If you have been like me the past few days you have probably stumbled into a bit of a problem after a log in into windows. The subject of course is the black screen after log in to windows. The problem is mostly caused by malware, or overheating parts. But if you sunk $150 dollars into a cooler for your cpu like me you wouldn’t suspect it to be that. So most cases its about something with in the software.

 

Fixes

Wait It Out

One of the ways you could fix it is by simply waiting for it to work. Yes really. No seriously I’m not joking. When I first encountered the problem it was just a matter of minutes before my pc realized it wasn’t working the way its supposed to and fixed itself.

Reinstalling Your graphics drivers

As posted on the official Microsoft website you could try uninstalling and then reinstalling your gpu drivers. You can do this by

  • Entering safe mode (how to)
  • going to search bar and typing in Device Manager
  • Right click on display adapters
  • Click ok when it asks if you are sure you want to do it
  • Then restarting your computer and reinstall drivers.

Task Manager

Even though you cant see your desktop when this is happening you can still launch task manager. You ca open it by pressing CTRL+ALT+DELETE, then clicking on task manager. After that go to file, run new task, then type in ‘explorer.exe’. With in a few moments your desktop should pop up. If not just reboot and try again.

Conclusion

That’s all I have for you right now. I will update the list as I find more ways to help fix the problem. Im Benji and I hope you have a fun day of gaming.

 

 

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