No Windows Vista Login Screen after System Restore goes into Blue Error Screen.

staypuft

New Member
Hi everyone. I'm having trouble with my Acer laptop. This is what happened. I recieved an automatic update for IE9. I tryed it out, I did not like the new settings. So, I tryed to delete it, it said that I do not have permission to do that. So I did a System Restore to go back to IE8 and it looked like it was doing it's thing. Then it went into the Blue Error Screen. I turned my laptop off and then back on after a minute or so. Everything looked ok, all the intros still come on but "Windows Vista Home Premium 32bit (Full Version) Login Screen or Welcome Screen" does not load at all. Just stays on a blank black screen with the mouse arrow. I tried using the F8 options on the laptop but they have not done anything so far. SafeMode does not work and apparently there are no Restore Points anymore. No Backups either. Command Prompt still works. I did a scan and it said there is nothing wrong but there is. Should I get the full version of Windows Vista Install Disk and use the Repair option from there? You know where the disk has options like Install, Uninstall, Repair? I'm not talking about a Recovery Disk with the same F8 options as my laptop.
 
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System One

  • Manufacturer/Model
    Acer Aspire 5520-5912

staypuft

New Member
Hi everyone. I'm having trouble with my Acer laptop. This is what happened. I recieved an automatic update for IE9. I tryed it out, I did not like the new settings. I tryed to delete it, it said that I do not have permission to do that. So I did a system restore to go back to IE8 and it looked like it was doing it's thing. Then it went into Blue Error Screen. I turned my laptop off and then back on after a minute or so. Everything looked ok, all intros still comes on but "Windows Vista Home Premium 32bit (Full Version) Login Screen or Welcome Screen" does not load at all. Just stays with a blank screen and arrow. I tried using the F8 options on the laptop but they have done nothing so far. SafeMode does not work and apparently there are no Restore Points. No Backups either. Command Prompt still works. I did a scan and it said there is nothing wrong but there is. Should I get the full version of Windows Vista Install Disc and use the repair option from there? You know where it has options like Install, Uninstall, Repair? I'm not talking about a Recovery Disc with same F8 options.
Can someone please give me an explaination on how I can boot a disc from a DVD drive. I'm unable to login to Windows Vista, do I use the Command Prompts to boot a disc?
 
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System One

  • Manufacturer/Model
    Acer Aspire 5520-5912

americancritic

Vista Guru
Gold Member
Hello staypuft and welcome to the forum.

I agree with richc46 100% on this, I know it works because they recommended it to me and it worked perfect...
 

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System One

  • Manufacturer/Model
    a6530f Desktop
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    HP-PAVILION
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    M2N68-LA (Narra3)
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    8 Gigs of Ram/DDR2 PC2-6400 MB/sec
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    NVIDIA GeForce 6150SE nForce 430
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    Intergrated Realtex ALC888S Audio
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    LG W40 series widescreen
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    1600 X 900
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    1 640 GB Sata transfer rating: 3.0 Gb/sec speed: 7200 RPM
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    300W
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    Mid-Size ATX
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    Microsoft Wireless Mouse 5000
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    HP Multimedia Keyboard
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staypuft

New Member
Cool, so I just go into the BIOS section and change the Boot settings from there, then I boot the full version of Windows Vista Install Disk? I hope I don't have to put in a keycode for the Windows Vista install disk. I just want to try and repair it first and not fully install it. I'm gonna need to buy the Windows Vista disk soon. It did not come with my laptop.
 
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System One

  • Manufacturer/Model
    Acer Aspire 5520-5912

R16RACA

Member
Cool, so I just go into the BIOS section and change the Boot settings from there, then I boot the full version of Windows Vista?
thats what should happen
 

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System One

  • CPU
    AMD Athalon 64 x2 4600+
    Memory
    1.00GB
    Graphics Card(s)
    ATI RAEDON X1300
    Monitor(s) Displays
    compaq wf1907
    Screen Resolution
    1440 x 900 - 60Hz
    Hard Drives
    200gb
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