After Updating Mavericks, my windows 7 won't let me logon, When I touch the keyboard it goes black.

by Doug
(Garner, NC USA)

About a month ago, Mavericks had an automatic update. I have a Windows 7 partition bootcamped on my MacBook Pro. Before the update, everything was fine. Now, when I attempt to start Windows partition, as soon as I touch the keyboard or mouse the screen goes black and I can't go any further. I have tried to re-load the bootcamp drivers and try again. It does the same thing. Any help would be great.

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This is probably drivers problem
by: Remus

Fix Mavericks preventing Windows 7 from booting

Hello,

This is probably something to do with video card drivers on Windows side. Download the new drivers from the internet. The idea to solve this is going into Safe Mode on Windows side. When you select the Windows partition quickly press a few times F8 key and select Safe Mode. Then go to Programs and Features and uninstall video card drivers (this probably is GeForce, Nvidia). Reboot the system and install new drivers. Either way, the old drivers must be replaced with new ones.

You also should look for a new Bootcamp version. Maybe they have updated these drivers.

Also, if possible, use Windows 7 32 bit as it is less troubled with drivers.

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