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How do i restore my home screen goes black when calling and receiving

After repairs of bottom charging system the problem started

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Try going into your settings to lock screen open it scroll down to screen time out. It may be set at 30 seconds pick one of the longer times but remember having the screen on uses the battery faster

Posted on Nov 26, 2014

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SOURCE: i cant answer an incoming call, the screen goes black

you need to recalibrate the proximity sensor. this is what stops you from pushing buttons when you are in a call ect. to do this go to main menu > phone settings > proximity calibration. from here you can recalibrate the screen which should fix the problem

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i had that same exact problem, with my razr so i just went out and bought a new battery for like 15 dollars, and now it works like a charm thanks........

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SOURCE: my lcd goes black when calling and receiving nokia e6

Sounds like its a hot wire grounding out... id bring it back to them.

Posted on Nov 14, 2014

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Power connection to computer came out during shutdown yesterday. Today, turning on, it will not boot up.


You are going to need a clean boot up disk. You will have to get one mailed to you or you will have to use another computer to download one. This will get you back into a point that you can do a windows restore. This is going to get rid of all programs and start you fresh. I do, however, feel that you disk drive is going out or already shot. You should do a Chkdsk on it. (check disk). This will tell you if it is a hard drive error or not.

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Wont run windows at all. Says: \WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\CONFIG\SYSTEM


You have a corrupt registry and it needs to be replaced.
Doing a System Restore will do this. Since you cannot run it from the hard drive, you will have to boot from a Windows DVD.
Here is the procedure
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You did not specify which version of Windows you have so I just picked W7 as an example. If you need more specific instructions, you need to give more specific information.
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Windows 7 won't bootup, has error recovery. it loads files then nothing. screen is black.


Had that problem a few times myself.
Only way I could fix was to restore back to factory condition.
As you boot, watch bottom of screen closely.
depending on system, Should need to press F2, F10, possibly F12, might even be Del.
Most likely you didn't get restore disk, or have made one.
If you do, insert disk before boot up. System should boot to DvD.
Don't forget once restored to update.
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Jun 22, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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TURNS ON , GOES TO START NORMAL OR SAFE MODE, GOES THRU THE WINDOWS XP SCREEN AND THEN GOES BLANK


Follow the steps below,

Step 1: Shut down your PC completely.
Step 2: Turn on the Power button.
Step 3: As soon as you turn it on start hitting the F8 key on your keyboard until you get to a black screen called "Windows Advanced option". (If you don't get to that that screen but you end up reaching the blue screen than that means you have delayed in hitting the F8 key. start again from step 1.)
Step 4: As soon as you reach "Windows Advanced option" use your down arrow keys to choose an option called "Safe Mode".
Step 5: Select that and HIT ENTER.

Step 6: If you able to login then try accessing System Restore.
Step 7: Click on Start and then click on All Programs.
Step 8: Choose Accessories and then System Tools and System Restore.
Step 9: Run the wizard by choosing "Restore My computer to an Earlier stage"
Step 10: Choose a date displayed in Bold in the calender.
Step 11: Your computer would reboot and wait until the restoration completes.

Hope this helps.



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When i try to start my emachines e525 laptop it goes to a windows error recovery screen and gives me the option to launch startup repair...but when that goes to start the screen goes black. I've tried last...


Have you tried reformatting your hard drive and resintalling your operating system. Alot of times with the corrupted files on your hard drive, the system restore will not work. If your recovery partition is not there then your recovery process will not work either. I would definitely try to reformat the hard drive and reinstall windows and restore my files from a backup. have fun!

Nov 10, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Laptop is working fine until the screen goes black


The problem of black screen can also happen in other versions of the Windows. However, the symptoms and effects of the problems in all operating systems are almost same. For instance, when a user starts his Windows, everything goes fine. But when he logs into it there awaits a black screen instead of the normal desktop layout. An average computer user finds it very disturbing and has no clue how to fix Windows 7.
However, the best way to find a solution to this problem is to fix the registry errors in your computer which become the cause of all major Windows errors and crashes. The registry in Windows 7 is a very important component of the entire operating system and it stores information about the Windows settings. If these settings are not adjusted properly then there start to appear strange computer problems such as Windows 7 black screen.
Here are some discrete steps you shall also take besides fixing your Windows 7 registry which is inevitable for safer and stable computing:
* Conduct an antivirus and antimalware scan. Fixing for malwares after a registry scan gives an extra protection to the PC and saves PCs from lots of dangerous infections.
* Start Windows 7 in safe mode and restore your PC/system to the previous date after which you received the Windows 7 updates. It is believed that some updates may be behind these screen issues in Windows 7.
* Adjust your display settings since the wrong settings may also cause the Windows 7 black screen also called the blank screen. You can do this by starting Windows in safe mode.
Follow all the guidelines and start from registry repairing scan for Windows 7 to fix Windows 7 black screen. The best available tool to repair registry and fix PC errors such as this is Reg In Out.

Sep 12, 2010 | Acer Aspire One PC Notebook

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Vista boots just Black screen with cursor even in safe mode


Yes, this is a known issue with Vista. You need to back-up your data, format your hard drive and re-install Vista from the beginning.
There is really no use trying to repair it: it is damaged.
After you re-install Vista, do not forget to install service packs from microsoft.com.

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Unable to boot up


1. Reboot your computer.
2. Press F8 repeatedly on the very first screen you'll see after turning the system on.
3. Select "Repair Your Computer"
4. Hit Next on the keyboard layout
5. Select your account name and enter password
6. On the Recovery Options, select Startup Repair

If that doesn't resolve the issue:
Repeat steps 1-5 above. Then select System Restore instead. Restore the system back to a date where you think it was working fine.

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IPHONE touch screen not working


If hard resetting and restoring it doesn't work you have a broken LCD screen. There is an iPhone repair website that shows you how to replace the screen yourself, if you're out of warranty.

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