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Q: PC stuck on ASUS screen

ok so the other night my computer was fine shut down normally etc then last night i tried to start on ASUS stuck PC screen up Fan starts BEEP lights on keyboard flash and the bluse ASUS screen comes up but it doesnt go any further i have tried pressing all of the keys PC stuck on ASUS screen on the keyvoard i think but nothing happens the cd rom drive will open and close I have up-to-date norton antivirus and microsoft spyware installed i dont want to lose everything on my computer by re-installing windows as i havent backed up for while and all my photos are on PC stuck on ASUS screen there DOH I dont understand it was fine I don't know much about computers I know how to use them but I dont know how to fix them AMD K ATHLON XP PLUS FSB MSI KM M-V SCKA DDR XAGP VGA SND LAN ATX I have an ATI Radeon maybe graphics card which has been in for a few months with no probs I recently added an ASUS TV card thig which has beenin a few weeks with no probs Most recently I added my old Epson photo printer for which i downloaded drivers form epson site it said it was the XP driver although I got a warning about it not being something or other and did I want to continue and so on i continued this was about a week or so ago and it has been working ok Its just odd as it was fine the night before and now it wont do a thing I am going home tonight with the printout of this link http www techsupportforum com comp c - html although it doesnt sound like quite the same thing as his screen goes blank but mine is just frozen or not doing anything if the are different I think I am going to try the XP disk and see if it can repair it please repair please repair please help

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A: PC stuck on ASUS screen

You need to do a bit of troubleshooting -- take it one step at a time.

At first I thought you had an ASUS motherboard, but you don't. You have an MSI motherboard. The only ASUS product I see mentioned is the TV card, so why not remove it from the equation.

With your PC turned off, remove the ASUS TV card and then see if your PC boots. Reply back here with your findings so we can do further troubleshooting, if necessary.
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any help appreciated

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Hi if it was me I would return it. have it exchanged. or fixed under warranty.
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Specs ASUS G VX Initially it had Windows but upgraded to black gives I'm stuck Asus screen, Windows several months ago Okay This problem has been happening the past months giving a handful of different error codes and Asus gives black screen, I'm stuck the dreadful Automatic Repair loop I can send in my laptop to Asus for repair but I want to keep it as a last resort Initially this problem occured when my computer suddenly froze forcing me to hold down the power button to shut down Upon booting it back on The black screen pops up with nothing happening for few minutes then starting Automatic Repair black screen again and repeat From the various error codes the one thing they have in common is Asus gives black screen, I'm stuck that the files are Asus gives black screen, I'm stuck missing or contain errors noticeably system files Another thing I see that s never changed is that they only occur when I force shut down the computer or a BSOD which I got once from a KERNAL DATA INPAGE ERROR just yesterday Sometimes though luck more of restarting the computer over and over I escape the Automatic Repair loop and changes to quot Diagnosing your PC quot It then fixes a bunch of stuff although nothing I can recognize from the file names it s a bunch of random letters with dashes similar to a serial code Afterwards the computer boots up like normal although another problem has arisen From that day whenever the computer boots up normally the disk usage spikes up to and lags the computer out This lasts a few minutes to an hour so I wait it out I tried finding what creates this problem but no program on task manager has come up And so from the BSOD I got yesterday my computer was in an automatic repair loop I tried accessing safe mode by holding F wait minutes for it to load and hitting safe mode but it fails to boot up I installed a Windows installation media on a USB Using that I accessed BIOS and tried reinstalling Windows but gave a compatibility error So I clicked quot Repair your computer quot and these are the various things I did I tried resetting my PC and refreshing but says the drive partition is missing I tried going to command prompt and typed in the commands -bootrec fixBCD -bootrec fixboot -bootrec fixMBR -chkdsk C r f x All went successful and found no errors But the problem persists I also tried going to Automatic Repair which was one of the options it lasted hours but at the end it just gave a black screen I tried Automatic Repair again but said it couldn t find the problem As of now it seems that the Automatic Repair loop has stopped Whenever I turn on my computer currently it gives minutes of a black screen the Republic of Gamers logo pops up then gives me a blue screen of error code xc The only thing that works that I ve explored are the BIOS and command prompt I don t know what else to do nbsp

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When I start my pc it gets stuck on the ASUS mobo splash screen. I cant even get into my BIOS. I cleared the CMOS. POST is one beep which should be good. I even went as far as connecting the hd from the bad system as a 2nd hd on a working system and it wouldnt boot as well. Wont even boot to Windows XP System disk.
Here's are list of components on my system:

