Question about Computers & Internet
I was logging on to my MSI S6000, between the blue log on page and the home screen, it went gray. So, I manually shut it down. Now wen I turn it on it goes to start windows normal or windows start up solutions. Neither will work, the solutions option just takes hours, then tells me it has found nothing wrong.
Posted by Anonymous on
Press and hold down the Delete key, power on, and this will start the BIOS setup, where you can choose the device to boot from. Usually a hard drive.
Posted on Dec 26, 2017
Some process running in the background is not letting the system shut down. Use task manager to kill unnecessary processes before pressing turn off. If it shut downs then try to locate the process using taskmanager which is causing this problem.
Let me know if it helps.
Posted on Apr 13, 2008
SOURCE: Wont let me log in
I think the blue screen you are reffering to is the blue screen of death. This happens when a serious failure occurs. Your OS's system files may have got corrupted and that would be the reason for this. Try reinstalling Windows.
If the problem persists, get your Ram memory checked by a technician.
Posted on May 13, 2008
SOURCE: start up problem
Start up the computer when the computer boots up go into settings in the Bios (black screen) change the boot settings to boot from cd/DVD put windows disk in reboot you will be asked to boot from CD push Enter.
This will load up windows after while you will come to a screen Enter for Install or R for repair push R for repair this will take you to the DOS prompt it will check keyboard don't touch anything.
next it will ask you repair 1. windows put a 1 in push enter. Then will ask you for admin password just push enter the repair should start. when finshed take disc out reboot. Hope this makes sense? if that fails let me know there is another solution
Posted on Jun 18, 2008
It sounds to me like your cable is loose to the lcd or the video card is not properly 100 percent seeded into the mother board. Prolly the cable in one way or the other, perhaps bad cable.
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
SOURCE: Start up problem!!
When you boot up start pressing F8 and you should get a Windows startup page with more options. If you do select Safe Mode
When windows has loaded, goto MSConfig and select Diagnostic Startup. Ok and reboot
See if windows boots normally.
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
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