Decided to make this post since I could not find a compeletly working solution for this.(If you just want to know what I did very shortly go to the end of this post.) So I got the anniversary update for windows 10 and updater just like any update.Next day I started the computer and the update continued. After the update was done I got to a black screen with only the cursor visible…Tryied some suggestion I found tryed:

  • Press either ctrl or space (not both) and then type in the password to log in and then press enter. I could here the sound of skype start but still everything blank. Then tested Windows key + P to change some display options. I could see something happening but still only the cursor showed up.
  • I also tested startup repair but that did nothing.
  • Did also try some other stuff but I think it\’s not worth mentioning everything I tryed.

This was my solution: Then I found this video. Did not fix my problem but at least I got into safe mode.From there I disabled my gpu ( I have a GTX 1070) from Device manager. After that I rebooted and then I could see the log in. So I logged in and then. Then I did go to Windows Update settings (tested to uninstall update but that did nothing for me). Then Recovery and Reverted back to previous build, after that the computer restarted. After that I also reinstalled gpu drivers. Then everything seemed to work as normal. To sum it up short:

  • Boot into safe mode and disable and gpu. (Possible also uninstall gpu drivers.)
  • Restart as normal.
  • Log in as normal.
  • Go to Windows Update settings and Recovery and Reverted back to previous build.
  • Enable gpu. (Possible reinstall drivers.)

I hope this will help if someone gets a similar problem.

most of the time there are any update issues, reverting to a previous build fixes them

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