Windows 10: Help with Windows 10 installation/boot Solved

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  1.    08 Aug 2015 #11

    I got delayed, I'm gonna start the install right now, the firmware is the most updated, onboard graphics disabled, all antivirus disabled
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  2.    08 Aug 2015 #12

    Hey guys, did pretty much everything there, but during my update it reinstalled the integrated graphics card, I did forget to turn off dual monitor in my bios, and then it re installed my integrated drivers. So I'm gonna roll back one more time and then reinstall one more time. Even though I think I successfully installed the driver we'll see ultimately of this works yet again
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  3.    08 Aug 2015 #13

    Alright guys I still need help it was not the graphics driver issue, because I did not get either of the BSOD this time but still when I restarted the computer it remained at a black screen with no cursor help please?
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  4.    08 Aug 2015 #14

    Read that if you just let the black screen sit for hours it may fix something it is worth a shot
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  5.    09 Aug 2015 #15

    Windows is coming out with a service patch August 10 to address issues like the one your having. Windows 10 Service Release 1 Inbound for Next Week
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  6.    09 Aug 2015 #16

    Guess I'm gonna have to wait and just roll back my computer while I wait for that to come out, because I have no idea what the problem could be now
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  7.    09 Aug 2015 #17

    Keldian said: View Post
    Only way to know is to try. I won't be surprised if the W10 setup is installing some incompatible legacy driver for your Intel onboard GPU, as people have been reporting faulty drivers being installed for various hardware. That by the way is why everyone should deny the setup process from retrieving updates before the installation is started, and it's why you're best off disabling onboard graphics in the BIOS for now.
    I think this is the important thing.

    I'd try, after backing up your system. Read my sig.

    Disable onboard graphics adapter in the BIOS. Force it to use your Nvidia only.
    Turn off or disconnect your second monitor. I'm surmising you have two monitors connected to your Nvidia card .
    Boot the PC and check Device Manager for the Onboard Video adapter, it should be missing now.
    Check your display properties it should see only one monitor.
    Try to upgrade.
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  8.    09 Aug 2015 #18

    TimeLincoln said: View Post
    Read that if you just let the black screen sit for hours it may fix something it is worth a shot
    Will I have let mine sit for 24 hrs it will not even boot up just black screen any suggestions where to start?
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  9.    09 Aug 2015 #19

    Torquemada said: View Post
    I think this is the important thing.

    I'd try, after backing up your system. Read my sig.

    Disable onboard graphics adapter in the BIOS. Force it to use your Nvidia only.
    Turn off or disconnect your second monitor. I'm surmising you have two monitors connected to your Nvidia card .
    Boot the PC and check Device Manager for the Onboard Video adapter, it should be missing now.
    Check your display properties it should see only one monitor.
    Try to upgrade.
    Don't have two monitors, I have a one monitor set up and it is not a graphics issue anymore, I have set up everything I can properly and I still get a blank screen, no mouse cursor, with a keyboard that shuts off. I get the windows logo, it looks like it will load, then it goes to black, they keyboard shuts off, I know it does cause the number lock light shuts off and won't come back on as I tap the key, I left the PC on for over 12 hours to no avail
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  10.    09 Aug 2015 #20

    TimeLincoln said: View Post
    Don't have two monitors, I have a one monitor set up and it is not a graphics issue anymore, I have set up everything I can properly and I still get a blank screen, no mouse cursor, with a keyboard that shuts off. I get the windows logo, it looks like it will load, then it goes to black, they keyboard shuts off, I know it does cause the number lock light shuts off and won't come back on as I tap the key, I left the PC on for over 12 hours to no avail
    My bad "I did forget to turn off dual monitor in my bios, and then it re installed my integrated drivers. "

    Did you actually go into the BIOS and disable Onboard Graphics before attempting the upgrade?
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