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HELP! BLACK SCREEN OF DEATH


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BAHAMA242

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After rebooting my computer one day i logged in to my user which is the only user on my windows vista 32bit 2gbram dell inspiron 1721 and i had a black screen...i called my friend over to use his laptop to find a resolution but it was only temporary.

this is the temp resolution

if u can get to the Alt+Ctrl+Delete menu and start the task manager...u may be able to load back most of the vista elements...first go to the processes tab and click to show processes from all users...then click continue and itll show all the processes...then go to file-run and type 'explorer' and it should load the rest of the way


I NEED A PERMANENT RESOLUTION TO THE PROBLEM CAN ANYONE HELP!!!!!??????
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Use the recovery discs or vista install disc and do a fresh install.

At least this way your machine will go back to the factory settings and be like brand new agin, , , dont forget to back up everything that you want to keep as the fresh install will reformat the drive and start afresh.

Problem solved !
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If you have important data there, don't use recovery DVDs.
Did you try System Restore?
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