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Old 05-22-2009
mikolaricola
 

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Possible Windows Vista Problem
Hello,

I'm not sure where to post this but I need some help.
I have Windows Vista on my desktop computer and just today, while I was
playing a computer game, my computer just restarted itself (I THINK it did
this because while I was playing, Java was updating in the background).
However, after restarting, it didn't go straight to my password-protected
desktop - instead, it just kept restarting itself in the "black screen" mode
(not sure what to call it). It did this a couple of times until it finally
just didn't go anywhere at all - my hard drive indicates it is turned on
though because of the lights but the monitor doesn't show anything - it's
completely black. I unplugged everything and plugged it back in but my
monitor is still just showing a completely black screen.
Could the problem be the hard drive or monitor? Could it possibly be that
the hard drive is just dusty and/or overheated? Or is it Windows related?

Thanks.
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Old 05-22-2009
TaurArian
 

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Re: Possible Windows Vista Problem
mikolaricola wrote:
:: Hello,
::
:: I'm not sure where to post this but I need some help.
:: I have Windows Vista on my desktop computer and just today, while I
:: was playing a computer game, my computer just restarted itself (I
:: THINK it did this because while I was playing, Java was updating in
:: the background). However, after restarting, it didn't go straight to
:: my password-protected desktop - instead, it just kept restarting
:: itself in the "black screen" mode (not sure what to call it). It did
:: this a couple of times until it finally just didn't go anywhere at
:: all - my hard drive indicates it is turned on though because of the
:: lights but the monitor doesn't show anything - it's completely
:: black. I unplugged everything and plugged it back in but my monitor
:: is still just showing a completely black screen.
:: Could the problem be the hard drive or monitor? Could it possibly be
:: that the hard drive is just dusty and/or overheated? Or is it
:: Windows related?
::
:: Thanks.


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