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"Black Screen of Death" in Windows, and how to fix the problem

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Apparently the "Blue Screen of Death" or "Blue Screen of Death" (BSOD) we know so well many users of Windows is no longer alone, for now there is also a Black Screen of Death, which began to occur in many installations of Windows after the last batch of updates, it was this November 10, 2009. Until now Microsoft is already aware of the problem and is investigating the matter, and when the time comes will be released through detailed guidance as to prevent or correct these problems. However, we know that the problem is that the latest patches made changes to the List of Access Control and Access Control List (ACL), a list of permissions in the Windows registry FOR user logged at the time ... unfortunately to some applications did not like the change, and that have their Black Screen of Death.
Fortunately we do not have to wait for Microsoft finishes his famous investigation and release a patch or guide FOR around this problem: a security company called Prevx noticed the problem and made their own patch to fix this flaw, it is a download 48.3 kb making appropriate changes to the registry. You wonder, "how the hell am I going to download if all I see is a black screen ?," well, just press Ctrl + Shift + Esc to open the Manager Tasks (Task Manager), now open File> New Task and type the following command (all on one line):
"C:\Archivos de programa\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe"


And press enter; when you are prompted to download the file, select "run" and that will be enough to fix this annoyance.


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