This issue could occur due to incompatible or corrupted device drivers. However, this option did not work. Also the Toshiba recovery disks gave the error 03-eeee-0000. To post images use one drive or drop box share links. I am having the very same problem -- a flashing white cursor after a restoring a system disk image on a new replacement laptop hard drive. So I moved the contents back to where they were supposed to be and voila, everything now seems to be working fine.
Then, type the commands i suggested to check your issue. I have tried everything, no problems detected anywhere. I haven't tried doing it with diskpart this time around. Suddenly and I mean suddenly as in I shut it down for an hour and tried to boot it hangs with a blinking cursor at boot. Please provide a fix for the faulting SouthBridge In case anyone comes back to this as the original message was posted a long while ago, this is how I got back to my normal screen. I don't know what to do.
Or alternatively use a seperate machine if you are not confident that everything has been copied. Automatic Repair, System Restore, System Reset didn't work. As I have an Evo 950, my boots are typically extremely quick. I am thinking maybe changed something: I don't think its a Rufus issue. I had this problem, but I was able to enter the task manager with cnt alt del. Right now, whenever I start up, there will be a temporary blue screen after which the hp logo will load and then finally it will reach a black loading screen where the cursor will appear with a loading circle beside it and blinking. Even when using an older version of the tool itself, it doesn't start and force me to download the latest version.
I do hope the problem can be resolved as jumping through hoops to get software working is the kind of thing that is economically unproductive. Acronis Loader attempts to load and then it goes to the blinking cursor. Adding the secure partition then adding the image. Clone everything onto your usb hard drive and once finished plug in your cloned drive onto the another pc. I booted my computer, and my monitor was black. I removed all by usb connections, including keyboard and pendrives and rebooted - everything came back to normal. I have just researched the problem that's how I stumbled upon your question ; there are several options to solve it.
But when booting the Win10 iso, I only get a black screen with blinking cursor. There is also a barely visible bubble stick on the bottom of the screen which I attached. You mentioned that you manually created new partitions on the new hard disk before restoring your backups. For more information: --------------------------- Use Bootrec. Can't explain why but since that seems the only way to boot Windows, I'll try installing 8. .
I then took a 32gb flash drive and using a Mac computer mounted Windows 10 64-bit to it. Continue Startup, Diagnostics, Boot Menu and network boot all lead to the same black screen with the blinking underscore at the top left corner. In my case, this has been happening in Windows 7 whenever my laptop will go to hibernation, so I removed the option of hibernation. Every time I turn it on it just boots to a flashing cursor on a black screen. Power up your server; d. Automatic Repair, System Restore, System Reset didn't work. Hope to fix it soon.
In any event, I ultimately found a solution that worked for me: Turn it off. Upon reboot, I was stuck with the black flashing cursor. My eye problems have recently increased and I'm having difficult reading posts. However, it is not accepting my credentials to even access my backup. Please type below commands into Command Prompt and press Enter key.
My ideal outcome would be a restoration of system. So essentially what you would be doing is cloning your drive onto a usb external hard drive and then once you have reformatted your laptop you can get access to the cloned files. I took the graphics card out and connected it again. Please help me get this straightened out. I tried on a differnt machine following the same steps as above and on that machine I received a disk read error that I was unable to repair.