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    Ausrufezeichen Blank Screen at startup after installation

    Hi there,

    I recently installed Daemontools 4.35.5 under windows 7 x64.
    The installation didn't completed as it gave me the error about windows 2000 and the kernel. Each time that I tried to reboot for the installation svchost would not let me restart and would crash(and then I could restart my computer). Suddenly, I started my computer and.... nothing. blank screen. Everything seems to be ok on the hardware ( I have an ASUS crosshair so there is a little screen that tells what is booting) but I can't see a thing, not even the BIOS! I though it could be STCP.sys related but I don't have a clue since I can't see anything on my display(which is dual-screen and I don't see anything on both of them).

    Here are my specs if it proves useful :

    ASUS crosshair motherboard
    6gb 800mhz OCZ memory
    AMD 6000+ processor
    eVGA Nvidia 8800GTX
    650watts power supply
    G-15 keyboard
    G-5 Mouse
    Logitech Z-5500 speakers

    Oh, my mouse seems to be O.K. though. I think I can go into windows but I don't see a thing... and the lights on my G15 seems alright also but the backlighting doesn't show up at startup.

    Thank you for taking time to look into this.

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    Regarding your mouse only means it gets power, nothing more.

    You do hear a beep code?
    Elcos on mainboard are ok?
    Make something idiot proof, but then they just make a better idiot
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    I do not hear any beeps but I don't know what Elcos are...
    I was able to log on windows though but didn't see a thing

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    Elcos are on mainboard mostly next to PCIe slot.

    You actually tried another monitor and/or Safe Mode?
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    Well I can't go into safe mode and I did try more monitors... can't see a thing. Everything seems to be in working order

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    If you don't see a thing, then how do you know you logged into Windows?
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