Windows 10: Windows 10 Black Screen During Install
Thanks for that, I unplugged and removed the battery from my laptop an it has started ok.
for how long hmmm.
Problem: Windows is going to a black screen during windows 10 installation. Issue appears to be related to display drivers on devices with multiple graphics card options. Windows appears to attempt to install the graphics driver but fails to re-engage the display adapter after driver is installed.
Solution: Fresh reinstall with network cable unplugged and skipping the step where windows asks for a wifi connection. Once installation completes disable the secondary display adapter before updating it's drivers. After updates are complete switch the secondary display adapter back on.
Guys I have found a solution!!(on dell all in one) Leave your computer on over night then the next day restart it and it will restart it will come up with "restoring windows 10 update" and then it will lead you to a blue screen that says "working on updates" hopefully this helped let me know how it worked!!
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