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Black screen Updating Windows 1607 to 1703 or 1709

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Help have tried most of the T/S to fix black screen. And sign on computer screen goes black have tried safe mode same thing happens cannot get past test manager device manager control alt delete will give me task manager but nothing else  cannot get to device manager to disable display if that’s the problem I am using TVI external display card version 1607 work fine what happen after this update I have an aces or additional display on 216 GB memory it’s An i7 desktop.

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Btw after trying most of the fixes,went back to previous version of Window was 10. It gave me the latest version ver 1709.

Do not know why it finally fixed the update.  Of course the update was a clean install which removed most of my apps. But I am happy to be finally able to have the latest Windows1 Pro.


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On 1/25/2018 at 11:04 PM, Brian Burgess said:


Check out our article on how to fix a Black Screen on Windows 10:


Hopefully, you'll find something there to help fix the problem. Let us know how things go!

I updated to new win 10 (April update). Came back couple hours later with black screen and disk light going wild.  Figured it must be still installing, left house still doing same thing 4hours later.  Your win key+p fixed problem didn’t even get any options login screen popped up all is good thanks.  Microsoft was no help.  


Cheer Jim

experance is a hard teacher she gives the test first then the lesson-unknown

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