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What do you have to lose? Thanks for the tip. Use the down arrow on your keyboard to select the Last Known Good Configuration (Advanced) option. JT Reply BlackCow says: November 20, 2007 at 2:33 pm If that doesn't work you could also put the Windows Vista CD in and do a system fix. have a peek at this web-site

Warning: Using this guide could cause a loss of data although it’s a very small chance. Press Enter on your keyboard and cross your fingers. Last Known Good Configuration I’m going to walk you through booting Windows Vista using its last known good configuration. Related Guides: Restart Windows Vista Quicker With a Warm Boot Stop 0x7B or INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE Uninstall Windows Vista Boot Windows Vista Up In Safe Mode Defragment the Boot and Application Files in why not find out more

Good Luck! This guide assumes Windows Vista was working fine previously. Windows 8 Windows 7 Windows Vista Home » All » Misc » Vista » Windows | All Categories Published on 06.26.07 by Brent Trahan Still need help?

  • If it was freespace, then the system should boot (if the system was bootable before).
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  • Ask your computer question now. This guide walks you through one simple attempt to fix Windows Vista and get it to boot up again. Introduction A common problem I’m seeing is Windows Vista hanging at a black blank screen when it boots up.

    Boots up fine now. Make sure your computer is powered down. Turn your computer on and immediately start pressing F8 on your keyboard repeatedly until you see a black screen with white writing that gives you a list of boot options. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/453187/blank-cd-r-crashing-windows/ Since Windows Vista reverts to a previous version of the registry, you might lose data that was worked with since your last successful boot.

    John Collins says: August 1, 2007 at 7:48 pm Hey that worked well. You can’t boot Vista anyway.