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Published on 15 Jan 2015 | over 2 years ago

Windows 7 & 8 - Black Screen With Cursor at Start-up FIX
Black Screen With Cursor at Start-up Windows 7 Windows 8
Boot the windows 7 or windows 8 system to the blank black screen.

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--Ctrl Alt Del 00:40
Try ctrl alt del windows 7 or windows 8, if task manager shows up on ctrl alt del then go to file-run- type explorer.exe and hit enter.

--Sticky Keys 01:00
On the blank black windows 7 and windows 8 screen again try pressing shift 5 times. Here is a link to a video that does something similar to the sticky key hack.
Link: www.youtube.com/watch

--Safe Mode 01:35
Press f8 before windows boots to get to a menu. on this menu windows 7 or windows 8 go to safe mode and press enter. If safe mode loads then you can use windows to scan the system and fix it from inside windows.

--Last Known Good Configuration 02:45
Press f8 before windows boots to get to a menu. Use 'Last Known Good Configuration' if this boots into windows 7 or windows 8 then you probably didn't have much of a problem and you should be good to go.

--Startup Repair 03:12
Press f8 before windows 7 or windows 8 boots to get to a menu. Go to repair computer and boot into repair client. Click startup repair and the client will scan and automatically repair the startup sequence of windows 7. if the scan says it fixed something then try booting normally

--System Restore 03:45
Press f8 before windows 7 or windows 8 boots to get to a menu. Go to repair computer and boot into repair client. Click system restore. Find a restore point as before the date of the issue and do a restore. if the system does not error the windows 7 or windows 8 system may be fixed.

--System Image Recovery 05:04
Press f8 before windows 7 or windows 8 boots to get to a menu. Go to repair computer and boot into repair client. Click on system image recovery. This will reload an image of the system from an earlier date. this image will have had to be setup before the issue began. if this system image recovery does not work then you probably have a hardware issue.

--Memory Diagnostic 05:22
Press f8 before windows 7 or windows 8 boots to get to a menu. Go to repair computer and boot into repair client. Click on windows memory diagnostic. This will scan the ram in the system and will display if the system has faulty ram. if you have bad ram remove all ram sticks and scan the ram one stick at a time. After scanning all ram throw out all bad ram. Then boot windows normally.

--Check Disk chkdsk /f/r 06:28
Press f8 before windows 7 or windows 8 boots to get to a menu. Go to repair computer and boot into repair client. Click on command prompt. First you have to find the partition you want to scan. When booting in the repair client it slaves your current drives therefore the c:\ drive will be labeled with another letter. To find the partition type dir and then any letter. You are looking for folders called: Program files, Windows, Users, etc. if you see those folders then you know you have the right partition. Type the letter of the partition then a colon, ex. e: hit enter. if the partition letter is showing up at the beginning of the prompt line then next type chkdsk /f/r and hit enter. Let the system scan. if the scan is completed with errors then get some imaging software and try to image your drive to different drive. if you cannot get the software to image then you will have to slave the drive and backup your data on a separate system and reinstall windows o/s.

--Refresh Windows Install SFC /Scannow 09:15
Press f8 before windows 7 or windows 8 boots to get to a menu. Go to repair computer and boot into repair client. Click on command prompt. First you have to find the partition you want to scan. When booting in the repair client it slaves your current drives therefore the c:\ drive will be labeled with another letter. To find the partition type dir and then any letter. You are looking for folders called: Program files, Windows, Users, etc. if you see those folders then you know you have the right partition. type the partition letter followed by a colon eg, e: hit enter. Now type sfc /scannow and hit enter. if it tells you the computer needs to be repaired restart and computer try the scan again. if the scan still does not work type sfc /scannow /offbootdir-e:\ /offwindir=e:\windows

-- Still Stuck 11:52
If you are still stuck then your system is probably pretty messed up. Back up your data and reinstall your o/s.

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