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Any Help?? 9 answers Last reply Jul 21, 2005 More about blank screen logon RobApr 14, 2005, 11:19 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win2000.general (More info?)RayB wrote:> Have a Windows 2003 Std. johnwillyumsMay 20th, 2007, 11:45 AMOk. Maybe you can see something here I can't :). However I became impatient and over the last week have tried to install Mandriva, Ubuntu and now Wubi and none of them will boot. http://webadapt.org/moved-from/moved-from-applications-forum-splash-screens.php

Change Sort Order in Windows Explorer (All Windows) Windows XP introduced a different ordering method when sorting numeric file listings in Windows Explorer. My pc is about 2 years old and consists of a Intel Celeron R 3.06 chip with 1gb of RAM plus two internal drives- a C. Can't continue on even after attempting totype in> the administator password in the location of the screen where itshould be.> Just get an exclamation point inside of a yellow triangle, no Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/moved-from-nt-2000-forum-splash-screens.38798/

by wmadams / May 29, 2005 9:35 PM PDT In reply to: That's proper. However, that last time was a mistake, as I went too far in exploring the recovery discs and it started anew. There are three pages of code etc. The last step is to boot windows and execute: Code: chkdsk /f /r" Windows will tell you that it needs to reboot to execute this step.

SAFE mode now works. Then you can select both options and see what happens. All rights reserved. I only see the logo and the keyboard icon indicating that I need to do CTRL-ALT-DEL.

I am no further forward here. Are you as stuck as I am? Please post any solutions youmight have and we'll do the same- Good luck. -ROB Related Resources random blank screen during logon process Logon Screen with blank ID. I don't seem to be getting anywhere it's most disappointing.

You can perform the following steps by using the already installed Linux. 1. I tried safe boot, Last know good confiuration, and VGA Mode. Bergie, Feb 16, 2001 #1 Reuel Miller Joined: Feb 17, 1999 Messages: 1,821 Greetings This is more of an Application question. Server.

It booted in safe mode and for once I am seeing a tiny blue picture (about half the screen). http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r1328361-Hard-Drive-Imaging Thread Status: Not open for further replies. Two days ago ecology 2007 wrote: menu.lst is the only file in wubi/boot/grub. memtest86=true ## memtest86=false # memtest86=true ## should update-grub adjust the value of the default booted system ## can be true or false # updatedefaultentry=false ## should update-grub add savedefault to the

title Ubuntu (Original Kernel) find --set-root --ignore-floppies /wubi/boot/linux kernel /wubi/boot/linux find=/wubi/boot/linux setup_iso=ubuntu-7.04-alternate-i386.iso noapic nolapic Once again sorry about the layout. http://webadapt.org/moved-from/moved-from-nt-2000-forum-what-happened.php The rest of the word(pic) has gone to the start of the next line even though there is room for it. Exactlly as before. Don't know whether this is important.

Get sure it is menu.lst. Now some recovery partitions have two choices to do this. Bob -Thanks!Before I take the step off the edge of the cliff...1) Would reinstalling the OS on my existing Win2k drive be the correct process that "should" allow me to get weblink When somebody uses your email address by mistake [Security] by MacGyver208. 2x4 attic joists [HomeImprovement] by snakerock206.

No, create an account now. This> > all> > > happened after the server hang during shutdown, had to manually power> > off> > > server. Went into wubi\boot\winboot and dragged the menu file into my c.

You can also probably see c:\menu.lst which is a copy of wubi/boot/winboot/menu.lst.

So you will be shown a second boot menu. johnwillyumsMay 17th, 2007, 05:54 PMHi Ago. Alternatively, you can use gparted. I'm losing hope.

Wubi is installed there on the New Volume K drive. However when I opened the Wubi folder and then GRUB there are two menu files in there. This seems to be the furthest I've got with any of my attempts but was showing no signs of ever ending and booting. check over here With the image file, you can easily restore a damaged system, move your current system to a new hard drive, or—if you're an IT manager—save significant time setting up new machines

Tried that. Please try again now or at a later time. johnwillyumsMay 17th, 2007, 09:18 PMSorry but I seem to be having a problem with Firefox. I got lots of help from the people on Mandriva Forum.

After the second reboot i would get the fancy ubuntu screen and after that some carbon fiber looking screen ( where the lighting would just fade in and out). Certainlly the one you show is what i now get if I select Ubuntu in the boot menu. I found notepad and dragged and dropped menu!st into it and it opened. The hexadecimal value "2711676" has to be rearranged further.

This is described further down in point 6. 4. You can copy /wubi/winboot/menu.lst to c:\, d:\ and k:\ johnwillyumsMay 19th, 2007, 05:33 PMSorry, Not sure I understand. Proffitt Forum moderator / May 19, 2005 6:19 AM PDT In reply to: thanks As you discovered.Sometimes I wonder if this is progress... This tweak changes the default behavior to open network drives with a double-pane view.

This allows you to restore your PC to precisely the condition it was in at the time of image capture.The image file created by the cloning software contains all details of johnwillyumsMay 18th, 2007, 10:10 AMHi.