ojasookas, Jul 1, 2009 #8 abcdjzmcbt Joined: Nov 1, 2004 Messages: 194 Do you have an extra desktop monitor around? SOLUTION: I PUT IN AN OLD PCI VIDEO CARD, WINDOWS XP LOADED PERFECTLY, GOT DRIVERS FOR PROMISE OFF ASUS CD. Then click the upper left corner of the screen for the short test and let it run. screen goes black during device install. his comment is here
http://www.tacktech.com/display.cfm?ttid=287#seagate Choose: SeaTools for DOS v2.13b (Graphical) (12.16.2008) SeaTools for DOS (ISO CD-ROM Image) - burn image to disc This will let you test the harddrive and do a full erase. WIN XP, RADEON 7500, A7V333 CONFLICT I HOPE THIS DOES'T HAPPEN TO VERY MANY, AFTER BUILDING ALLEN MACHINE, I TRIED LOADING XP A FEW TIMES (10). I have the fan on low. So if the BIOS tweak does not work for you, *maybe* a workaround is to ensure the display device is on first. check over here
Is this drive fubar now? I finally figured out that the CPU fan was going too slow and the cpu was getting too hot. Any ideas or suggestions how to fix it? I had a ntfs partition and three linux ones.
http://www.nu2.nu/pebuilder Then, boot to BartPE, and go to Diskpart and clean the disk(s). this time it froze at 2% Test #0 [Address test, walking ones]. Very interesting. As it turns out, I couldn't use the NTFS formatting that is included in the windows setup process.
WHAT?!?!?!?!? Windows Xp Install Blank Screen After Inspecting Hardware remember to put in the admin password if you have any otherwise press enter and continue. 2. GydeMay 14, 2014, 6:51 PM This problem is often caused by partitions not supported or reconized by Windows XP, might be old linux / unix partitions or some other partitions left Thanks!
You will see the screen appear and the testing will automatically start. It is important that Memtest finish until you get the "completed" message. Finally got to command prompt: >Chkdsk /r CURRENT STATUS: It has been running the chkdsk for AGES....is currently at 65% complete. Finally I found a solution!
In my case my, my 80GB hard drive went T's up. anchor Problem installing Windows Xp.. Setup Is Inspecting Your Computer's Hardware Configuration Blank Screen That bothered the boot-CD. Windows Xp Boots To Black Screen Sometimes it can be a bad burn from the mfg.
Still the black screen shows! this content I ran systeme mechanic pro 7 and it found 57 problems in my registry.I fixed them amd my computer is working o.k for now... Do you have your hard drive hooked to motherboard IDE primary channel on its own cable? It din work..
Proffitt Forum moderator / September 14, 2012 5:07 AM PDT In reply to: How can I fix blank/black screen during installation? AnonymousSep 29, 2010, 3:58 PM ANON said: Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.general (More info?)You have a hardware configuration problem.Assuming that the XP CD is OK, and that this system is compatible with Both cables were DVI, but I read somewhere a guy fixed this by buying a new DVI cable and I had a second one laying around. weblink Friday, January 20, 2012 4:48 PM Reply | Quote Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site.
johnfineganJan 5, 2009, 1:39 AM Same problem here. or read our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. Hope this helps!!! 04-06-2009, 11:47 PM #11 adi535 Registered Member Join Date: Apr 2009 Posts: 7 OS: Win xp ,win 7, fedora 10 I have installed many times
No, create an account now. This is a very helpful and greatly useful thread. I'm not a linux expert by any stretch - anyone else want to comment on this? 0 Straight_Man Geeky, in my own way Punta Gorda, FL Icrontian Dec 2005 edited Dec When I had both drives hooked up I had set the jumpers set for master and slave.
See if the caps lock light goes on and off. I had originally changed this to single display mode due to an identified performance issue in Age of Conan. I ended up formatting, re-installing Vista, installing all Vista updates EXCEPT the video card drivers. check over here BTW, when I get the black screen, there is no flashing white cursor.
jovistruckMay 26, 2009, 1:01 PM Quote: I had a similar problem. So the only thing you should have connected is CDRW, one hard drive, and AGP video card. I hav 2 hdd; Samsung40gb and Western digital160gb.. Take out all the PC cards and disconnect the floppy drive too.
Chrystal Report dusty- Aug 13, 2008 at 09:28 PM before you try to replace a graphics card or do a reinstall of an Operating System- Check to see if the jumpers I don't think your problem is memory, but it's easy to test. 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 I'm having the same issues can't log in the screen is just black.
Now there are some driver problems and that special software is not needed anymore. Restart and windows should re-detect your monitor, worked for me. Thanks for thinking with me! in this case, type in 1 then enter.