Windows 10: Rotating dots on blue background instead of default lock screen
To be absolutely certain it wasn't hardware I bought a brand new Windows 10 display adapter: NVidia Geforce GT 710. It booted up into normal mode using MS basic adapter driver. Unlike the previous ATI this one will let me go to full resolution when using MS basic adapter. After an hour a message appeared saying Windows had installed a new display driver and I needed to reboot. This was unusual because when I put in the other NVidia windows installed the driver without needing a reboot. Now the serious problems began. On reboot windows said it was attempting to repair, then diagnosing the problem, then BSOD telling me to checkout volmgrx_internal_error online. I tried system restore and despite me making a manual system restore point a few days ago windows said there were no restore points. Advanced options and restart for safe mode also caused BSOD with the same volmgrx_internal_error message. Help!
I have a Dell Dimension 3100 that I upgraded to Windows 10, with no adverse effects. I recently added a widescreen monitor and a GT 730 card. This story is told in more detail in another thread. The reason for raising the issue here is that the...
I returned home from work today to find that my computer won't boot. Great, it's going to one of those weeks... After the bios screen and the windows 10 logo, the computer hangs on the following screen, blue background with the spinning white dots....
I have been using win 10 for quite a long time and am happy with it. This evening when I was opening up a word document it behaved strangely . I could shut it down but after that everything stopped working. Ctrl alt delete wont respond. I had to...
I know there's many threads on this subject but none seem to answer it for me.
i7 950 X58A-UD3R Rev 2.0 16gb Ram GTX760. Pretty sure it's a Samsung 250gb SSD.
So I upgraded W7 to W10 via iso. Install made it all the way.
I have a clean (other than a few new programs) windows 10 install on my pretty powerful desktop. Just today for some irrational reason, when I boot up my PC, and select the OS I want, I'm met with a great screen with the spinning dot animation. So...