Windows 10 USB Installation Black Screen


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    windows 10
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    Windows 10 USB Installation Black Screen


    Hey guys,

    Kinda disappointed, after buying Windows 10, I got my USB to install Windows 10.
    First try I got further than the loading screen, formatted a partition and tried to install windows, that gave me an error so I deleted a partition and made a new one.
    That gave me an endless loading (cursor) so I restarted my PC.

    After trying to install Windows 10 one more time, I keep getting a black screen after the windows loading.
    Windows Disk Diagnose didn't help, neither got the results though.

    Any ideas to fix this?
    Thanks in advance.
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    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit 202H (Nov 2020 build 19042.867)
       #2

    The black screen is usually the result of not fully-compatible graphics drivers. Restart the computer several times before it fully loads Windows. Eventually you will see the troubleshooting screen. Select Advanced startup options and then Safe Mode. When in Safe Mode, click on the search icon and type device. Click to open Device Manager. Expand the display adapters and right-click on your adapter. Select Update drivers and then the last option at every step until you see a list of adapters. Uncheck the "show compatible devices" box to see all brands. Go to standard display adapters and select Microsoft Basic Display Adapter. Windows may warn you they cannot verify the driver is compatible with your device. Install anyway. When complete restart the computer and let it load normally. It should load with basic graphics so you can see the desktop. Once there download the latest driver for your graphics card and install it. You should be OK.
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