First of all, thanks a lot for your help, its greatly appreciated.
I tried those and they did not work. There doesn't seem to be anything that I can interact with on the screen.
Maybe its a problem with the hard drive? I shall try to download Maxtor's diagnostic utility and run that to see if it comes up with something.
Originally Posted by Ksingler
Eclipse, I know what you mean with having all the possible boot-up options to choose from and which ever one you chose it would just go to a all black screen. This sounds like my problem I had a week ago with a registry file failure. I had to just re-install windows all together in order for computer to start working again. The recovery console nor a repair install would do the trick.
Shouldn't a windows repair fix this problem? I mean, clearly it doesn't, but there has to be something similar that would do the trick...