Select Recovery from the left menu. This actually did change things. Then you can go to the Device Manager to uninstall the dedicated graphics card driver. It could be related to an issue with a recent graphics driver update or physical connection between the display and video adapter. Then unplug the power cable. I tried many things to fix this.
Afterwards, I was able to install the 372. The black screen is one of the computer issues triggered by Windows 10 updates, like Windows 10 October 2018 Update 1809, Windows 10 April 2018 Update 1803, or. Pressing the power button should shut down Windows. Thank you in advance for your help. Clean up the dust on the in case overheating damages the machine and causes the Windows 10 black screen. I do believe the rest of the message was somewhere between these lines: Code 31: This device is not working properly because Windows cannot load the drivers required for this device. Read the Warning and click the Next button.
Laptop froze at 32% and did not move for at least half an hour. Luckily, these instructions will be more general but will put someone on the right path. Running Windows 10, Version 1703, Build 15063. Suddenly seeing nothing but a black screen and your mouse pointer? I mainly use my rig for Fligh Simulation namely Microsoft Flight Simulator X and lockheed martin Prepar3d. If your device is no longer experiencing a black screen, then the problem is something related to your old user account. Change to another monitor to see if the black screen issue still persists. I have found instructions that doing Shift-Restart from the login screen will restart in safe mode.
Note: This means the video card drivers are not installed for the display Step 9: Just right-click on the Display drivers icon and click update Step 10: In the ensuing dialog box, click Browse and then go to the folder where you extracted the Catalyst 15. I was able to get the machine to boot into safe mode by powering off during boot up a few times and then using the recovery console however none of the recovery options worked, Startup repair, system restore etc all came back with a message that Windows was not able to complete the operation. Indeed, I am able to login through Safe Mode, that's where I managed to install the driver. How to fix black screen using System Restore on Windows 10 Alternatively, you can also use the System Restore feature to undo system changes using a restore point potentially fixing the black screen problem. I will document everything as soon as I get feedback from them. Once you've completed the steps, repeat the steps again for every item until you can determine the item that's causing the problem. Removing security software Although security software is meant to keep your device and data safe, they can also cause problems like a black screen.
The current driver installed is the one in your image Driver 10. To determine whether or not your account is causing problems, while in safe mode, you can create a new local account, and if it works, you should consider moving to the new account. Other things I have done to try and fix this. I have tried reinstalling Windows 10 and also installing Windows 8 but I still get the same issue. I can't start it in safe mode since that requires the screen.
What I need, and can't find anywhere, is a keyboard shortcut that will allow me to restart my laptop in safe mode from the login screen. Click on the See advanced repair options button. It seems to me that the problem must be somewhere in Vista graphics sub system something? As soon as I enable my Nvidia card in device manager my laptop crashes and have to disable again in Safe Mode to be able to launch my windows again Click to expand. It looks crazy but it is working in this way. When this happens, you can use the Windows key + Ctrl + Shift + B keyboard shortcut, which restarts the video driver and refreshes the connection with the monitor. The white dots keep spinning for hours as if the machine rejects to install the latest Windows update package, and you will never enter the login screen all day long. This was done Tuesday night.
I have downloaded that exact driver from Nvidia the day it came out and tried to install it with all windows closed and clicked on advanced install to do a clean install but still same problem. And when I click my mouse, my monitor shows blue light again and my monitor shows Windows screen for about a second before goes black again. Also, if you're working with a system that includes a discrete and integrated graphics card, you can switch to the integrated video processor to confirm whether the problem is with the discrete card. This system is a Revit machine and needs the Nvidia graphices for rendering otherwise, I would run in on the Intel graphices. But with the Pro version it takes just 2 clicks and you get full support and a 30-day money back guarantee : 1 and install Driver Easy.
Confirm the apps needed to reinstall after the reset and click the Next. I am now a month down the line with this working on it every night for hours. Did you go through the whole 'uninstall drivers' procedure that nVidia recommend? I guess it means the driver was not guilty. As soon as it finished it kicked me out of my remote session and my desktop returned on the workstation. Go to Driver tab, then click on the Roll Back Driver button.
Microsoft has confirmed this issue and is working on a resolution. So unfortunately I think I will see the result of this last resort first. This may affect my login because I need to select with the mouse that I want to enter a password. Hi, Thank you for posting your query on Microsoft Community. This worked for me, and it is a driver problem: Uninstalling the nvidia driver from the control panel.