What to do if your system screen goes black after updating Windows 10 June update


How to solve black screen issue on Windows 10?

Recently, Microsoft has released a new Windows 10 Version 1809. This new update is adding new functionality that allows you to decide when to install a feature update. Moreover, you may control when you get a feature update while simultaneously keeping your devices up to date. Most of the Windows users have already updated their system to this latest June update. After updating the system, users are facing black screen issue on their Windows 10 PC. Let’s learn how to fix this issue.

You may fix the black screen issue by following the below given steps:

  • If your system restarts with black screen, just press “Ctrl+Alt+Del” key shortcut on your keyboard. Next, shows a Windows 10’s normal “Ctrl+Alt+Del” screen.
  • Now click the power button at the bottom-right corner of your screen and then select “Restart” to restart your PC.This is how you may normally fix this black screen issue by just restarting the PC.




If the issue persists, press the Win+Ctrl+Shift+B hotkey combination to restart your PC’s graphics drivers.

Moreover, you may also fix it by force restarting but doing so may erase your unsaved data. If you still want to do this, press and hold your PC’s physical power button until it shuts down. Now, wait for few seconds and then press the power button again.

Sometimes, this issue may occur due to mouse and keyboard, so make sure keyboard and mouse are connected to your PC. Many times, your PC may just show a black screen if it goes to power-saving mode. While, there are many chances that your keyboard is unplugged or your mouse lost battery power.

If your system is still not updated, go to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update. If you would like to get an available update right away, select Download and install now.

Now read: How to shutdown or restart your Windows PC using Cortana


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