Desktop Screen Appears But Keeps Blacking Out And Reloading
Aug 3, 2015
After updating to Windows 10 turned my computer ont his morning and signed in. Now desktop screen appears but keeps blacking out and reloading. Unable to open anything and tried rebooting, still happening.
Running Windows 10 Home. Build 10240. When I start the system the screen is black. When I go into File Explorer and click on Desktop all of the items appear there. I can click on say e-mail and I can get into mail and read or answer them.
could I use mct and get the latest there and then do an upgrade which should keep all of my data and files. I originally did the upgrade from Windows 7 Home and that all went well.
I activated W10 and played with it for a while and everything seemed ok - I restarted the computer a few days later and the problem above began - the screen goes blank for a split second right after the taskbar items appear and then the desktop appears again - and this goes on and on - I can't access any application
Last winter I built my own computer. I had to try to install windows 8.1 like three times because something was mess up. It eventually worked. Every time I turn my pc on it has a 50% chance to boot normally. The other 50%, my computer blacks out. The screen is the solid color of my windows color. I can either wait 20 minutes for it to fix itself or press the reset button. It still happens when I installed windows 10. Also when I put my pc on sleep it sometimes freezes up. I can use my mouse to press the restart button and it will take a minute to reboot. What is the problem? Should I replace some parts or look inside?
My pc usually starts up in less then 10 seconds. Sometimes it takes up to 2 minutes which then results in constant freezing once it's started. Then I proceed to shut down or restart my pc and after it's 'shut down' it comes up with DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION, then the computer reboots. Error also appears after restarting pc. Also, if my pc is left off for a while and I turn it on, it works fine.
When I restart my PC and get to the Windows loading screen (the one with circle that is spinning) after few seconds a black screens appeares for a moment and after that once again I see the spinning circle (loading screen). But this time the circle is lagging. After that I see wait a moment text and aftert that a I normally get to the Windows but it just simply takes a while. This happened to me out of nowhere (it used to boot normally until yesterday). I reinstalled OS and I have got still the same problem. I chcecked my HDD with HDD regenerator and it showed no bad sectors or delays.
I made the update today. Finally windows starts up, desktop appears but everything went very slow. I decided to make a restart. So far "so good".
After restart, after login screen, it has a black screen and nothing happens. If I move the mouse it will show it. The black screen remains. I try to go to safe mode, with shift + restart. Not working either. What can I do??
I just upgraded to Windows 10 and the entire screen appears to be stretched horizontally, i.e. both texte and pictures are stretched in the horizontal direction. I tried every screen resolution and the same problem exists for each. I have a 64 bit machine.
Everything has been working great until very recently. After the Cumulative update my computer has been going into the "Recovery" screen when the computer tries to go to sleep. The problem with this is that my Bluetooth mouse and keyboard does not work at that time.
After connecting a USB mouse and keyboard, I selected to restore from a previous point (before the update). Though the system went through the motions, it stated that the restore was not successful. However when it booted back up, the system was restored to an earlier spot. System found updates and installed which started the loop again.
How to stop the machine from going into Recovery mode?
Dell XPS8700 i7 processor 32 gb of memory 64 bit system 256gb Solid State Boot drive
1) I can boot into Windows 10 fine from a cold boot.
2) When the computer tries to sleep and I get the Recovery screen, I can select the option to reboot the computer and it boots up.
3) Normally I do not need to enter my password. After I reboot from Recovery screen, I have to enter a password.
4) Also if I use the keyboard to place the computer into sleep, it does NOT go to the Recovery screen but sleeps like it suppose to.
I am running Windows 10 Home 64-bit. I have an Intel HD Graphics card and a NVIDIA GeForce GT 735M. I have had an issue for a couple of months when viewing videos or footage from my built-in camera. Half of the screen appears fine, but the other half is filled with horizontal blurring bars. This happens with a lot of videos, but some appear okay. The attached image is an example from today on YouTube.
I've got a Lenovo Desktop that was upgraded from 8.1 to 10 just after the release. I have a Toshiba Laptop which I upgraded from 7 to 10 about a month ago. Occasionally, the desktop screen for the desktop would be the default desktop image for the Toshiba laptop with "Toshiba" in the lower right corner.
Last night I performed a clean install of 10 on my Laptop. I went to bed and let the laptop work the updates as I was sleeping. When I woke up the Lenovo, again, the desktop showed the Toshiba default image rather than the one I had changed it to previously.