ASUS A7N8X mobo
Samsung 1gb PC2700 RAM
ATI Radeon 9800 graphics card
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OS: Windows XP

any help would be greatly appreciated


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What happens with just the motherboard, memory, and video card installed?
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Google is my friend. Took a lot of poking, but Stuck on asus logo on startup?? - FixYa suggests the following:

Same problem here with my wife's Asus laptop. Called Asus and they said to unplug charger, remove the battery in the back, hold down the power button for 10 seconds. Then, replace battery, then charger, then press the power button and wait for startup. First time it got stuck at the windows loading bar screen for like 5 min. which is abnormal. Did a hard power down (press and hold power button til it shuts off) then restarted again. That time it worked and all is well so far. Could have been due to a static charge as she was on our couch with our dog backing up movies so charge might have entered through the CD/DVD drive opening. (?) Not sure, but if you are sitting on a static-prone couch with your laptop its probably best to sit on top of a bounce sheet.

I did that and it worked.

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I have this netbook for a little over a year. The warranty just expired a month ago. It is running window 7 starter already installed when i got it at bestbuy.
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Boot off of the Windows Disc Or download the Recovery Console ISO. Burn it to CD with IMGBurn Boot off of the CD and get to the Recovery Console. Here type chkdsk /R and press enter. The Check Disk utility will try and fix any file errors.
You can also download the ISO image for Seatools, WD DataLifeGuard or Drive Fitness in my signature and burn the image to a CD using IMGBurn also in my signature and boot off of the newly created CD and run the Quick and Advanced tests on the HDD to test the integrity of the drive.
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I do see that you have had a similar problem already on this forum but it didn't fix mine (I probably wasn't doing something right).
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Appreciate any help you can give me. Thank you

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I can only suggest very non specific things to try.

Have you tried doing a proper full restart (not a shut down and reboot).
You could try 'System Restore' to a date when you know it was working.
Finally, as its so knew and if you haven't much installed then doing a factory reset is an option. That will take it all back to day 1 condition.
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A:Asus x52 F3SV notebook not booting past Asus screen

Try running Bios defaults

This settings area can be called:
Bios Setup
CMOS Settings
System Setup
even just Setup
You can enter it by pressing the keyboard key that is displayed on your screen when first turning on your computer
Its sometimes:
A Fn Button like F1, or F2, or F10 or some other Fn key
DEL key
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This laptop belongs to my Grandma (87 years old). **She did not make the recovery disk for the computer.**

I got to the Recovery options and it has been stuck at 2% for about 6 hours. Asus OEM X55C WIN8


Yesterday I told Grandma I would see what was wrong, but it would bug out, freeze, etc when trying to log into the administrator. The screen would go totally black and then freeze. So, the computer has shut down improperly several times.

However, it did repair the disk last night before I attempted this recovery.

Please help me shutdown and start over.

A:Asus laptop Win8 stuck at Resetting PC 2%, no way out!

Sounds like you need external boot media and start again.

Not familiar with that model, but I think there a bunch of split wims on the recovery partition.

Do you have anything to boot up ? If not, do you have another win8 x machine you can use to create boot media?

Otherwise, you will need to find win8 installation media from somewhere. I have heard Asus don't supply it.
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OK.Since you say that it is a brand new one, I would advise you not to meddle with it in anyway unless a simple solution that will not void warranty is given by someone who already owns it and experienced such problem.

Check the return policy of the store from which it was purchased, return it and get a new replacement or your money back. IMO, USA is more consumer-friendly than most other countries. ( You may be in Canada too - I am not sure.) I had personally returned a lowly microphone to Radio Shack and got my money back before purchasing another good one from Best Buy where I chanced on it.

If it is not possible, make use of the Warranty Services provided by ASUS. Good luck.
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Get a look at the error message presented by the BSOD (blue screen of death) ....Start tapping the F8 key after you press the ON button, and continue tapping until you are presented with the "Windows Advanced Options Menu" screen.
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Found this: What does the "Maximum Frequency" number mean in the Windows Resource Monitor? - Super User

By looking at CPU-z's real-time report of the processor's clock speed, it seems to be loosely related to what frequency the CPU is running at, which would imply that it means "percent of maximum possible frequency the CPU is running at"; this would be of relevance on systems with SpeedStep and/or TurboBoost technology (or similar). Furthermore, setting the system to "power saving mode" lowers the "maximum frequency" value to around 60%, while setting it to "high performance" mode sets it to around 110%. However, the percentage does not seem to exactly correlate to the CPU speed being shown. What value is this actually representing then?

