Laptop Screen Black With Cursor How To Solve?

Even though Windows 10 comes as a free upgrade but some users are having some issues with it. Laptop Screen Black With Cursor How To Solve?

There have been plenty of reports from the users who claims that they are getting a black screen with a cursor on Windows 10. Following are the steps on how to counter or overcome this issue.

Laptop Screen Black With Cursor How To Solve?

Laptop Screen Black With Cursor

Windows 10 black screen with cursor before login but after an update:

Solution 1:

If you are getting a black screen before logging in on windows 10, you can simply press the Windows key + P shortcut to switch displays. To perform all of that, follow the instructions below:

  • Press the Windows Key + P shortcut to open the Project menu.
  • The project menu screen will pop up, but you are unable to see it right? Well, don’t be troubled, this is normal.
  • You can simply press up or down arrow key a couple of times and then press Enter.
  • If you successfully do all of these, your screen should appear. If you screen still doesn’t appear then you might have to do this step several more times and Microsoft.

Solution 2:

Uninstall  your graphics card driver

If you are facing a problem of a black screen with a cursor, just simply press Ctrl + Shift + Esc + or Ctrl + Alt + Del the Task Manager would be opened. From the Task Manager you will be able to go to Device Manager by following these steps:

  • Press File > Run new task.
  • Enter on it devmgmt.msc and hit Enter to start it.

If Task Manager cannot be opened, you might then have to access Safe Mode and from there uninstall and then install display drivers from it. To start the Safe Mode, follow these steps:

  • When your computer boots or starts, keep pressing F4 or F8 key (there might be a different key to on your computer) to access the Boot Options.
  • In that Boot Options select Troubleshoot then Advanced Options and then Startup Settings.
  • Your computer will now reboot and you will be shown a list of options. Select “Safe Mode with Networking” (or you can choose any other Safe Mode option).

Now to uninstall the drivers, just follow these instructions below:

  • Press the Windows Key + X and select Device Manager from that list.
  • When the Device Manager screen is opened, try to locate your graphics card, and then right-click it and select Uninstall. If a screen pops out and you are asked about confirm device uninstall, be assure to check the box which says Delete the driver software for this device.
  • After you have done all of these steps and uninstalled the driver, reboot your system. Then Windows 10 should start normally and the issue of the black screen should have been fixed.

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Solution 3:

Disable onboard graphics from the Device Manager

If you have a system that has both onboard and dedicated graphics, make certain that you disable your onboard graphics from Device Manager. To do all of that, you may want to go to Safe Mode, if your Windows is not starting.

Once you go to Device Manager, just do the following steps:

  • Situate your onboard graphics.
  • Right-click it, a drop-down menu appears, then choose Disable from it.
  • Reboot your system, and then check if the problem is still there.

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