Try the Windows key sequence "Windows logo key+Ctrl+Shift+B"
Boot your computer in Safe Mode to try to fix the problem :
- Start your PC At the sign-in screen, hold the Shift key down, click the Power button on the bottom-right, and select Restart.
Once you’re on the advanced startup menu, click Troubleshoot.
(Note: in case If you cannot see anything on the screen because of a black screen, then boot your system from an installation media ( if you don’t have then here how to create a bootable USB ). Skip the first screen, and click on repair computer to get the Advanced startup menu. From here click on Troubleshoot.)
On the next screen click on Advanced options -> Startup Settings.
Click the Restart button. Then On the Startup settings, press 4 to safe mode or F5 to enter in Safe Mode with Networking.
Reinstall your Display driver :
We recommend reinstalling the Display driver by following steps below
-- Use the Windows key + X to open the power user menu and select Device Manager.
-- Expand Display Adapters.
-- Right-click the adapter and select Uninstall. Quick Tip: You can also select Delete the driver software for this device option to remove the driver from your computer. Sometimes, this is recommended, but if the operating system can’t find the driver online, you’ll need to download the correct driver for your video adapter from your PC manufacturer’s website.
-- Click OK to confirm. and Restart windows.
Disable Fast startup :
-- Open Control Panel.
-- Click on System and Security.
-- Click on Power Options.
-- Select the Choose what the power button does link on the left pane.
-- Click the Change settings that are currently unavailable link.
-- Uncheck the Turn on fast startup (recommended)Â option.
-- Click Save changes.
-- Restart your computer to complete the task.
Create a new user account :
-- To create a new user account in Safe Mode, click on start menu search, and type cmd.
-- Right-click on the command prompt, and select Run as an administrator.
-- Next type the following command to create a new user account and press enter.
net user username password /add
create new user account windows 10
Note: Here change “username” in the command for the name of the account you want. And password for user account login.
Type the following command to change the account type to Administrator and press Enter:
net localgroup administrators USERNAME /add
Don’t forget to change “USERNAME” in the command for the name of your account.
That’s all Restart windows normally and this time login with the newly created user account, Hope this time you get the normal display.
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