Windows 10: Last Build update Black screen with cursor

  1.    29 Jan 2016 #1

    Last Build update Black screen with cursor

    Just updated to Version 1511 (OS Build 14251.1000)
    Now boots to black screen with cursor.
    I'm able to boot to Safe Mode w/networking and am on the PC now.
    Can't find a Restore Point.
    Any info?
    I really don't want to Reset.
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  2.    30 Jan 2016 #2

    There are few fixes in this thread:Solved Fix for windows 10 booting to a black screen - Windows 10 Forums
    If nothing works for you, you could back up the whole disc using Macrium Reflect to an external disc, create a recovery media with Macrium and boot with it, recover from the back up and see whether it fixes the problem, HTH.
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