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I would see if replacing the CMOS battery helps. Some CMOS batteries are soldered to the motherboard. What is the model number of the Asus?
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Create a Live distro of Linux on a CD or FD. See if it will boot (you will have to go into the BIOS to select the proper boot order to OD or USB). If it boots then there is a problem with the HDD or the OS. Let us know if Linux boots up.
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Hello, elie021. You would get better service if you started your own thread. Just go here and press the big Orange button at the very top of the page that says new thread. In the meantime look at this thread but be sure to read the first paragraph. This is the last step before a clean install usually. Startup Repair Infinite Loop Recovery
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A:Asus A7V400MX w/ sempron 2400+ Shows "asus" splash screen then Freeze.

common problems

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A:Black screen, Blue Screen & Stuck on Windows logo

Hello Britt,


I would like to fix that so that I can give my computer a rest during the time that I'm not using it.

The best way to do this is to simply turn it off; it will also save on the electricty bills too.
When I am not using my machine, I turn it off, because here in South Australia we have the second highest electricity charges in the world.


I get a blue screen with a bunch of writing.

Can you tell us what the blue screen says; usually this is due to a recent hardware or software change; however, in your instance it might be the Hibernation feature that is malfunctioning.
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A:HELP: New screen on laptop, Gets stuck on 'Windows starting; screen

Hello and welcome to the forum Nathanielbot

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A:stuck on black screen with cursor after loading screen

Does it boot in safe mode?
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A:volume pop on screen, stuck on screen and cannot reduce volu...

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A:CTRL key "stuck" on laptop, Asus N55S series, Windows 7

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3.I tried to reformatthe computer using the cd I bought from a computer shop,but nothing happened.

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A:Screen stuck on windows start up screen


Originally Posted by lapastangan478

1. After I click the power button and turned the computer on it gives 5 modes on what enviroment I like to open the computer.

Could you explain this point a bit more? Is it the Windows advanced boot screen? Have you attempted to boot into safe mode?


Originally Posted by lapastangan478

3.I tried to reformatthe computer using the cd I bought from a computer shop,but nothing happened.

How did you try to format the drive? When you say nothing happened, what did you do to format? Also, is it an OEM CD or a Windows XP CD?
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A:Black Screen/Stuck Welcome Screen

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A:Asus black screen

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Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 8.1, 64 bit
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A:Asus 13.3 in touch screen lap top

Press start, in the search bar type "Device manager" and choose it, once your in go to Sound, video and game controllers tab, do you see your sound card? does it have anything there that shouldn't be, like a yellow question mark? and what is the sound card model?
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A:NEW Asus - Blue screen already - Please help!!

Completely Uninstall Norton 360 using the removal tool

Then reinstall the latest version

Update your Realtek driver

RtNdPt60.sys fffff880`02326000 fffff880`02332000 0x0000c000 0x475dfad0 11/12/2007 06:49:52
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A:Asus gray screen help

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A:Stuck in welcome screen

I'm embarrassed!

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A:Stuck on screen

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A:Stuck on Welcome Screen?

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A:Stuck on XP welcome screen

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press enter
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A:Stuck at Welcome screen

If all else fails, do a repair install.. This will show you how to do a repair upgrade install to fix your currently installed Windows 7 and preserve your user accounts, data, programs, and system drivers.

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A:Stuck on screen

First thought is malware or virus.
Click here to download HJTsetup.exe
Save HJTsetup.exe to your desktop.

Double click on the HJTsetup.exe icon on your desktop.
By default it will install to C:\Program Files\Hijack This.
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A:Stuck on screen

Hi, Double post, please use Thanks.
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A:Stuck on welcome screen

Never had this myself.

Another thread on the forum discusses this, it may be helpful. There isn't much there, but maybe...

stuck at "Loading Personal Settings"
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A:Stuck at the first screen.

METHOD I from this link System Restore - Undo
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A:Stuck at log-in screen!

Greetings saldana, to TSF.

