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Aug 22, 2012

How to Fix Black Screen Problem in Windows 7

“When I turn on my Windows 7 computer, I see a black screen and nothing else. Windows 7 doesn’t load up but my computer makes the usual sound when starting up. What should I do”? Does it sound like a problem similar to you are facing? If it does, check the below mentioned steps and fix Black screen problem in your Windows 7 computer: (Find here Blue Screen Error support)
1. Right-click the taskbar> click Start Task Manager. On the Windows Task Manager screen, click the Processes tab, select explorer.exe, and click End Process. Now click the File menu on Windows Task Manager> select New Task (Run). Type ‘explorer.exe’ in the Open box and click OK. Exit Task Manager. (Find here Windows repair)
2. Click the Start menu> right-click Computer> select Manage. You must be logged on with admin rights to access the Computer Management window. Click Device Manager> expand Display adapters to display your devices. Right-click your video adapter> click Update Driver Software. Make sure that you are connected to the Internet to update drivers. (Find here Internet/browser issues support)
3. Check Windows Registry for any registry issues. Click Start> type ‘regedit’ in the Start Search bar. Right-click Regedit.exe> click Run as administrator. You must be logged in with admin rights to your Windows 7 computer, otherwise can’t modify the registry. Before you begin, back up your Windows registry to restore it in case of any wrongdoing.
4. On the Windows Registry Editor screen, map read to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE> Software> Microsoft> Windows> NT> CurrentVersion> Winlogon. After clicking Winlogon> double-click Shell in the right hand pane. Make sure that the Value Data box says ‘explorer.exe’. If the Value Data box has different value, then clear it and type ‘explorer.exe’ in it. Click the OK button.
5. Exit Registry Editor and restart your Windows 7 computer. it should turn on fine without the black screen. If the problem persists, you can restore your Windows 7 computer to an earlier date in the Safe Mode. You can choose any restore point when you computer was working fine.


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