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Problem after loading windows,display???

I need help ,so i start the machine working perfect and no problems.. until the windows start, it shows a black after loading .. but I can hear the sounds when is starting but nothing showing on display just black XC ..help me please and thank you!

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  • Cheyzar Aug 26, 2008

    on safe mode it stops on loading???

  • g60gerry Feb 06, 2009

    Toshiba 9100, i have try'ed many times to get the laptop to boot up ..but to no avail it does not, It just about gets to the windows logo then 5 sec after that 'keeps on rebooting to the same point .....anyone able enought to shed some light on the issue please???

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This sounds like a driver glitch. You will need an external monitor in order to fix it and check it to be sure it's not a malfunction with the video card. Connect the external monitor and start the machine, if everything works properly, then the video card is good and you have a driver glitch. If it does the same black screen, then the video card has failed and will need replaced. For a driver glitch, uninstall the video drivers from the device manager then reboot. The machine will find the video card and reinstall the drivers automatically. If this is a driver glitch, this will fix the problem, and you should have your screen back.

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It could be a problem with the video card video driver,tried going to safe mode,reboot your pc and press F8.Go to safe mode with networking.

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  • clark styx valencia
    clark styx valencia Aug 26, 2008

    when youre on safe mode,video driver will stop loading,you might need to go to safe mode with networking to download update video drivers

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