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Restart the computer, before the windows logo comes up tap the "F8" key on your keyboard. If done correctly you should get to a screen where it will ask you if you want to proceed into safe mode. (This should work for XP, Vista and Win 7)
k when the computer first boots up hit f8 or shift f8 to get to advance options . move arrows to last known good configuration. if that fails to get you on desk top you will most likely need to call hp and get replacement disks to reinstall the missing or currupted drivers. your NTloader is not reading from your master boot record that is why your getting this.
1)unplug all the peripherals from the computer,press the power button and hold it,then connect the peripherals.
2)open the tower and try to reseat the ram and the memomy slot.
3)try to go to BIOS screen,if it gets stuck while going to bios,shut down the computer,disconnect the sata cable of the harddrive,try to boot the computer to bios without the hard drive connected,if it goes to bios properly with the harddrive cable disconnected,that means hard drive has gone bad.motherboard is alrite.
It shouldn't make any difference which monitor you are connecting to any computer. In fact, I am running a 19" HP Flat Panel on my Dell Dimension 2400 right now. It is NOT a wide screen monitor as the Dell built in graphics card will not support the RESOLUTION RATIO required for the wide screen. Check what setting is "native resolution" for your monitor and see if your graphics card will support it. If not, using your old monitor, try different resolution settings. Right click on your desk top, click on properties and that should bring up the display properties box. Try a lower setting as larger settings are the ones that will give you a black screen. It will probably give you a smaller picture on your old monitor, or perhaps smaller or larger icons on the desk top. Accept the new settings, turn off your computer and switch monitors, and turn your computer back on. If you get a picture, but it does not fill the whole screen or the icons seem too large or small, then go back into properties from the desktop and try a different resolution ratio until the picture seems correct.