I had the option to succesfully introduce Windows 10.
The programmed arrangement couldn’t introduce my video driver and my sound driver.
I’ve physically introduced both the drivers and from that point forward my windows 10 arrangement gives a dark screen after the boot logo.
The mouse pointer is as yet obvious and the PC appears to work (since I am ready to sign in, hear the sounds, etc..), yet the screen stays dark, aside from my mouse pointer.
Intriguing to note is that this issue doesn’t happen consistently, and that when the ‘shutdown’ button is squeezed, the screen immediatly shows up, however without much of any result as the PC is closing down at any rate and can’t be halted.
I presume it might be driver-related, however then I wonder why I can once in a while boot up without issues and now and then get this dark screen that must be comprehended by closing down the PC (to return while rebooting.)
My realistic card is a Radeon X800XL 256MB and the main ongoing driver accessible is one intended for Windows Vista.
A similar arrangement works consistent on Windows XP, Ubuntu 12.04 and Windows 7.
My screen goal is 1280×1024, I’ve likewise attempted another screen with another goal (1920×1080) which delivered a similar issue.
— UPDATED 26/06/2015
What is currently known:
- Black screen, even though mouse pointer still appears and the computer still responds. (for example, you can still login)
- Video Card type: ATI Radeon X800XL (256MB) – DirectX 9.0 compatible
- Default monitor: (1280×1024 – 75hz)
- Another monitor was tried with another resolution (1920×1080 – 60hz) – no succes.
- Problem only occurs when shutting down the system from Windows
- Problem does NOT occur when shutting down the computer using the power button. The computer will reboot without a blackscreen until shutdown using Windows again.
- Refresh rate and resolution were fine before turning off the computer.
- Factory Reset was executed, no succes.
- Problem occured in earlier builds aswell.
— UPDATED 26/08/2015
Changed topic title from ‘Build 1130’ to ‘Final build’ considering the issues are still present in the final build, but can be manually worked around.
This feature only works when you do a SHUTDOWN and then Boot.
It doesn’t effect a RESTART.
To turn it off or on…
Go to Control panel…Power Options, and select Choose What the Power Buttons Do on the left.
Then select Change Settings That are Currently Unavailable near the top center of screen…
Lower down on the window, uncheck Fast Startup.
This shouldn’t effect your problem, but it might..