how-to-fix-windows-10-black-screen-on-boot

ISSUE: WINDOWS 10 BLACK SCREEN ON BOOT

Are you getting the black screen when booting your Windows 10 computer? Then follow the below-mentioned troubleshooting steps to fix the Windows 10 black screen on boot problem.

Windows 10 black screen on boot

Solution: 1

  • First, check the monitor and verify whether you have appropriately connected the cable between the PC and the monitor.
  • Try to connect the cable to different video inputs and turn on the monitor to check if the problem Windows 10 black screen on boot is fixed.
  • If the problem persists, connect your monitor to a different PC and check if it works correctly.
  • If you have a faulty monitor, replace it with a new one.
  • If your monitor works without fault on the other PC, disconnect all the external devices such as the keyboard, mouse, and USB drive from the computer.
  • Reboot your PC and connect the external devices one by one to detect the problem.
  • If you detect any faulty device, remove it from your computer to fix the issue.

Solution: 2

  • On your Windows, open the Projection menu by pressing the Windows + P shortcut keys.
  • Select the PC screen only option by pressing the P key and hit the Enter button to fix the black screen problem.
  • Since it is the first option, you can easily select this option even when the screen is black.

Solution: 3

  • On your Windows 10 computer, click the Start menu and hold the Shift key.
  • While holding the Shift key, click the Power icon and select the Restart option.
  • When your PC restarts, select the Troubleshoot option followed by Advanced options.
  • Choose Startup settings followed by Restart.
  • When your computer restarts check the problem Windows 10 black screen on boot, if not, press the F5 key and select the Safe Mode with Networking option to run your PC in safe mode.
  • Next, open the Device Manager window and expand the Display adapters option at the left-side panel.
  • Give a right-click on the display adapter and select the Properties option.
  • In the Properties window, click the Driver tab and click the Roll Back Driver button.
  • If prompted, click the Yes button to confirm your action.
  • This will modify the applied settings to the previously installed display driver settings.
  • If the problem Windows 10 black screen on boot unsolved, uninstall the display driver and install the latest one.