pressing ctrl-alt-del again gives me the original blue screen (with "windows server 2008 standard" written at the bottom) & a spinning hourglass for a couple of seconds and then black screen
i have just purchased a panasonic tv and plugged in the chrome cast to a vacant hdmi port set up the chrome cast and all i got was a blank screen saying "no signal" signal" on my hdmi channel
fix google chrome black screen issues. below is a screenshot of the chrome browser window when i started it on a machine running windows 10 pro. a restart of the web browser or the system did not resolve the issue. it was a display issue clearly and the first thing that i tried was updating the graphics driver to see if it would resolve the
all google chrome extensios crashed and then black screen on the window for my case.. tried uninstall and installed.. but no use.. finally i restarted the computer.. it worked for me.. and i disabled adblock on google homepage. works pretty cool.
windows 10 april 2018 update: problems knock users but adoption still soars to 50%. a fast rollout that shows 50 percent adoption in a month doesn't mean it's been smooth for all windows 10 users.
windows 10 april 2018 update problems: users struggle with mystery 'black screen' microsoft says a fix is on the way for early adopters of the windows 10 april 2018 update with chrome problems.
google chrome’s black screen varies with your windows build number or version (windows 7/8) and the browser version. the black screen is normally encountered by users with older builds of chrome running on early windows 10 builds. and if you bump into it with the latest software installed you
google chrome at times may display a black screen on your windows 10/8/7 computer. if you frequently face google chrome black screen problems here are few tips that may help you address the issue
google chrome black screen solution 1 recommended answer. fixed the black google chrome issue. here is what worked for me 1. unpin chrome icon from task bar so it is on the desktop. type chrome://version into your omnibox (where the url is) and your chrome version number will be listed on the first line.