Windows 10 black screen without cursor [FIX]

Windows 10 black screen without cursor [FIX]

Many users reach us with a report on the black screen error in Windows 10, especially with the cursor disappear.

1. Restart your computer

It is usually the first line of action whenever you encounter a problem with your computer.

Disconnect all external devices, restart your computer and see if you can get to the desktop screen.

2. Try to connect different video output to your computer

You can try different combinations of video outputs such as the one below and see if you can get your desktop screen with the mouse cursor.

Connect the adapter to differ from integrated graphics into a discrete card or vice versa.
Connect to a variant output from HDMI to DVI, DisplayPort to VGA, or any other combination

4. Perform Auto Repair

  1. Insert the Windows installation disk or USB and then restart your computer.
  2. You will see a message asking you to press any key to boot from the DVD.
  3. Press any key to boot from the DVD.

Once you see the Install Windows page is displayed, click Repair your computer to start the Windows Recovery Environment (WinRE).

  1. In winter, go to Select screen options.
  2. Click Issues and select Advanced Options.
  3. Click Auto Repair.

If you do not see the Press key to boot from the DVD message, you need to change the boot order in your BIOS settings to start from the disc or USB.

Be careful while changing BIOS settings as the interface is designed for advanced computer users since you can change the settings to prevent your computer from booting correctly.

You only need to update the BIOS if needed, such as when solving compatibility issues. It can be tricky and make your computer inoperable if any errors occur.

Follow the steps precisely as they are to order changes in the boot and then make improvements:

  1. In the process of restarting, check for any hints on how to interrupt normal startup.
  2. Enter the BIOS Setup Utility. Most PCs use F2, F10, ESC or DELETE button to start this setup.
  3. Search tab in the BIOS set the utility labeled Boot Order, Boot Options or Boot.
  4. Use the arrow keys to go to the Boot Order and press Enter.
  5. Find removable devices (CD, DVD, or USB flash drive) in the Boot list.
  6. Use the arrow keys to move the drive to the top to appear first in the Boot list.
    Press enter.
  7. You order the boot order has now been turned into a boot from DVD, CD, or USB flash drive.
  8. Press F10, save changes and exit the BIOS Setup Utility.
  9. Click Yes in the confirmation window.

After restarting your computer, perform the following steps:

  1. Allow the scan to continue for several minutes to remove malware infecting your computer.
  2. Select your choice of language, currency, time and keyboard.
  3. Click Next and select the Repair your computer.
  4. Select the operating system you want to repair (in this case, Windows 10).
  5. Click Next and select Troubleshoot.
  6. Select Advanced Options.
  7. Click the System Restore or Startup Repair.

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