Windows 10: Boot up getting very slow, strange black screen
Boot up getting very slow, strange black screen
My 4 week old new machine started off very fast boot and now keeps getting slower and slower. My 1Tb drive is only 2% occupied, barely filled
On start up, after bios post screen, I now get a black screen with white horizontal cursors dancing around on it. After that stops the windows logo appears, but I time it at 1 min. 48 sec. to boot compared to 30 seconds at first. The last time this happened on my last machine, it wasn't long before I was building this machine as apparently the HDD died. I've no idea what is going on.
I have a 2 year old computer that has a 50% full drive and it takes me about 3 to 4 seconds to completely boot up. I think that you need to run some scans on your system.
What version of Windows 10 are you running? Do you have a hard drive or an SSD? Have you run a sfc /scannow?
Before explaining how i got here, i will explain what exactly is happening. When I boot up my computer i see the logo then text saying Preparing Automatic Repair with a loading icon. Then i would get a black screen that would sometimes show a cursor...
Went to restart my computer and when I did and rebooted it it went to a loading screen with the circle balls going around.
It then goes to another loading the same thing.
Then it goes to a black screen where I can move the mouse.
I tried using...
Brand new Dell desktop with Windows 10
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The issue is pretty much as stated in the title "Black screen on boot before login screen".
I've booted into safe mode and changed the startup up to diagnostic boot and it gets further. When in diagnostic mode it...