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Fix Windows 10 black screen with mouse pointer problem

Seeing just a cursor on a black screen all of a sudden? Annoying and troubling at the same time right? The problem is common but still uncommon in terms of solutions. But we have got it covered for you. Have a look at the solutions.

Methods to fix Windows 10 black screen with mouse pointer problem

Method 1: Update Display Drivers

To manually uninstall a driver, follow these steps:

  • Click on the search bar
  • Type in devmgmt.msc in the search box.
  • Click devmgmt from the results list.
  • Right-click on the driver.
  • To update the driver, select Update Driver Software.
  • To disable the driver, select Disable.
  • To uninstall the driver, select Uninstall.

Method 2: Disable Fast Startup

1) Restart your PC in Safe Mode.

2) Open Control Panel

3) View by “Small icons” and select Power Options.

4) Click Choose what the power button does.

5) Click Change settings that are currently unavailable.

6) Under “Shutdown settings”, untick Turn on fast startup (recommended) and hit Save changes.

Method 3: Disable the integrated graphics card

If you have two different graphics card, your computer would assume by default that there are dual monitors in use, due to which the black screen + mouse pointer problem may occur. In this situation, disabling the integrated graphics card may solve the issue.

1) Reboot your PC in Safe Mode.

2) Press the Windows + R keys at the same time to launch the run command.

3) Type devmgmt.msc and hit OK.

4) In the “Display adapters” drop-down menu, you’ll see more than one graphics card. Right-click on the integrated graphics card (usually an Intel or AMD graphics card). Click Disable.

5) Restart your PC.

Method 4: Reset your PC

1) Restart your PC in Safe Mode.

2) Search for settings by typing in the search box, then select Settings from the options that appear.

3) Select Update & security.

4) Click Recovery.

5) Under ‘Reset this PC’, click Get started. Then follow the on-screen instructions to reset your PC.

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By Dr. Joseph H Volker | 2018-10-25T13:55:39+00:00 October 25th, 2018|Common Errors, Computer Science, Windows Errors|0 Comments