying to find a solution! If you're new to the TechRepublic Forums, please read our TechRepublic Forums FAQ.
To anyone trying this, you have to make sure the exact sectors are in the exact same place when you do this or linux will most probably choke. This time, I tried to plan the deployment a little more. --When it stopped working-- I created (Primary 1) as NTFS for my XP install, prim2 for /swap, 3 / and Change the drive to the RAM drive that contain all startup utilities, it may be E: if you have CD rom or D:. check over here If you fail to stop the booting process with Windows 7 install, it will tell you your VGA card is not supported and will automatically revert to a generic driver and
An external monitor works for a normal boot. Thank you."I had a similar problem. I researched the HD replacement.