Windows won't show anything after updating Nvidia drivers, what can I do?

by Alex Gallegos   Last Updated May 08, 2017 06:14 AM

Today I installed the newest drivers for my Nvidia card (an MSI AERO GTX 1080). During the last bit of installation, the screen went completely black, and stayed so for a while. I decided to power off my system after a few minutes. Now, when I power it on, it shows the Windows 10 boot screen, but afterwards there's just a completely black screen: no log in, no cursor, nothing. Here are a few more details: -It is possible that the driver didn't finish installing or didn't install correctly. -I've tried to go into safe boot and recovery mode, but haven't been able to. -My computer is connected to the monitor through an HDMI cable connected to my Nvidia graphics card (where the issue is most definetly at). I currently don't have any cables available that I can connect from my motherboard to my monitor.

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