Windows 10: Black screen

  1.    26 Oct 2016 #1

    Black screen


    Ok, I had a problem with my start button not working so I followed a video which suggested to go into config and click on safe mode and restart the computer.

    well since then the computer starts but nothing but a black screen. Tried pressing all the f numbers, f8 etc and nothing. Put in my windows 7 disc and tried to sort it that way. Nothing.


    Any ideas guys.
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       26 Oct 2016 #2

    As the notice at the top of the forum says:

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