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Black screen beyond win8 Recovery Environment

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#1 BShult


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Posted 24 May 2014 - 07:07 AM

HP 2000 laptop win8 x64 and all i wanna do is set it back to factory BUT..


Windows Recovery Environment loads fine but as soon as i attempt to restore,repair,reset,use image etc it will go to a black screen WITH mouse arrow/crusor and do nothing. i am able to movie the mouse around but thats it. i cant create any disk from the recovery partition because the HP media creator says the recovery partition was removed even though it is perfectly intact as "D:".  and heres what it shows under Computer/Disk Management:


                        Simple  Basic             Healthy (Recovery Partition)     100% Free

                        Simple  Basic             Healthy (EFI System Partition)  100% Free

(C:)                  Simple  Basic  NTFS  Healthy (Boot,Page Dump..)     85% Free

Recovery (D:)  Simple  Basic  NTFS  Healthy (OEM Partition)            11% Free

Recovery (D:)  Simple  Basic             Healthy (OEM Partition)            11% Free


Something i did notice weather it makes any difference or not is that i just happened to notice that the right click on "C" partition and the "EFI" partition are normal but the only thing i see on the rest of them are "HELP" when i right click on them so i couldnt even mark them as the active partition even if i wanted to. sfc found courrupt files but couldnt fix them all. something has to be blocking it or hiding it within the registry or something maybe ? corrupt BCD ? anyone been through this problem yet ?

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