HOW TO QUICKLY OVERCOME LAPTOP BLACK SCREEN OR NOT DISPLAY
Have you ever felt your Windows 10 netbook monitor turning black and only showing the cursor? This is a sign that the netbook has a black screen problem.
The black screen problem on Windows netbooks often makes users anxious. Because when the monitor goes black, the netbook doesn't act like it normally does.
According to Microsoft's official page, the black screen problem on a Windows 10 netbook is caused by three things.
First, because there is a network problem with the monitor. It could also be due to a performance adapter driver improvement issue, or due to a recent mechanics fix the issue. Nach, to deal with this black screen problem, the user needs to see when the black screen problem exists.
Black screen before entering Windows 10
When turning on the netbook, users will generally enter the password on the lock screen first. Nach, in the first scenario, black monitor problems can occur at this stage.
This causes the lock screen to be unreachable and users unable to enter Windows 10's custom interface due to black screen issues. To handle it, do the following steps in sequence.
1. Check the state of the monitor
The trick is to press the CapsLock or NumLock button. Watch whether the status of the button is glowing or not.
When the status light is incandescent, the user needs to press the combined Windows key + Ctrl + Shift + B.
If Windows is responsive, the user will hear a short "beep". Then the monitor will flicker or drop the next time Windows tries to refresh the monitor.
If the status light is not incandescent, the user needs to press and hold the power button on the device for 10 seconds to turn it off. Then unplug the adapter. After 30 seconds, plug the adapter back in and restart your device. Supposedly, with this treatment, this black Windows monitor problem can be resolved.
2. Check network monitor
However, if the steps above don't work and the user is still seeing a black screen, there may be a network issue between the device and the monitor. Below are some steps to deal with it.
- First, if the user's netbook is docked, set it free for a while. Make sure the netbook monitor is fully open after the netbook is removed from the dock.
- Make sure the external monitor is plugged in and glowing.
- Try pressing the button to increase the brightness of the netbook monitor. The trick is to press the combined Fn button with the light symbol.
- Then, check for broken cables (DVI, VGA, HDMI, Thunderbolt, DisplayPort), loose networks, or broken adapters (such as DVI-to-VGA).
3. Remove Antivirus via "safe model"
If the problem still occurs, the way to deal with the black monitor problem on other Windows 10 netbooks is to try removing the 3rd faction antivirus software. Because the antivirus sometimes causes a black Windows monitor. Here's the trick.
- Log into Windows via safe mode, select the option "from black or blank monitor"
- Define start > setup > program/mechanism > programs and features
- Then, specify the 3rd faction antivirus you want to remove
- Click "uninstall"
- Wait for it to be deleted, then restart the netbook.
4. Do a Clean Boot
If that doesn't work, the user can try to perform a clean boot on the Windows 10 netbook. However, when the netbook is in clean boot, the user will temporarily lose the device's functions.
Here are some steps to do a clean boot on a Windows netbook.
- Log in to the computer as an administrator. If you do not have an administrator account, you can create one. Create a local user or administrator account in Windows 10.
- In the search box on the taskbar, write "MSConfig". Next, define "Mechanism Composition" from the list of results.
- Then specify the "Services" tab > click the "Hide all Microsoft services" > "Disable all" option.
- Next, specify the "Startup" tab > open "Task Manager"
- For each point on the "Startup" tab, specify the next point click the "Disable" option
- Close Task Manager.
- Click "OK".
Then Microsoft recommends users to follow the troubleshooting method to install, uninstall, or run the program at this link.
Black background after login to Windows 10
The second stage is when the user has entered into the Windows 10 custom interface.
Same as in the beginning, the way to deal with a black monitor or black screen on a Windows 10 netbook is to check the monitor. Some of the steps are the same as the first point above.
If that fails, follow the steps below.
1. Restart Explorer.exe
- Open the Task Manager by pressing the combined Ctrl + Alt + Del
- If the Task Manager is not there, try the combination of Ctrl + Shift + Esc
- In the Processes tab, get Windows Explorer. Right-click Windows Explorer and select Restart.
- If that fails, select File in the top-left corner of the Job Manager and select Do a new job.
- Write "explorer.exe" (without quotes)
- then specify "OK".
2. Unenhanced appearance adapter driver
If that doesn't work, try rolling back the graphics card driver improvements. The path is as follows.
- Log in to Windows with secure model, select "from black or blank monitor"
- Write down device manager in the search box on the work bar and specify the result from what is shown.
- Looking for Appearance Adapter, specify the arrow to expand it. Then right-click the point below it and specify "Property".
- Specify the Driver tab, then specify the driver rollback
- Click "Yes".
3. Uninstall the appearance adapter driver
Driver enhancements for Windows 10 are usually installed automatically when a user updates Windows 10. There is a chance that the user already has the latest drivers.
If the black monitor problem persists, try uninstalling the graphics card adapter driver on the netbook to find out if this is the cause of the monitor problem. Here are some steps.
- Log in to Windows with the secure model
- Write "Device Manager" (device manager) in the search box on the job bar, and specify the results from which are shown.
- Get the Appearance Adapter, specify the arrow to expand it, then right-click the point below it and specify Property.
- Select the Driver tab, then select "Uninstall Device".
- Specify "OK".
- Turn off the device, then turn it back on.
If this black Windows screen problem persists, users can try to remove the antivirus and run a clean boot, as explained in the "Black screen before entering Windows 10" section.