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Or will I have to keep using Windows 8 until I get a new laptop - which won't be anytime soon as the one I have is top of the range, Meh, this day has been way too long. It's just a little sad that the store I bought the laptop from didn't do so. It went ok there, rebooted, installed and it got somewhat stuck around 83% during "applying PC settings" (don't... http://themenage.com/black-screen/windows-8-1-update-black-screen-and-then-stuck-on-boot.html

For reference let me explain my whole situation in 2 parts. 1) ISSUE & 2) RESOLUTION ISSUE Last night I saw I had two updates from Windows Update. Not the answer you're looking for? So, I touched it, and BAM, Windows 7 silver loading cursor appeared with the tiny touch screen cross-hairs. asked 2 years ago viewed 483 times active 2 years ago Linked 7 Acrylic DNS Proxy not resolving 0 Flickering black screen after kb2919355 (Windows 8.1 Update 1) - no OS

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The two high end graphics cards drivers are pretty complex and have to support a lot of different hardware I would say 60% of the BOSD in windows are due to Its NOT this update. I don't have a mouse or anything FabadelicFeb 2, 2014, 11:18 PM johnbl said: You want to enter into safe mode. for me it was update: kb3035131 that gave me the black screen, so I chose to "hide" it Hope that helps, thanks again!

One more note: there seem to be a whole bunch of files pending renames (C:\Windows\WinSxS\Temp\PendingRenames), all from yesterday's successful updates (.NET etc). I was met with Access Denied =O It seemed I needed to disable Kasperky from the actual program. Then, I rebooted, and got the black screen, without the cursor (even wen moving the mouse - no cursor flickering as others have experienced). Windows 8 Black Screen Fix Hopefully the issue is fixed.

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Windows 8.1 Black Screen Before Login What's quite weird is that I have Windows 8.1 running on an older PC and haven't had the same black screen problem. I find it hard to believe that Microsoft STILL haven't released a patch or something for this issue, seeing as it has been a problem since Windows 8.1 was launched in Or you have to get into the BIOS to disable fast boot before you are allowed to get into the BIOS.

Sign in 1,224 174 Don't like this video? Windows 8.1 Black Screen No Safe Mode Trendy New Videos 518,510 views 2:09 How to Fix Black Screen after logging in Windows 8 (2017) - Duration: 6:17. Now you have a mixed build and your graphics card will not work correctly, Also, windows makes a backup copy of the drivers and puts them into its driver store for Also disable listed Monitors.

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Once the Kasperky "File Location" was open I was able to access my whole computer & do what I normally would do. Then enter control panel and re-enable the autoinstall of the drivers again. Windows 8.1 Black Screen No Cursor Close Yeah, keep it Undo Close This video is unavailable. Windows 8.1 Black Screen With Cursor Loves blogging about Technical Troubleshooting, discussing latest Gadgets, Games and doing Reviews. { 0 comments… add one } Cancel reply Leave a Comment Name * Email * Website Comment Next post:

Choose Troubleshoot > Advanced options > Startup settings > Restart.Now when restarting you will get a list of start up options and will be able to choose Safe mode. navigate here Start PC in safe mode. plumbum View Public Profile Find all posts by plumbum (#11) Clouseau Maha Guru Videocard: MSI RX 480 Gamming Processor: Ryzen 1700X Mainboard: ASUS Prime X370-Pro Memory: GSkill Trident So, I installed the update, which ran sucessfully. Windows 8.1 Black Screen With Cursor Before Login

Tried putting in password blind, tried F8 and other shortcuts. Now press SHIFT while chosing 'restart'. 'Please wait' will come up and you will get a menu. There's an optional Nvidia driver update available in Windows Update for my PC, but I'm too nervous to install it in case I get the black screen! http://themenage.com/black-screen/windows-8-1-black-screen-prior-to-login-screen.html The solution was to connect both monitors (luckily, my video card supports two monitors), and suddenly I was able to see the login screen (on both monitors).

Clouseau View Public Profile Find all posts by Clouseau (#12) zimzoid Maha Guru Videocard: 2xEVGA980TiSC+(H20) Swift Processor: i7 4930K/Corsair H110i Mainboard: Asus Rampage IV Black Ed Memory: GSkillRipjawsZ4x4 Windows 8 Black Screen After Login Then I came across a post on Spiceworks (canít post the link here) which helped a lot. Press the CTRL+ALT+DEL keys, then go to the power button (usually button on the bottom right) and click Restart whilst you are holding Shift down.

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EDIT: Although I used net framework RC update 5.63?, maybe its something with that? Computer Type Laptop OS Windows 8.1 64-bit OS x64-based processor CPU Intel Core i7 2.20GHz Graphics Card Intel HD Graphics 4000 Mouse Razer Tron Mouse Antivirus Kasperky Internet Security Quote 07 All is well until, some time later you reboot and windows sees that it has a update to install on the reboot and does it. Windows 8 Black Screen After Login Fix So I rolled back that update.

Hello, thank you for responding,well your situation sound the same like me but the difference is you still can log in and access the task manager, but not me , the As I mentioned previously, I haven't had the the black screen issue with the PC. Loading... this contact form Note: there were two installed updates after the original drivers.

Right click on My Computer, click on Manage, click Device Manager On the right side under Display Adapters, right click on graphics card entry, click Disable Download the updated graphics card I found out possible solutions for the issue and the problem was with the graphics card driver issue. Now you will get below message that machine is about to restart in order to change several Windows options, including enabling Safe Mode after restart. System Restore was the quick fix for me.

I had been searching the net for a fix.