Screen goes black before logg in

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Performance' started by nibla, Aug 29, 2009.

  1. nibla

    nibla Guest

    Hi recently I made a bad move.. I put something on automatic in the
    graphiccard options in screen options which you'll get in to by doing
    this. right click on desktop properties then you click properties again
    in that window then i changed something there to automatic then i
    restarted the computer and i starts normaly but then it just goes black
    and i can hear the vista welcome sound.. Ive looked on other threads and
    I have tryed pretty much almost everything.. Also when I try to run it
    in safemode it stucks at "\windows\system32\drivers\crcdisk.sys"
    would really help if you could help me!
    I got a Dell XPS m1710 with vista ofcourse.

    Thanks


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    nibla, Aug 29, 2009
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  2. nibla

    gazzoid Guest

    you may have changed the resolution settings on boot up,it does thi
    when you change desktop background as well, if the picture does fi
    what you already have set ,maybe try resolution change 1st??? in you
    graphics card settings??

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    gazzoid, Aug 29, 2009
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  3. nibla

    dgmacmi Guest

    "nibla" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    >
    > Hi recently I made a bad move.. I put something on automatic in the
    > graphiccard options in screen options which you'll get in to by doing
    > this. right click on desktop properties then you click properties again
    > in that window then i changed something there to automatic then i
    > restarted the computer and i starts normaly but then it just goes black
    > and i can hear the vista welcome sound.. Ive looked on other threads and
    > I have tryed pretty much almost everything.. Also when I try to run it
    > in safemode it stucks at "\windows\system32\drivers\crcdisk.sys"
    > would really help if you could help me!
    > I got a Dell XPS m1710 with vista ofcourse.
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    >
    > --
    > nibla


    If Dell provided a Windows Installation disc with your computer, try booting
    with that disc and repairing your computer with a System Restore.

    Don
     
    dgmacmi, Aug 29, 2009
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  4. nibla

    nibla Guest

    hmm cant find that CD or they didnt provide me with one.. :
    where can i get one of those.

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    nibla, Aug 31, 2009
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  5. nibla <> wrote:

    >
    >hmm cant find that CD or they didnt provide me with one.. :s
    >where can i get one of those..


    Maybe Dell???

    Moron.
     
    Addison Steele, Aug 31, 2009
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  6. nibla

    dgmacmi Guest

    "nibla" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    >
    > hmm cant find that CD or they didnt provide me with one.. :s
    > where can i get one of those..
    >
    >
    > --
    > nibla


    Dell support should be able to help especially if you are still covered and
    you purchased from Dell. If you purchased from a reseller, they may send you
    to the reseller support. Use care, that they do not take the easy solution
    of having you restore your as built factory configuration.

    Two long shots.

    If you can borrow an installation disc for the same version of Vista {Home
    Premium etc), try using that disc. As I recall, using the repair options on
    the installation disc does not require the product key. Do not know if an
    other version may work or not.

    You have an older version Dell Laptop. Check your manual for directions for
    running Dell Diagnosis. On my Dell Laptop, Diagnosis is run even if you have
    no display and may {long shot} fix the problem. If you cannot find your
    manual, try holding down the Fn key when you turn on power or tapping the
    F12 key when you tap F8 for Safe Mode. Also, since you have access to
    another computer, you should be able to down load the manual for your
    XPS-M1710. If you received a Drivers and Utilities disc, booting from that
    disc may also bring up diagnosis.

    When you have the problem fixed, you may want to invest in an image backup
    program for your computer.

    Don
     
    dgmacmi, Aug 31, 2009
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