It may take many quadrillions to get the body stable.
It boots up and goes through the bios and the Windows 7 logo but after that, rather than loading the 'log-in screen' it simply stays as blank, black screen. I have tried the following fixes: I have restored the computer to a known working date; I have tried repairing the MBR, as well as the Boot sector; I have run a 'Check Disk' with no errors coming back; I have tried the 'Prevx Black Screen Fix'; I have run a 'Memory diagnostics test' via Windows 7 live cd, which returned no errors; and I have also tried the 'Repair' option in the menu on the Windows 7 live cd.But why is it so dangerous that nobody wants to insure it?Is it something we should fear ourselves if our homes already have this type of wiring?Knob and tube wiring was considered “state-of-the-art” back then, but now it is very dangerous, is in violation of current legal electrical codes and is not insured by most insurance companies. 1) Knob and tube wiring is two-stranded – with a hot wire and a neutral wire only – it uses no ground wire.There is absolutely no protection whatsoever when a fault occurs.
Do you live in a home or commercial building that was built in the 1900’s to the early 1950’s?