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Re: laptop starts to boot then screen goes black
When the windows are going in the booting and it is colored black,
the problem can be wrong with the windows or set the mode dual setting LCD 1st
graphic assign it, try to use external LCD Monitor or connect to back of
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Have you activated this before? If so a recent update might have caused this. So you can contact them or can check their site / remove the update. If its a pirate version you have installed genuine software using the internet or have reset the timer. (Since its installed in year 2007). So you have to either purchase a key + activate the key or stop the activation timer using a third party software (not recommended since its piracy). If you update the system (not in a genuine copy) it would cause similar problems.
try booting into safe mode first F8, see what that gives you. if that fails load your original boot disk if you have vista os. load that disk and select repair to see if you have any issues. once your inside. i recommend using a command to repair any files that may be corrupt or changed. so once you get in go to start, select run and type cmd.exe once the black screen comes up type in sfc /scannow you will need to have the original os disk inside the drive. this command will go through and search any system files that have been changed. let me know if that helps or you need any other assistance
Press the start button then hold down F8 to go to a black screen with writing. Scroll to boot windows to last known good boot (maybe not exact words, but do last known good start) Click that option and windows should boot to the last good start of your computer.