Black Screen woes could affect millions on Win7, Vista & XP

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Black Screen woes could affect millions on Win7, Vista & XP

Postby Spudz » Mon Nov 30, 2009 4:27 am

Black Screen woes could affect millions on Windows 7, Vista and XP
Posted by: David Kennerley

Prevx offers a free fix for Windows Black Screen

Firstly, there appears to be many causes of of the black screen issue. The symptoms are very distinctive and troublesome. After starting your Windows 7, Vista, XP, NT, W2K, W2K3 or W2K8 PC or server the system appears normal. However, after logging on there is no desktop, task bar, system tray or side bar. Instead you are left with a totally black screen and a single My Computer Explorer window. Even this window might be minimized making it hard to see.

If you have these symptoms you can safely try our free Black Screen Fix. It will fix the most common cause we have seen of this issue. Running the fix program is easy under normal circumstances, simply download with your browser using the link above and run the program. However, if you are trying to do this from the PC which has black screen it is a bit more tricky. In these circumstances follow the procedure below:


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Re: Black Screen woes could affect millions on Win7, Vista & XP

Postby Mystery » Mon Nov 30, 2009 1:22 pm

Thanks for the info :)
Gotta remember this link in case someone asks for help with this problem.
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