|07:55:59 Aug 4th 10 - Princess Aisha:|
Since the Question sector is only for ingame questions I though I could ask a question about my computer problem here;
Here goes; I have a problem with my Windows7, when I turn on the computer it gives me blank screen, windows do not want to fully load. So when I start it I have to hit F8 and choose "safe mode" start. And then it turns on and its ok.
So I though its a problem with my windows, might be a bad copy. But then I do a normal restart and it restarts full windows without a problem and works well after I do that... So it just does not want to load windows when I turn it on after it was turned off.
Did anyone have problems with this? What might be the problem? Is there a way to fix this?
|19:09:26 Aug 4th 10 - Mr. Vuggy The Annoying Bastard:|
Did you recently download any programs? This happens with my brother's laptop, which doesn't have windows 7, but is still just as annoying. Windows 7 is over-hyped.. IMO it sucks.
|19:22:56 Aug 4th 10 - Sir Butters:|
How old is the system you installed Windows 7 on? I know Windows 7 tries to do some spiffy power saving stuff, but it requires a recent BIOS (ie. fairly new motherboard). First time we tried it at work it did not work because of this and we had to disable the power savings settings....
|19:35:50 Aug 4th 10 - Ms. Jennaside:|
its fairly new butters,Aisha when did the problem start you can try a system restore back to when it was working right.
|19:39:24 Aug 4th 10 - Princess Aisha:|
The problem is that I bought completelly new processor and everything except the monitor. So its all brand new, but I dont think monitor would be the problem, or it might?
The problems started the minute I set it up after buying it.
So what exactly in the power savings should I change?
|20:00:15 Aug 4th 10 - Ms. Jennaside:|
aisha go to skype and pm me
|20:15:29 Aug 4th 10 - Sir Butters:|
Mmm, lemme check again, I have them somewhere, we did it like 6 months ago and my memory isn't what it used to be...and tbf it always kinda scked
On another question, did the computer come with Windows 7 installed? Or did it have XP?
|20:47:34 Aug 4th 10 - Princess Aisha:|
When I bought it it had new windows 7...
Yes I think I did disscuss this when I was in Fear or Fate too :| so after all this time it still is not fixed :(
|20:58:44 Aug 4th 10 - Sir Butters:|
The ones we changed were under Control Panel->Power
We basically turned off everything :) Not sure which one did the trick for us...turned off hibernating, put it on Minimal Power Management, etc
|02:18:47 Aug 5th 10 - Mr. Vuggy The Annoying Bastard:|
Windows 7 is junk. XP is where it's at.
|03:50:21 Aug 5th 10 - Mr. Ignotus:|
Idk I like Windows 7. I had a problem with my memory when I had windows XP. It said something was wrong with my RAM amount. I was going to send my PC to the HP ppl but then my computer teacher told me to get Windows 7. I did and no stupid issues with memory are coming up. It was basically a software problem. I also had that computer for about a year or so.
|04:35:29 Aug 5th 10 - Mr. Vuggy The Annoying Bastard:|
That's because it's HP. ;) Acer all the way. Woot woot.
|23:22:15 Aug 5th 10 - Mr. Ignotus:|
I played some games on my friends Acer laptop but idk I dont really like acer. The one I was using was just glitchy and his laptop was like just a lil over a year old. HP is pretty with games like WoW or this game but I would choose an Acer over a Mac anyday. Macs are the worst for gameplay in my opinion.
|23:33:10 Aug 5th 10 - Clown Wankin Between Ticks:|
maybe your pc doesnt like the electricity your giving him :/
|02:16:31 Aug 6th 10 - Mr. Vuggy The Annoying Bastard:|
My computer is well over 5 years old, with newer RAM in it and a graphics card I need to replace, but once I replace that graphics card, it should play all of the games there are out there nowadays. 3.33 Ghz. :)
As I said, Acer ftw. :P
Give a + if you want an alienware computer like I do. :D
|16:36:01 Aug 7th 10 - Lord Chade:|
By the sound of it i can think of software problem of your graphics (drivers most probably). A blank screen may occur if there is a problem with the video card drivers and Windows 7. To resolve this problem please follow these steps:
|02:15:59 Aug 8th 10 - Mr. Scipio:|
Aisha, good advice immediately above although my approach would be ever
so slightly different if I were to jump straight on that.
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