The majority of Windows 10 2004 users are agonizing over the fact that, without an official point of reference, troubleshooting the bug starts out as a wild goose chase. Yet, there are at least three solutions that anyone can try in this case.
How do I fix Windows 10 2004 black screen issues?
1. Use a debugging software
This is the easiest thing to do, actually, especially since you can’t really pinpoint the cause of the black screen. A debugging software will scan your system and fix any issues or recommend the appropriate actions to take. You might have to run this tool in Safe Mode.
Restoro is powered by an online database that features the latest functional system files for Windows 10 PCs, allowing you to easily replace any elements that can cause a BSoD error.
This software can also help you by creating a restore point before starting the repairs, enabling you to easily restore the previous version of your system if something goes wrong.
This is how you can fix registry errors using Restoro:
- Download and install Restoro.
- Launch the application.
- Wait for the software to identify stability issues and possible corrupted files.
- Press Start Repair.
- Restart your PC for all the changes to take effect.
As soon as the fixing process is completed, your PC should work without problems, and you will not have to worry about BSoD errors or slow response times ever again.
Disclaimer: This program needs to be upgraded from the free version in order to perform some specific actions.
2. Install the latest graphics card drivers
Normally, Windows updates drivers automatically. But, for various reasons, the process might fail and lead to BSoD issues such as this one.
You can update drivers manually by opening Device Manager, right-clicking on your graphics driver and choosing to update.
But in many cases, the process will say that the driver doesn’t need an update. So again we recommend using dedicated software such as DriverFix for a more in-depth analysis of your system components.
DriverFix will scan your device and show all drivers that need updating. The tool will also suggest viable driver options sutiable for your device brand and version.
Additionally, DriverFix doesn’t have to be a one-time tool. You can use it for subsequent updates of all your device drivers, since this is a best practice when it come to your device’s health.
3. Roll back to your previous OS version
- Open Settings and choose Update and Security.
- Scroll down to the Recovery option.
- There, choose Go back to the previous version of Windows 10.
The system will allow you to restore one of the previously saved OS versions. Whenever certain updates cause system issues. Microsoft recommends uninstalling the respective feature or or roll back to a previous version of Windows 10:
So these are all easy-to-use troubleshooting solutions in case the Windows 10 2004 update causes a black screen. We’ve extensively tackled this subject when other details were specified as well:
We hope that you found a solution for your black screen event in one of these articles. We’d be happy to hear which step helped so don’t hesitate to drop us a line in the comments.
This post was written by Don Sharpe and was first posted to WindowsReport