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    Default Windows 10 Black Screen on Boot

    I'm having a very weird issue with Windows 10 Pro. I upgraded to Windows 10 Pro yesterday , and it was working fine then.
    However when I powered on my Laptop today. It does boot up, however the display goes black after that loading wheel appears.
    My keys are illuminated and rest all is fine.
    However the display remains black and nothing goes ahead.

    Any suggestions regarding why this is happening?

    Thank you


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    Hello,

    Try booting into Safe Mode and see if you can reproduce the issue. If everything works fine in Safe Mode, then any driver or program is causing this problem. You then need to update your programs or drivers to latest one.

    Hope this helps, Good luck
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    ... and also ensure you have installed the latest cumulative updates. Microsoft received some yesterday.

    UPDATE: See Windows 10 stuck at log in screen after upgrade.
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    I had the same issue . Try every thing, what works for me , Dell Inspiron E1705 : start, my pc ,local drive c , properties, tools , error checking, reboot and finished the problem !!!
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    Hello.
    Sorry for replying so late. I was travelling.
    The issue got solved the day itself.
    I had upgraded to Windows 10 from 8.1 Using Boot Camp on my MacBook Pro( Not a Virtual Machine). There was a Generic PNP Driver conflict since the initial boot camp driver file was intended only for Windows 8. I booted in Safe Mode and saw that the Generic PNP had an issue. I luckily had my Windows 10 activated since it worked fine once after the upgraded.
    So I just did a clean install using the Windows 10 Pro DVD that I had made using the Media Creation Tool.
    And everything worked fine then. I could install the Boot Camp Utilites and it works flawless on such an amazing hardware.
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    Note : MacBook users, kindly wait for a while because Apple hasn't released any Boot Camp Support for Win 10 as yet. Paralles Desktop works fine, but Boot Camp has some issues after upgrade.
    If you are doing a clean install, then nothing to worry, it works fine.

    PS: Windows 10 looks beautiful on the Retina Display.

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    Oh, yes, my bad. Maybe I had installed those drivers on Windows 8 and something went wrong while upgrading to Windows 10.

    Also, I guess I have the Windows 10 Boot Camp Support Software because earlier it used to be around 800-900MBs for Win 7 and 8. However this time it was 1.35Gb, so maybe ive got the new drivers.

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