Windows 7 might be the most advanced operating system from Microsoft EVER released, but it's also got one of the biggest issues as well - a black screen error which just won't go away for many people. This error normally appears when Windows 7 boots up, and is characterized by just showing a blank black screen which makes it impossible to do anything on your PC. Fortunately, there are a few solutions to this error now emerging.
It seems the main cause of this error is actually the video adapter of your PC. Many people think that the drivers inside Windows 7 are often causing problems with the monitors that people have, making the black screen appear. To fix this, you should try rebooting your PC and then pressing F8 continuously when your system loads up to load it into 'safe mode'. This will run your system without the damaged driver and show you if that's what the problem is.
Most of the time, people will find that their computer will work well in safe mode. If this is the case, you then click on Start and then right-click on "My Computer". On the menu that appears, select "Properties" and then click on the Device Manager. In here, you'll see a list of the hardware on your PC, to which you should browse to the video adapters. When you click on this, click "Uninstall" on the piece of hardware that shows up. This will remove the hardware and uninstall the driver on your system, allowing Windows to find a new one which is compatible with your PC. You should then restart and see what happens.
If this does not fix the problem, you should try rebooting into safe mode and then running a "registry cleaner". This is a tool that scans through all the settings on your computer and removes any of the damaged or corrupted ones that can often cause errors like this. Windows relies on many different settings to run, and it's often the case that many of these will actually become damaged and unreadable, causing all sorts of strange problems on your system. One of the most beneficial things you an do for your system is to download a registry cleaner and let it fix all the errors on your PC. It should find the errors that are causing the black screen problem and repair them for you.
The "Black Screen Of Death" of Windows 7 is a big problem for many computers around the World. This black screen problem has been an issue since the launch of this new system, but now there is a very simple and effective way to fix it. Here's what you need to do...
Many companies have tried to make a fix for the black screen error on Windows, and the good thing that came from all these different experts working on this problem was that they found what is causing it - the "registry". Certain settings inside the Windows registry database are said to be behind the Black Screen of Death issue, meaning that if you're able to make your computer better able to read these settings, it should fix the issue completely.
To do this, you can think about using a "registry cleaner" to scan through the registry database and remove any of the damaged corrupted settings that are inside it. Registry cleaners have long been used to help with a variety of problems inside Windows, and the good news is that if you can get one which works well with Windows 7, it should be able to fix the Black Screen error.
What you need to do is to first obtain a registry cleaner program. After you've downloaded the program, restart your computer in safe mode. This should load up fine because safe mode does not need any of the registry settings that "normal" mode uses, preventing the error. To do this, restart your PC and then press F8 continuously before Windows has a chance to load. This will load up an options screen which will offer "Safe Mode" as an option. You should choose to load this and then you should see your PC load up in a very basic state. Safe mode is basically where Windows loads without any of the software or programs that it normally uses, allowing you to correct many issues such as the Black Screen Of Death.
After you've done this, you should then open up the registry cleaner you downloaded and installed and then scan your PC. It will locate a series of errors inside the registry database, and will offer to fix them for you. If there are over 200 errors, it's advisable that you do let the cleaner fix them. After you've done that, restart your computer and boot back into normal mode. The black screen error *should* be gone if the cleaner fixes the right part of it.