Windows 10 won’t boot after update, slow black screen, how fix
Windows 10 has a new update installed and then it happens – the computer does not boot up anymore and you see black screen or you pc operate very slow. Often the update is buggy or outdated drivers are not compatible with the new update. In our tips + tricks we will show you how to solve these problems.
First, try to boot Windows 10 in safe mode. In contrast to the normal start of Windows, only the most important drivers and programs that are necessary for running Windows are loaded here. Thus, in safe mode, you can easily detect and fix errors based on new programs, drivers, or updates.
Start your computer and press the keyboard shortcut [ Shift ] + [ F8 ] right at the beginning of the operating system’s loading process. This is how Windows 10 starts in safe mode.
When the computer is fully booted, you can safely update drivers. To do this, right-click on the Windows icon and select ” Device Manager “. Now all devices of your computer will be displayed. Select the device that you suspect is outdated and therefore not compatible with the new Windows Update. By right-clicking on the corresponding device , the driver can be updated.
If the second step did not help, you can uninstall the last Windows update . First, press Windows+I to open setting then click the Update & security option. Click on the “Windows Update” tab, and then on “Update history”.
Now, the update history will be displayed, click ” Uninstall updates ” at the top, and you will see a list of the latest updates, Right-click on the corresponding entry to uninstall the latest update.
If Windows 10 does not start after uninstalling the last update, it will only help restore Windows 10.