Wednesday, December 2, 2009

New Windows Update Make Screen Blank

From Computerworld provides information that the latest patch to make the computer appear blank or not an image. Information from Previx say, a black screen also occurred in 3 OS is Windows 7, Vista and XP. The problematic patch is KB915597 and KB976098

New findings obtained 1 week ago, and the impact of OS Windows 7, Vista and XP. Microsoft make changes for the Access Control List (ACL), which related to the Windows registry to add a feature.

Instead, create a new patch Windows Blank, but does not alter the application on your computer. Prevx provides a small patch to fix Windows systems that have blank look
Prevx says the problem is the patch KB915597 and KB976098

Firstly, there appears to be many causes of of the black screen issue. The symptoms are very Distinctive and Troublesome. After starting your Windows 7, Vista, XP, NT, W2K, W2K8 or W2K3 server PC or the system appears normal. However, after logging on there is no desktop, task bar, system tray or side bar. Instead you are left with a totally black screen and a single, My Computer Explorer window. Even this window might be minimized making it hard to see.

If you have these symptoms you can safely try our free Black Screen Fix. It will fix the most common cause we have seen of this issue. Running the fix program is easy under normal circumstances, simply downloading with your browser using the link above and run the program. However, if you are trying to do this from the PC which has black screen it is a bit more tricky. In these circumstances follow the procedure below:

1) Restart your PC

2) Log on and wait for the black screen to appear

3) Make sure your PC should be able to connect to the Internet (black screen does not appear to affect this)

4) Press the CTRL, ALT and DEL keys simultaneously

5) When prompted, Click Start Task Manager

6) In the Task Manager Click on the Application Tab

7) Next Click New Task

8) Now enter the command:

"C: \ Program Files \ Internet Explorer \ iexplore.exe" ""

Note that this command assumes you are using Internet Explorer as your browser, of not substitute your browser path and file details for thos of iexplore.exe or use the browser option of the Task Manager to locate it.

9) Click OK and your browser should start up and begin the download process

10) When prompted for the download Click run, the black screen fix program will download and run to automatically fix the issue.

11) Now restart your PC and the black screen problem will hopefully be gone.

I must stress that this tool will not fix all black screen issues. There can be many causes. But if your black screen Woes began in the last 2 weeks after a Windows update or after running any security programs (including Prevx) to remove the malware during this time then this fix will have a high probability of working.

If you Google Black Screen then you will find a whopping 80Million plus results, mostly dominated by people searching for a fix to this problem. Thousands of users have resorted to reloading Windows as a last ditch effort to fix the problem, avoid that at all costs. We hope we can help a good many of you avoid the need to reload.

BTW the cause of this recent crop of Black Screen appears to be a change in the Windows Operating Systems lock-down of registry keys. This change has the effect of invalidating several key registry entries if they are updated without consideration of the new ACL rules being applied. For reference the rule change does not appear to have been publicised adequatley, if at all, with the recent Windows updates.

In Researching this issue we have identified at least 10 different scenarios which will trigger the same black screen conditions. These appear to have been around for years now. But our advice is try our first tool. If it works great. If it does you are no worse off.

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