A black screen error is often caused by a software glitch. This most frequently occurs when dealing with a program that takes over your entire screen. Typical culprits are PC games or media players running in full-screen mode. In these instances, the computer should otherwise appear to run well.
You have two monitors connected with one of them or their connections being faulty.
There are problems with the initial setup.
Windows 10 is in the middle of downloading/upgrading.
Faulty or incomplete Windows 10 installation.
The computer improperly “wakes up” after sleep mode.
Errors caused by software or drivers.
The computer is overheating.
Issues with the power supply or other connection issues.
Use one of the following keyboard shortcuts to wake up the screen: Windows logo theme key + P or Ctrl + Alt + Del.
For a black exposure screen, use the following keyboard shortcut method: Windows logo key + Ctrl + Shift + B.
Optimize apps for launch.
Check all cables and connections.
Unplug all unnecessary accessories.
Try resetting your BIOS/UEFI settings and see the boot order.
Run an amazing Windows repair.
Boot into safe mode.
Reset or update all drivers in safe mode.
The operating system itself can be the cause of Windows 17 black screens. This is usually caused by erroneous Windows updates. Unfortunately, corrupted or missing system files also play a role. Applications then drivers. An outdated or corrupted registry or driver can cause black screen errors.
The infamous Black Screen of Death (BSOD) can occur for a variety of reasons, including overheating, update issues, power issues, and/or software driver errors. Fortunately, in some cases this can be fixed. If this happens frequently, you may have an electronics problem and need to contact a repair shop right away.
Do the following: Turn on the computer completely.
Disconnect from the Internet by turning off your Ethernet TV or turning off your WiFi card (if possible).
Disconnect all unnecessary peripherals from the PC.
Turn off all power from your computer.
Connect the system to enable it again, but leave the target disabled.
[Fixed] OBS black screen error in Capture game/display/browserSolution one. Restart OBS and computer or even reinstall software.
Solution. Run OBS as administrator or in compatibility mode.
Solution 3: Data collection mode or switching the data collection method.
Windows 10 Black Screen FAQs Removing the Battery and Long Pressing the Power Button (Laptops Only)
Update your graphics card drivers
Sign in to another friendly account
Perform a clean boot
Disable grand launch
Update your BIOS
Start Automatic Repair
Perform a system image restore
Run SFC and DISM
Restart your computer
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