Reply RickB says: June 23, 2014 at 12:25 am Pulling the battery worked for me. This allowed me to get past the Black Screen of Nothingness and into the I got to the Recovery Troubleshooting as described in the original post. Reply Lauri says: October 24, 2013 at 5:51 pm How about the worst case scenario; don't have a recovery boot disc, don't have access to another computer running 8.1… Is there I was facing same issue after above workaround but by installing latest display card &intel motherboard chipset drivers it resolved. have a peek at this web-site
The problem now is finding the culprit Windows Update and disabling it from updating. I'm sure there are many different "black screen" issues with Windows 8 and 8.1 but my black screen shows a mouse arrow and little network icons in the lower left corner. This should take you to the choose an option screen. brunopita View Public Profile Find all posts by brunopita (#16) plumbum Newbie Videocard: sti 8750 Processor: intel Mainboard: Memory: Soundcard: PSU: toughpower 850 03-12-2015, 11:35 | posts: 3 Quote:
If you still have a problem, feel free to use the comment section.It's only fair to share... If not, you'll need to use your bootable install media for Windows 8.1 or find a working Windows 8.1 device and create a recovery disk. It may well be a coincidence but if you look at each commenter's specs in this particular thread, you will notice a a lot of ASUS hardware. Then I came across a post on Spiceworks (cant post the link here) which helped a lot.
I am running dual monitors on an NVIDIA video card. Windows 8.1 Black Screen No Cursor After selecting the Repair link, choose "Troublshoot", "Advanced Options", and "Command Prompt" as shown in this post. 5. Luckily I did an acronis back up before updating which worked but after updating again the black screen is back anyone else have this problem?
http://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3035131 If that is true , why are they installing both in Windows Update .
Hitting the windows button will get to the normal win8.1 screen, but most of the boxes are black with some lettering, but then some look normal. Windows 8 Black Screen After Login Fix It's a pitty, because I like the new design, but it still has bugs. Known issues with this security update If you manually install the security update that is described in advisory 3033929 and then manually install security update 3035131, you receive a message that Restart it once again.Hopefully the issue is fixed.
Follow him on Twitter, or befriend him on Facebook or Google Plus. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows8_1-windows_update/win-81-august-12-updates-black-screen-after-2nd/ff06e4d3-2fed-44bb-b07a-e0f3f351eaa1 press any alphabet key and then press backspace and type your password then press enter (type the password on the blank screen itself .password will not be visible while typing). Windows 8.1 Black Screen Before Login Sign in Transcript Statistics Add translations 306,993 views 1,218 Like this video? Windows 8 Black Screen Fix your suggestion helped Reply Baz says: March 28, 2015 at 9:18 pm Delite all recent updates that worked for me Reply zk says: April 11, 2015 at 12:50 pm How can
Reply Tim says: October 26, 2013 at 9:08 pm I'm with Lauri… I have a laptop with Win 8 pre-installed so can't create a Win 8.1 boot USB as my Win Check This Out after 15 restore points and reloads, it is for sure the NVidia update. EDIT: Although I used net framework RC update 5.63?, maybe its something with that? In this guide we show you 3 ways to solve the Windows 8.1 black screen with cursor bug:Changing your startup settings and repairing the faulty drivers.Performing a system restore to wind Windows 8.1 Black Screen No Safe Mode
I had the same symptoms, after upgrading from W8 to W8.1. for me it was update: kb3035131 that gave me the black screen, so I chose to "hide" it Hope that helps, thanks again! FullOfEnergyy 65,222 views 0:50 How to fix Black screen after logon, on windows 8.1/8/7/vista, maybe XP too - Duration: 1:58. Source I followed the advice and rebooted and I'm back to the Black Screen of Nothingness. š Reply Gerald says: December 8, 2014 at 3:07 pm after trying probably a dozen things
I clicked on control panel home then went to system setings and then rebooted with a backed up version it had saved earlier Reply John says: February 8, 2015 at 2:12 Windows 8 Black Screen With Cursor I always hide nVidia updates from Windows Update and manually update drivers direct from nVidia website or from nVidia GeForce Experience app. Due to the random nature of the bug we can't advise with absolute certainty what causes it.
bootrec /mbrfix didn't fix my original, now I'm just left wondering about the stability of the machine I updated. The problem now is finding the culprit Windows Update and disabling it from updating. I just didn't install the Bitdefender one. How To Fix Windows 8 Black Screen Of Death I came across this site.
I have the same problem. here is my solution. Sign in 174 Loading... http://roguewb.com/black-screen/ubuntu-black-screen-after-login.html PS: this info might help too, seems if you install 3033929 you don't really need 3035131, if i am reading this right .
Type `exit` to exit `diskpart`. 6. Select "Driver" tab, clicks on the "Roll Back Driver" button. This got me back into Windows. So I don't think it's nVidia...
Type exit and hit enter. Reply Abhishek says: November 23, 2013 at 7:38 am Thank very much dr you saved my Dell Reply Alltang says: November 24, 2013 at 6:50 pm I still have the black Reinstall your system drive (don't forget to plug it ;o). On the log in screen, go over to the power button and click it.
Reply prithivi says: February 13, 2015 at 5:45 am Restored to previous point about an hour worked for meh Reply alexa says: February 14, 2015 at 12:17 am mrlzero74 thank you!!! HomeHow it WorksPricingServicesFAQAccountLog InRegisterMy AccountGet Support0HomeHow it WorksPricingServicesFAQAccountLog InRegisterMy AccountGet Support[SOLVED] Windows 8.1 Black ScreenBy Rapid IT SupportPosted April 19, 2015In Articles 30[SOLVED] Windows 8.1 black screen with cursor bugĀ - black IT as seen by me (and possibly you). Let start, Shut down your machine and start Power On.
The views and opinions expressed on this website are my own and not the views and opinions of my employer. Warning: DO NOT PRESS SYSTEM RESET - if you do, your personal files will be deleted.With that said, lets continue on and refresh your pc.