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Old October 6th, 2019, 05:06 PM
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Do you have a recovery USB by chance?

If not do you have access to another computer with Windows 10 on it?

OK A Lenovo, I assume a Laptop?

Press the power button at the black screen until your computer turns off. Hold the shift and F8 keys and then press the power button again. Hold shift and F8 until the screen displays "Please Wait". You should see a recovery screen. If you see a black screen again, retry these steps.

If you get to the recovery screen then select advance repair options, then troubleshoot, startup settings and restart.

Then select Enable Safe Mode

If you get in then do this:

Open the start menu and search "Device Manager." Expand the "Display adapters" tab and right-click on your graphics card. Select "Uninstall" and follow the prompts to complete the uninstall. Restart your PC and attempt to log in normally.