Turn the Laptop off.
Restart the computer holding the F8 Key, this will bring up a Menu Screen listing, showing Safe Mode; among others, as well as Last known Good configuration > select this and allow the laptop to reboot.
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A:Stuck on welcome screen

Most people with this exact same problem seem to have no success other than doing a factory recovery using the supplied recovery media, or, on newer laptops and computers, using the recovery discs you are supposed to make yourself when you first bought it.
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A:Help! Stuck On Screen! Can't Get Out!

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A:Stuck on Welcome Screen, Everything is Gone! PLEASE HELP!

See if you can get this to run and post the logs. If it won't work we can try something else, do you have access to another PC, a Windows 7 DVD and a Flash Drive. I doubt this is related to the battery problem, but try removing it and see if it makes any difference.

Please download Farbar Recovery Scan Tool (FRST) and save it to your desktop. Do not get tempted to download Regclean Pro.

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A:stuck on log in screen

Hi- cannot help with any password related problems.
Tech Support Guy - Site Rules

'Passwords - Please do not ask for assistance with forgotten passwords and/or bypassing them. As there is no way to verify the actual situation and/or intentions, no assistance will be provided and any such threads will be closed'.
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A:Stuck on welcome screen.

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A:stuck on welcome screen

Do you run any type of Anti-Spyware software?
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A:Stuck at "Welcome" Screen

Please download MiniToolBox  , save it to your desktop and run it.
Checkmark the following checkboxes:
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  List Users, Partitions and Memory size.
Click Go and paste the content into your next post.
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A:stuck at Welcome screen

try starting in safemode
press before windows starts loading, then select from menu

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as this is possibly a virus problem, it may pay to download and run hijack this and post the log, in the appropriate forum here, before doing anything else, someone will analise the log and advise you further if there is a problem
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A:Stuck at Welcome Screen.

you can do a repair installation using the sp1 disk or if you have an sp2 disk you would be better to do a fresh installtion, just back up your drivers on usb or diskusing a trial program like driver max just make sure you put drivermax on the disk as well so you can retrieve the drivers when you have done the installation if neccassary. to do a repair installtion you basically do the exact same thing as a full installtion but when it recognizes the current xp installation on your c: drive you press r for repair
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Hello, when i boot my toshiba C660 1F1 laptop,after i've typed in my password it get's stuck on the welcome screen.I can boot it in safe mode,can you help please?

A:stuck on welcome screen

It could be one of the startup application or service which is causing the trouble. You can use the Msconfig utility from safe mode to disable third party stratup programs to find the culprit. Read the below guide which covers detailed instructions.
If the system boots fine after performing a clean boot , refer part two of the guide to find the offending program.
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I m not too good with computers but I ll Welcome :S at screen Stuck try and make this as clear as possible Yesterday I restarted my laptop big mistake when it came back on it would get past the Stuck at Welcome screen :S the black page with the green bars loading but then would just have a black screen with a movable cursor So I read somewhere can t remember that you should press F upon start-up and then choose quot Enable Boot Logging quot I done this and it quot fixed quot that error but now I d get to the turquoise page where you have to log in and when I do it d just stay there saying quot Welcome quot forever basically Tried going to safe mode does the same thing infinite welcome screen So I Googled the problem and came to a conclusion that I have to use quot msconfig quot to disable some start-up services or something Anyway when I get to command prompt it has quot x windows system instead of c windows quot So when I type quot msconfig exe quot it won t run Am I along the right track Please help Edit before anyone asks I didn t get the vista cd when I bought my laptop nbsp

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My PC was getting stuck every time when I'm logging off from XP screen,

I can't click turn off button from mouse. I used onboard VGA, and DDR1 512 MB memory ...I'm not sure where that problem....I already replaced new mother board also (P1V)

- Damith -

A:Stuck my pc when log off Xp screen

Hello Damith

Ther are many reasons this could happen

1. I have known Zone Alarm to cause this

2. Make sure all other Users are logged off

3. Start/Run and type in

Startup Tab
Keep the page open then go to one of the links below. They will tell you what all the entries are and whether you can disable them or not. They will also identify any malware. Disable everything which is not needed to run at start up

Read the Key at top of page. Use the Search box to check all your entries

When you reboot you will get a message saying you have started in "Selective Startup" Click "Don`t show this message again" then OK

4. Have a look in these places for errors

a. Right click My Computer / Properties / Hardware / Device Manager.
Look for "Yellow" errors

b. Control Panel / Performance and Maintenance / Admin Tools / Event Viewer / System.
Look for "Red" errors. Double click on error.
Take a note of the Event ID and also the Source and post them back.

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