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Repair Windows 7 Black Screen of Death

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How to fix a long delay after login on Windows 7, during which time the screen is entirely black and only a mouse cursor is visible?

Hello... First time here. Are you for real, kind Sir Wikifight the 23rd?. . I just did a fresh reinstall of an old, stale copy of Windows 7 SP1 circa 2013, from an ISO that has the updates slip streamed in by haxx0rs.. . After signing on the screen is entirely black and only a mouse cursor is visible. If I Ctrl-Alt-Del it takes me to the "switch user/lock this computer/start task manager" screen. If I start task manager, it has maybe 10 processes running, including "explorer.exe", but not much else. After about 2-4 minutes suddenly the rest of the processes necessary for a user experience kick in, and I can use the computer.. . I checked event log for unusual errors after signing in... nothing obvious

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