If you are already experiencing this problem, hopefully what is included in this article will be what you need to solve the problem.
There are two different scenarios that we will talk about. The first is when you can log on to your computer and not get any impressions – meaning you only get a blank screen. The second scenario is when you can not log on to the computer and only have a “black screen” color only. This article will help you work out both problems – with or without a pointer, at startup.
Black screen after logging on to Windows 10 PC – no Display.
The first scenario we will mention is when you can log on and then the screen is empty.
Please cancel all external devices and reboot. If you get the normal display screen, it means that one of the external hardware has caused the problem. If that’s the case you’re having, start plugging in the external devices one by one until you lose screen display. This way, you can easily identify which device is causing the problem and having the most suitable alternative for your computer.
If removal of external devices does not fix the problem, boot with Safe mode. Where, assuming that you are getting the screen display until you log in and not after you log in, you will have to restart your computer. At the lock screen, click the power icon in the bottom left of the screen. While holding down Shift, click on RESTART. This will cause your computer to restart. After reboot, you have a number of options – choose Safe mode with Networking. You just press F5 on the screen to enter safe mode.
If instead of rebooting, you have a screen with three options: Continue to Windows 10; Troubleshoot; And shutdown. Click on Troubleshoot and then select Advanced. Next click Startup Settings and then Restart. The option to log into Safe Mode will be displayed when the computer restarts.
In Safe Mode Windows
1 From the Control Panel, select Display. On the left side of the Display window, select Project for Second Display. A sidebar will appear on the right side and shows you a list of the screens that are connected to your computer (see illustration). Check that the display is properly selected. If not, fix it.
2] Open Device Manager and Remove Display Driver
Asian. Click on the search bar and type “device manager” (without the quotes).
B. From the list that appears, click Update Device Drivers to get to the Device Manager window
C. In the Device Manager window, expand Display Adapters
D. Right-click on the Display Adapter Driver and click on Uninstall
Hey. Restart your computer so Driver Display is automatically installed again,
This will probably fix the black screen problem for you.
No login and black screen issues
If you can not log on because of a black screen problem in Windows 10, it could be a driver or projection driver issue that can automatically set up another device such as a second monitor or a TV. You will need the Windows 10 Installation Media.
On a computer, download the Windows 10 Installation Media and burn to a USB or DVD drive to create the installation media. Connect it to the computer, and select boot from it – USB or DVD. When asked, select Repair This Computer. You will get a Select an option with options to continue Windows 10: Shut down computer and Troubleshoot computer. Of course we will choose Troubleshoot computer. Next select Advanced Options. Click Startup Settings and then Restart. When the computer restarts, you will get a number of options. Press F5 or go to Safe Mode with Networking and press Enter to enter Safe Mode.
Check the Default Display
When in safe mode, you must check the various monitors attached to the computer. Press the Windows key + P to bring up the display list (see picture above). Try selecting the option to move the display to another display, such as a TV or a second monitor. If you choose a TV, make sure the TV is connected and turned on. Check the TV to see if it is set up to receive signals from your computer. If the television displays, correct the display by selecting the computer screen currently in use as the default display in the devices listed when you press the Windows key with P.
PS: If you press Windows + P does not bring a sidebar, you can get it from Control Panel -> Display -> Project to a second monitor.
Uninstall the Display’s driver and let it be installed automatically.
If the above methods are still not effective, reboot using the media settings created above and go into Safe mode. Uninstall display device drivers using steps 2a-2e mentioned above.
Isolation of equipment causes problems
If there is more than one display driver
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