Windows 10: Windows 10 Black screen with cursor Ultra Fix Solved

  1.    19 Jun 2018 #1

    Windows 10 Black screen with cursor Ultra Fix


    Hello everyone !
    As i had the Black screen with cursor problem on windows 10 boot several times before , i've visited many forums and supporters that i came up with many sollutions that one of them may definitely work for anyone experiencing this problem ...

    Alright so please read any of these solutions carefully because any mistake can lead to a system corruption.

    This problem can happen after a windows 10 update or just by some dangerous softwares (viruses) installed in the PC .

    There are 2 types of this problem:
    (1) Black screen with cursor after login.
    (2) Black screen with cursor before login (just after the windows logo)
    Actually (1) is much easier to fix and nothing to worry about...

    (1) Black screen with cursor after login
    As i said this is really a simple problem and it's really easy to fix and most likely it's the Graphic card driver...


    1#Disable fast startup
    To do so Start your computer in safe mode.
    How to start your computer in safe mode?
    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/...c-in-safe-mode
    Now that you started your computer in safe mode follow these steps :
    1) Press the windows key.
    2) Search for Control Panel.
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    3) Go to Power Options.
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    4) Click Choose what the power button does.
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    5) Click Change settings that are currently unavailable.
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    6) Under “Shutdown settings”, uncheck Turn on fast startup (recommended) then click Save changes.
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    2#Disable integrated graphics card

    1) Press Ctrl+Alt+Del or Ctrl+Shift+Esc on your keyboard.
    2) Then click Task Manager.
    3) Press File > Run new task.
    3) Type devmgmt.msc and click OK.
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    4) Press Display Driver
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    5) Right Click on your Graphic card and Unistall
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    PS : In case you didn't find your graphic card installed try installing it from CD . If you don't have the CD try locating the driver setup from the installation folder.If you still don't have the driver setup , try switching the VGA cable to the Primal Graphic card source (that one that came with the pc).


    Actually some guys are unable to open Task Manager , if that happens to you just try booting in safe mode and unistall your graphic card driver from there ...

    Now before going to the second type of the problem ,Please if any of these tips didn't work for you , be free to message me or post on replies what's your problem...



    (2) Black screen with cursor before login
    In this case, you may really have a system problem which may require a system reset at some point..

    This problem can happen after a windows 10 update , if that's your case you're lucky you found this post . Just follow my steps...
    1#Use Windows Key + P shortcut to switch displays
    when you get to the Black screen with cursor screen , try pressing Windows Key + P and press up or down arrow key a few times and press Enter.
    If that doesn't work from the first try , don't worry that's perfectly normal just keep repeating the step again and again till it works (it usually takes 7 to 15 tries for me) ...
    Now let's consider that worked for you , your problem is not really fixed yet it'll be back after a computer restart... So what to do ?
    1) Go to Control Panel and press Programs and Features
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    2) Press view installed updates
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    3) Locate the recent Windows 10 updates and unistall them.
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    Now if that didn't work, try a system restore.
    2# System restore
    1) Try to start your PC and shutting it down when the windows logo appears three times to trigger automatic repair on Windows 10.
    2) Click on Advanced Startup.
    3) Click on Troubleshoot.
    4) Click on Advanced options.
    5) Click on System Restore.
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    6) Click Next
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    7) Select the most recent known working restore point that will help you to fix the current problem.
    8) Click the Scan for affected programs button to see the applications that will be removed if they're installed after the restore point was created.
    9) Click Close.
    10) Click Next.
    11) Click Finish.

    PS:Sometimes a system restore doesn't work and that means the problem is even bigger

    3#The Command Prompt Option
    This is the most dangerous step and any mistake can cause a worse problems , please read the following carefully.

    Try creating a Windows installation media . How to do that ?
    Download the tool from this website Download Windows 10
    and follow the steps given in there ...
    Now that you created the Windows installation media either on a USB or a CD, this an article that perfectly explains how to boot from a usb drive or cd How to Boot From a USB Device (Flash Drive or Ext HDD) ...
    Now let's consider that everything is alright and you got to this screen
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    1) Don't press Next, Click on repair now option.
    2) Click on Troubleshoot.
    3) Click on Advanced Options.
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    4) Before going to the Command Prompt , click on Startup Repair and windows will try to repair things automatically . If that doesn't work follow the steps below carefully.
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    5) if Step 4 didn't work , go to the Command Promt option.
    6)When your device starts in Command Prompt, it’ll start on X:\Windows\System32 or X:\Source. Now you need to move to the drive letter where Windows is installed. While the operating system is installed on C:\, when you boot your computer on recovery mode, this drive letter changes to something else. However, in most cases the drive letter is D:\. Type the following command to enter into the correct drive where Windows is installed and press Enter:
    D:\
    7)Type the following command to verify you’re in the correct drive and press Enter:
    dir
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    If you see the Windows folder, you’re in the correct drive letter, if not, go back to step 6 and try another letter.
    8)Type the following command to enter into the System32 folder and press Enter:
    cd D:\Windows\System32\Config
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    9) Now you need to create a backup folder if anything goes wrong ...
    To do so , type the following command
    mkdir configBak
    10)Type the following command to create a temporary backup of the files in the config folder, and press Enter:
    Copy config configBak
    11)Type the following command to move inside the RegBack, which contains a backup of the Registry, and press Enter:
    cd config\RegBack
    12)Type the following command to verify the content of the RegBack folder and press Enter:
    dir
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    Here,the size of the files (SYSTEM, SOFTWARE, SAM, SECURITY, DEFAULT) should be similar to the ones you see in the screenshot, if any of the files shows 0 , DO NOT CONTINUE THIS STEP and try another solution cause this gonna make the INFINITE BOOT problem which need a computer full reset.
    13)Type the following command to copy the files from the RegBack folder to the config folder and press Enter and Y on every question to confirm:
    Copy * ..\*
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    14) Close the Command Prompt , and restart your PC.

    If that step didn't work , you may need to reset your PC,but don't worry you can reset your PC with the keep files option so that you don't lose any of your Pictures or folders.
    4#PC Reset
    Now Try to do this without the Windows installation Media
    1) Start your PC and shut it down when the windows logo appears three times to trigger automatic repair on Windows 10.
    2) Click on Advanced Startup.
    3) Click on Troubleshoot.
    4) Click on Reset this PC.
    5)Choose if you want to keep your files (recommended) or remove everything.
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    6)Then follow the steps and your PC will be reset.
    Note:After a PC reset , your driver may get deleted as this option deletes every program that didn't come with the PC and you may exprience a black screen with cursor after login so in that case please go back to the first tpe of the problem and try installing the Graphic Card Driver.

    5#Clean Install of Windows 10
    If any of the solutions above didn't help , just try a clean install of windows using the media creation tool.
    This site is gonna explain to you how to do that :
    How to do a Clean Install of Windows 10 the Easy Way



    That's it guys , these are almost all the possible solutions for the Black screen with cursor problem.Please if anyone got another solutions post it on replies.Also if anyone didn't unnderstand or got some problems trying a solution , message me on private or post it on replies so some guys may help you.
    Thanks
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    Last edited by Mlika; 19 Jun 2018 at 13:29. Reason: The solution titles are clear
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