Windows 10 Black Screen only cursor

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  1. Posts : 6
    Windows 10
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    Windows 10 Black Screen only cursor


    So I have a laptop with a onboard and dedicated graphics and I just installed the nividia graphic card drivers and everything was ok when I restarted my laptop black screen with only cursor showing up I googled about my problem but none helped fixing it I tried going safe mode it was same on safe mode I tried changing project with Windwos + P to extended same I tried using space and typing my pin blindly but that didn't work either can somone help me with this please?
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  2. Bastet's Avatar
    Posts : 1,714
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit
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    When I had the same problem I found I could still use ctrl, alt del to bring up the task manager, I then closed all instances of nVidia & the screen appeared. I then uninstalled the nVidia driver & GeForce experience & reinstalled from the nVidia website.
    I hope this works for you.
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  3. Posts : 6
    Windows 10
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       #3

    Bastet said:
    When I had the same problem I found I could still use ctrl, alt del to bring up the task manager, I then closed all instances of nVidia & the screen appeared. I then uninstalled the nVidia driver & GeForce experience & reinstalled from the nVidia website.
    I hope this works for you.
    Idk I tried that but still balck screen I think my pc is stuck at login stage where I type my pin
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  4. Posts : 6
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
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    Isnt there a way to uninstall the drivers without entering desktop like with cmd or a bootable usb or something like that?
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  5. Bastet's Avatar
    Posts : 1,714
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit
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    I don't know but I'm sure others with more experience will be able to advise on that.
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  6. Posts : 136
    Win10 Pro x64 1607
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    erolli13 said:
    Isnt there a way to uninstall the drivers without entering desktop like with cmd or a bootable usb or something like that?
    If you have System Restore enabled, yes.
    You can use your Windows installation disc (DVD or USB) to boot from. You have to change boot order in BIOS settings.

    When Setup screen appears, choose Windows version, region language etc. (exactly the same with your current OS) click next, then "Repair my computer" (small letters at bottom left). By troubleshooting you'll find "System Restore".

    If it was enabled, you'll be able to restore your system to an earlier date.
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  7. Posts : 6
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    werby said:
    If you have System Restore enabled, yes.
    You can use your Windows installation disc (DVD or USB) to boot from. You have to change boot order in BIOS settings.

    When Setup screen appears, choose Windows version, region language etc. (exactly the same with your current OS) click next, then "Repair my computer" (small letters at bottom left). By troubleshooting you'll find "System Restore".

    If it was enabled, you'll be able to restore your system to an earlier date.
    I tried doing system restory by the advanced options
    But it didn't do anything it said finished but nothing still same
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  8. Posts : 136
    Win10 Pro x64 1607
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    When System Restore (from a boot repair disc) fails, a clean install is recommended.
    I cannot think of anything else.

    Good luck!
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  9. Posts : 6
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
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    I tried a older restore point I got system restore did not complete successfully
    0x80070017
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  10. Posts : 136
    Win10 Pro x64 1607
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    Just a clarification: You ran System Restore from boot disc and not from inside your Windows?
    Rarely, System Restore fails when run from inside Windows while running from boot works fine.
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