I had researched the issue but only after making this post is when I realized that all accounts under the same Microsoft ID will sync, including the desktop personalization. Not exactly a feature that I like. I'd like to turn that feature off.
Ok, I have looked for the solution to this problem, but all my searches find a different issue. This has now happened to 2 HP Windows 10 laptops. My son has grabbed them, and hit something, so now, the desktop is gone. It only displays a list of apps, similar to the Windows 8.1 main screen. When you select a new program, either from the app view that it is stuck in, or hitting the widows button in the lower left, and opening a new program, I see the desktop for maybe a second before the app/program opens. When you close it, it goes right back to the app view. I have seen "fixes" everything from the Windows key+D to reset to factory settings. I have added a "show desktop" icon to the task bar, but when you hit it, the desktop shows for a second, then right back to the app view.
I just turned my laptop on and I can't get to my desktop, it just opens me on my app screen and even when I click the button on the bottom left that normally would allow me to switch between the two it does nothing.
So I recently bought a new laptop and upgraded to Windows ten. After a couple of weeks a account named Jon appeared. I deleted the account, but every time I get on my computer it reappears! And when the account appears my computer gets really slow.
After I bootup my desktop shows then after a few minutes it turns into a black screen with cursor only. Ctrl+alt+delete is working and I managed to get into file explorer by "open file location" in task manager>processes.
I tried checking updates for windows but I am updated, I tried reinstalling my amd driver for windows 10 and tried the method windows+p-down-down-enter since I saw in other threads that windows 10 "detects" two monitors due to two graphic cards.
Same thing happens in safe mode. I think some services of windows exits and I can't pinpoint what. Even the keyboard shortcuts like volume doesn't work except for brightness.
Images below is the only way I get to my apps, I just right click on this pc then properties to get to control panel.
I’ve been having trouble with my Windows 10 desktop resolution and icon placement, which started when I tried to change the resolution in an online game. I have a 4K monitor, which is set to 3840 x 2160, and it’s been a mess getting the screen to stay at that resolution. I think it’s stabilized now at that high rate, but I’m no longer able to place the icons in the locations on the screen that I want them. All the icons are gathered on the left side of the screen in no special order, and when I try to drag them to other spots on the screen, they just fly back to their original spot. I’m assuming that all this trouble I’m having is the result of persistent bugs in Windows 10, but is there any kind of fix to make sure that my resolution stays at 3840 x 2160, and that I can move my desktop icons the way I like?
I note in the screenshots that there is an option in W10 marked 'Use full screen start when in the desktop'. This seems puzzling to me, as I will want to use the full screen start when on the start screen (of course) but obviously I won't want a full screen start when running the Desktop app. Is it possible to use the start menu when running the Desktop app and still have the full start screen presented when I close it/switch away from it? Much like Win8 (only with the new and improved start menu of course) where I right click on the Windows logo icon to get the start menu and left click it to return to the start screen?
I go to Canterbury College and they have the school system set up so that students can do a remote desktop connection a there server and login into their accounts using there own computers. I bring my laptop to college and I have to login to the remote desktop using a shortcut on my desktop to use it. I have searched the web and do not know if it is possible for me to set it up on Windows to let me instead of clicking my user name on the lock screen but let me sign into the remote desktop as soon as I turn the computer on. This will make it easier than login into my home account and then the school account if I could log straight into the school system. At the moment the school laptops automatically connect to the remote desktop server when you turn them on.
lately I have a really weird bug. Windows 10 randomly adds US English to my keyboard inputs. But when I go into the language input menu, US english is not there. The screenshot below will show you exactly what I mean, and this is really annoying, cause I am living in UK and I want to use the UK layout not the US.
A black box appears and quickly disappears while I am online, after installing windows 10. It appears on the left side of my screen. It causes sites that I am on to close, and will also make the things I am typing disappear.
I recently upgraded my notebook to Windows 10 from Windows 7 and in like 1 or 2 days after my mum used it, it now has a blank screen on startup and you only see the white mouse cursor moving. This is apparant no matter how many times I HARD press the power button to switch it off and switch it back on.
Also, I tried to stick a Windows 7 CD in so I can reformat it BUT as soon as I press the power on button, the option to press Del or F12 to enter bios settings to change boot order does not work?