Repair Windows 10 Black Screen Before Login Issues


Windows 10 is the most popular platform of the new generation. The features and services that come with Windows 10 also justify it. However, if there is a light side, there is always a dark side. The dark side of Windows 10 is the errors and problems that frustrate users. In this article, we will discuss the black screen of Windows 10 before logging in.

There are many factors that can lead to a problem with the black screen of Windows 10. They can generally be sorted into hardware and software. Problems with devices (parts) and accessories such as the monitor, display card or cables can cause a black screen. In addition, the problem may occur due to improper system configuration or programs that cause failures. These are the most likely and common causes of the Windows 10 black screen. However, there are also distant causes. Viruses or malware or corruption in Windows registry files are the most remote.

Ways to Solve The Issue of Black Screen Before Login in Windows 10

Solution 1 - Safe Mode Startup
You can start your computer in safe mode with networking and see if you can see the screen.


Windows boot settings (formerly called "Advanced Boot Options") allow you to boot Windows in several advanced troubleshooting modes to find and fix problems on your PC.

Safe mode with networking starts Windows with a minimal set of drivers and services. If a problem no longer occurs when you start your PC in Safe Mode, you can resolve the default settings and basic drivers and services as possible causes.

Solution 2 - Use Windows 10 Installation Media


You need another work PC if you do not have Windows 10 installation support and download it. You must burn it to a DVD or use a USB storage device. Insert the installation media and restart your PC.

  1. At startup, select'Repair this computer' when prompted.
  2. Click on the "Troubleshooting" option.
  3. Click Advanced Options
  4. Click Start Settings
  5. Then reboot your PC
  6. When your PC restarts, press F5 frequently to select "Safe Mode with Network", then press Enter to enter Safe Mode.

Solution 3 - Update your display driver


If you can get on-screen display, you can update the display drivers from Device Manager to see if it helps.

Follow these steps to update the display driver:

  1. Press (Windows key + X) and click "Device Manager".
  2. Develop "Display Adapter".
  3. Right-click the video driver and select "Update driver software". Then restart your computer and see if the problem persists.

Solution 4 - Changing the default display


If you have not yet tried to change your display, you should check the standard display. Some or more displays can be connected to your PC, such as a second monitor or a TV monitor and other displays. If your PC is connected to your TV, you should check the display options on your TV to make sure you are in the correct settings and that it is receiving the signal from your PC. If this is the case, replace it with your monitor and use it as the default display. If you do not know how to change the default display, follow these steps:

  1. Go to Control Panel
  2. Click View
  3. Set the display to "PC monitor only".
  4. Then confirm

Solution 5 - Isolate a device that causes a problem


If there is more than one display driver in the Device Manager,

  1. Deactivate everything but one.
  2. Reboot without installation support to see if the problem is solved.
  3. If this is not the case, reboot with the installation media and return to safe mode.
  4. This time, disable the driver you forgot and activate another driver.
  5. Reboot without installation support to see if it works; this is called device driver isolation; you simply activate a driver immediately and check if it works until you find the driver that is causing problems.
  6. When you find it, leave it off and contact the device manufacturer for updates.

Although this is a long process, the above problem should be solved with the black screen of Windows 10. If you still have problems, please comment. Perhaps we can help you.