Windows 10 Upgrade Problems: Black Screen after Updating

Windows 10: Plusses and Problems Of Installation and Up-gradation

Windows10 is easy to use, operate and acquainted with most of the people. It includes an enhanced Start menu and is intended to initiate and restart at an impressively faster pace. Moreover, it’s full of innovative advances like Microsoft Edge – a brand new browser. The private files and apps installed by the user stays secured and non-corrupted in Windows10. Moreover newly introduced Cortana, Xbox and overall look and feel of the operating system is fascinating. Windows 10 also bear certain disadvantages which somehow drops the familiarity curve for the same Such as Windows 10 removes default setting application from control panel automatically to PC settings app. It doesn’t allow Windows Media Centre in the system. Almost all apps has hamburger menu. Moreover the icons are huge and not so catchy.

The question like how to upgrade to Windows10 from Windows7 is very common. Microsoft has designed the up-gradation process to be simple and linear, making it attuned with the hardware and software already fitted in the system. So one should not to worry and bother about how to update to Windows10. Just follow the set processes, Windows10 installation steps and Windows10 upgrade steps suggested by Microsoft and use the amazing features after upgradation.

There are some Windows10 upgradation problems noticed and highlighted by users. Various IT farms, software units and computer maintenance offices based in Vasundhara, Indirapuram, Ghaziabad and other parts of Delhi NCR are pro and experienced in providing Windows10 upgrade assistance to various users across entire Delhi NCR area.

The most common Windows10 update problems and Windows10 installation problems faced by users are Code 0x80073712, Code 0x800F0923, Code 0x80200056 and Code 0x800F0922. Other errors or problems faced are due to incomplete updates, failure in configuration, inapplicability of the update and many more.

There may be some problems due to missing or damage of files needed during update and some problems due to non-compatibility of the driver and software of the computer with the update. Some errors also occur when the computer is accidentally turned off during an ongoing update and when the computer is unable to connect to Windows update servers. Users upgrading with Windows 10 are facing black screen and starting issue after the completion of the process. Users are also facing issues of blinking screen and non-functioning of buttons and icons. The only way out of this problem is to run the PC or laptop in safe mode and uninstall all programs that have expired or not in use.

The easiest process of turning on the safe mode is:

  • Press Control Alt Delete keys concurrently.
  • Left click the mouse to turn on the power button.
  • Click on Shift followed by clicking restart.
  • Click on troubleshoot icon followed by advanced options
  • Then click on Start-up settings.
  • Post that click the restart button and finally select the safe mode option.

Users often face issues with incompatible app of the computer which interrupts and slows down the up gradation process. It signifies that the PC does not meet the bare minimum requirements for such update or install of Windows 10. Installation or upgradation is also hampered when there is lack of sufficient space in the computer.

It is always sensible and advisable to re start the computer after the installation and upgradation is over in order to ensure hassle-free and smooth functioning of the operating systems