How to Fix Windows 10 Black Screen Issue

Published / by vikki

Many of us have shifted to the Windows 10 as it was completely free to install for all Windows users (it does not matter whether you are using an original or pirated version of the Windows). Windows 10 is really awesome if we consider functionality and grip over the operating system both. But sometimes a black screen issue gives a hell lot of problems. Today, we are starting a comprehensive study on this issue and the probable ways to fix it without any special knowledge.

Like you I was also a beginner when I faced it, but some thorough researches I found some really cool solutions which I think valuable to share with you guys.

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Let’s get into the step by step process of fixing Windows 10 black screen issue.

Start the PC in safe mode at first and then follow the steps one by one to resolve the issues.

Update the display drivers

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Start with the display drivers of your PC. If you have manually updated all the drivers then lookup for the updates and if there is any update available then don’t think twice and install the update. In maximum cases this is the root cause.

Disconnect all the peripheral devices

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Unplug all the external devices like mouse, printers and scanners and wait for five minutes and then restart again. Sometimes peripheral devices cause the issue. If this is the reason behind then this step will solve the issue. Connect the devices only after the Windows starts properly. Update the drivers just after it. Update all the drivers for peripheral devices. It will fix many issues.

Turn on the PC in safe mode

Open the PC in safe mode. For that enter Windows and C keys together, go to the “settings” and update the software and apps including drivers.

Disable fast startup

Another reason is the “fast startup”. Disable it by the settings in “Choose what the power button does”.

Run CMD, if you have an Intel graphics card sometimes it generates points towards a false pass of the signal to a false monitor. Log in from a local account and run CMD to clear it.

Detach laptop battery

Pull the battery out is another option if you are using a laptop. Detach the battery once it gets shut down and attach it after a few minutes. Restart the system and see whether the problem continues or not.

Check with other display

The last resort is to check the device display. For that you need to enter into the Safe mode, you need to go on checking the different displays attached to the system. Press the Windows Key + P to bring the display list at a time. Try selecting options moving the display to another attached display just like a TV or a second monitor. If you select the option of TV, make sure one thing that the TV is properly connected and turned on at this time. Check the TV display and see if it is receiving signals from your system or not. If the TV display is ok, using Windows key and P correct the monitor display.

Do let us know if this solved your problem.