The first time the worked. Je suis en week-end chez elle et j'avoue que je ne sais pas comment régler ce problème. Car j'essaye la touche Windows, et Ctrl Alt Suppr, mais rien. Sometimes Windows will load in debugging mode and then you can restart the computer and it will start up in normal mode fine. I could not get into safe mode, but I could try startup repair but this didn't help as the problem is a hardware driver, not software. I will definately try and help you get the issue resolved.
Is it a common problem and is a solution available? Finally, I took the graphics card out. Those are all third-party services. Boot the computer to windows recovery mode. It could be an anti-virus software or just a normal program you downloaded off the Internet. Worked for me, Thank you so much for your help and for taking the time to post this information.
I uninstalled my drivers and it was still the same. So simple and yet so obtuse - Microsoft hit yourself over the head with a 2x4 at least 10 times until the message gets through - abstraction layers are no good when problems are involved. First of all, the culprit doesn't come from classpnp. Everything was back to normal, all I needed to do was update my graphics drivers. Try unplugging everything except your keyboard and mouse and see if the computer will boot. After reboot, Windows continued and finished, but the computer shuts down after a while, without warning.
Any help is much appreciated. Best Answer » If you try running Windows 7 in Safe Mode, it fails at Classpnp. Sorry for the long read. Hopefully, someone will be able to fix their problem by looking here rather than searching a bunch of websites. On Windows 7 right click the iso file and select Burn Disk Image. Your thoughts are very much appreciated. What we figured out was that this issue could be related to a couple of things.
If I boot in safe mood, it just stuck or hang with classpnp. For a few days I worked and worked at trying to do something to diagnose the situation in the limited time frame I had but I was unable to. I want to thank everyone for their suggestions! If you help me out, it'll help me get in shape!! As far as I can tell computers that experience this issue are unrepairable. It's worth spending a little time on this before going down the path of replacing the video card. Sift through your available updates and pick out the needed ones. Other programs include anti-spyware apps or anti-virus apps, which could definitely cause this type of problem. I'm pretty sure what is happening is that classpnp.
This has not helped at all! This essentially gets rid of almost - if not all potentially corrupt windows files while still keeping my personal files. Im stuck on what to do please can u help At 2012-08-01 14:28:00, Gene Savory left the following comment. I removed Firefox and scanned for viruses, etc. I have since realised that Windows 7 will only freeze after a period of inactivity whether there is an open program or not. Hi, I went to turn my laptop on today and for some reason it wanted to do a chkdsk even though I had shut it down properly before. The only reason I haven't just gone ahead and done this already is that I'm assuming there's an underlying problem here I'd like to get to the bottom of rather than reinstalling Windows and then having this happen again 2 weeks later. Install the program make sure you uncheck any boxes that will install bundled software and start the application.
Let me know how it goes. If that is the case and you have not kept any backups of your personal data you may have lost it all. Win 7 is up and running again. Elles seront également utilisées sous réserve des options souscrites, à des fins de ciblage publicitaire. I was still stuck with the monitor going to sleep.
What puzzles me is that I haven't made any changes. This to me was more evidence that it wasn't the motherboard but perhaps a driver issue. At 2012-08-20 14:00:00, Nav left the following comment. If so, it's just a matter of isolating the problem device by trial and error. Maybe it will work for you too? At first i thought it only happened when recovering from sleep mode but i have since been proved wrong. Turns out that while everyone seems to think the boot is stalling at classpnp.
Give the steps and try and check. And to keep it short, a computer without chipset drivers can't possibly work without trouble. Do you need any data on the drive? Id open it up make sure its seated correctly. Icons take longer to load, background is fine and the windows login chime is delayed. I've tried that, but it fails every time. Some people have gotten stuck at the classpnp. You basically have to manually figure it out by re-enabling half the startup items and then restarting.