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Upon every boot of the system, after the welcome screen, the screen is black, with only a visible cursor. However, by starting task manager, I am able to end process explorer.exe and restart it, achieving a temporary fix. Yet, when I reboot, the problem is there once again. I am frightened for the health of my computer.

Edited by box, 26 April 2010 - 05:43 PM.

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Hi,

Please to repair your windows 7 by following the below given steps:

1.Insert a bootbale Disk and boot to System Recovery Options screen.

2.Select the Startup Repair option.

3.Startup Repair will now scan your computer to attempt to find and fix any startup problems.

4.If problems cannot be found, then click on Next.

5.Click on the Restart button to return to the Windows 7 logon screen.
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Sir, I am afraid I do not run Windows 7. Would it still work?
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Hi,
I am sorry to mention Windows 7 when you use Windows Vista. But you have same steps for Windows Vista. You can try the same steps and let me know.
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