How to solve booting problem in windows 7?

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I am using hp G50-111NR with Windows 7 as the operating system. When I turn my laptop on it will only show black screen and hang. But when I turn it off and turn it on again it will somehow work properly and proceed to windows desktop.

Can somebody help me with this problem?

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How to solve booting problem in windows 7?

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Before I had the same problem with my HP laptop, so I found out a solution and I found it to be very easy and simple. I tried to press F5 on my keyboard when I get this black screen and I kept pressing it till my desktop appears and after that restart my computer again and I found that this problem disappeared and till now i don't face these problem again but to be honest I repeated this method 2 times in the same moment and after these 2 times I didn't have this problem again.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #121198

How to solve booting problem in windows 7?

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Video Adapter might failing and this might be the problem when you first start your computer.

Here's my say;

* Click Start and re-start your computer;
* During the startup, press F8 to start up the safe mode status;
* Once safe mode is activated and desktop page is up;
* Click Start then Control Panel, System and Security;
* Under System, click on Device Manager;
* Expand Hardware, look for Display Adapters;
* Right click and Disabled it then click Yes; 
* Close and Restart back your computer to normal;

Observe if the same happens again when you first turn your computer on.

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How to solve booting problem in windows 7?

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Hello Remel,

Your problem seems to indicate a problem with a peripheral device or built-in hardware that cannot be detected or is having a conflict during startup.

Here's what I can suggest for your problem:

  1. Perform a hard reset. The HP website has a procedure on how to perform a hard reset to solve hardware or software problems. 
  2. Assuming that you have not reformatted your hard drive yet, use your laptop recovery disk to recover your Windows installation.
  3. Reload BIOS defaults. Get into your BIOS and use the option that resets all settings to default or fail-safe.
  4. As a last resort, do a BIOS update.

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