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If repair doesn work install new vista over old to save files, make backup copy of files and do clean new install of vista
Posted on Jan 30, 2018
Boot from the Vista CD and run a windows repair (non-destructive so you keep your files).
Posted on Jan 30, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Jul 09, 2008
if u have warranty, then go to your nearest service center..coz ly if there s any hardware prob. u'l hear beepin sound.
Did u try to repair windows os.. even coz of malwares your system might corrupt. so if you had no important files, then u may try to reinstal your windows os.
Anyway IF u have warranty then go to your nearest service center..
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
Try Safe Mode. Press F8 key during bootup and you will be presented with a black screen with multiple choices. Select "Safe Mode". This will load Windows with minimal drivers and with admin login option. If you can log in as administrator then create a new account in the Control Panel. Restart the computer and shut down. If it shuts down correctly then you are half way there, windows OS is not to badly corrupted. Boot up and if it comes up normally select the new profile you created.
If this does not work, then you will have to repair the system files, for which you will need a OS CD or restore disk.
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
If you can see the windows logo and get into the bios then it is not the graphics card.
Most likely cause is the os itself, just after post press F8 repeatetly until you have the boot mode page open and choose safe mode, in safe mode do a system restore, goto start bar, programs, accessories, system tools and system restore, and start from a resent restore point. This can can take a while, so be patient and let the computer restore itself until you have the windows screen up.
If the restore dosent work, goto safe mode again, right click on my computer goto properties and enter device manager, in there under display adapters click on the plus sign and uninstall the graphics card, reboot. hope this helps post back if need farther help.
Posted on Feb 19, 2010
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