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#1 bubblewraplastik

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Posted 11 June 2007 - 02:38 PM

a few days ago, i tried booting my computer like always, but after the windows logo stopped and my desktop was SUPPOSED to show up, my monitor would flicker black and then nothing. i have tried system restore, with no success, and it boots fine into safe mode. my screen seems to "turn off" when i get to my desktop. thanks in advance cuz this thing has been a bum rusher.

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Posted 11 June 2007 - 06:11 PM

1) At the Safe Mode options, choose Enable Boot Logging.
2) Reboot and attempt to enter normal mode.
3) Reboot and enter Safe Mode
4) Go to the C:\Windows directory, locate the ntbtlog.txt file and copy it to your Desktop
5) Open the ntbtlog.txt file on your Desktop and copy all the text to the clipboard
6) Open up a spreadsheet like Microsoft Excel or OpenOffice Calc and paste the contents to the spreadsheet
7) Cut the Safe Mode stuff from the bottom of the log and paste it in the column just to the right of the normal mode stuff
8) Compare the 2 listings to see if you can locate any issues there - either with failing drivers in normal mode, or in differences between the Safe Mode and normal mode boot sequence.

This will help to identify the problem with your system - but I suspect that this is an issue with your video drivers, so you may want to try updating them in Safe Mode with Networking Support.
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