Black screen after login into windows

Deshveer10 - Nov 16, 2011 at 09:31 AM
 Anonymous User - Nov 17, 2011 at 07:09 AM
hey man i'm in a big trouble i'm getting a black screen after login into windows although the windows has login i cant see anything on the screen whereas in safe mode my pc is working normally!!!! can you help me ou plzzzz!!!!!!


4 replies

Anonymous User
Nov 16, 2011 at 09:36 AM
Boot into safemode

go to run and type

msconfig and click ok

change startup type to selective

uncheck ''Load startup items''

Go to service tab-check mark ''hide microsoft services'' and then click on ''disable all''
Reboot now

Option 2:

Click on Start --> Run --> Type devmgmt.msc and

press Enter. "Device Manager" will be opened.

Expand "Display adapters" --> Under the "Display adapter", right-click on your

display adapter (Example : Display adapter may be Nvidia or VIA etc ) -->

Select the option "Uninstall"

Reboot and check
the first option help me the first time but when i reboot it the 2nd time it goes back to black screen the second option didnt work and now am using it in VGA mode and i' ve observe one thing when i put my resolution to the maximum(1400*900) the screen becomes black and it does not return to the previous resolution
Anonymous User
Nov 16, 2011 at 11:58 AM
when you rebooted the the second time,did you make changes to msconfig?

when did this issue start?

what antivirus do you have?
yep i did the changes,, it started today i was playing age of empires 2 then i quit by pressing alt+F4 but then there was no response it showed a blak screen and immediately i rebooted the system and then i got the black screen problem!! the windows is working correctly i can hear the theme song of the windows and other sound like skype but the screen is black!!!

I use AVG 8.5 antivirus
Anonymous User
Nov 16, 2011 at 03:03 PM
Restore PC to previous point
how to do that??? and one thing is that now i can start my pc normally but i cant switch it to its max resolution(1400*900) if i does so the screen gets black again!!!!
Anonymous User
Nov 17, 2011 at 07:09 AM
If your OS is xp

go to run and type

restore and click ok

Now open the file


If your OS is vista or windows 7

Go to run and type

system32 and click ok

Similarly check for


Launch it and restore to a previous point