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League of Legends Black Screen on Windows 10

League of Legends is one of the most popular online multiplayer games in the Battle Arena, developed by Riot games and available for both Windows and MacOS platforms. In this game the players control the champion and fight against the opponent, with the main goal of destroying their Nexus. Although this game is reliable, Windows 10 sometimes has problems that we will investigate today. In this article, the latest in a series of troubleshooting articles, we look at the League of Legends black screen problem in Windows 10.

Before performing any of the recommended troubleshooting steps below, it is best to restart your computer. This action updates the operating system and deletes any temporarily corrupted data that may be causing the problem.

Several factors can cause this particular problem, from a scale problem to an outdated driver. The following measures are recommended to solve this problem.

Try disabling the display scale.

The screen scaling function works by adjusting the text size, icons, and navigation elements to make your computer easier to view and use. When this function is enabled, it may sometimes interfere with the work of the League of Legends. To prevent this from causing a problem, try turning it off.

  • Right click on the Legend League rocket launcher.
  • Go to properties and then to compatibility
  • Check display of scale with high DPI settings.
  • Check Run as administrator
  • Turn off the compatibility mode.

Find out if there’s still a problem with the black screen in League of Legends.

Start Windows 10 with peace of mind

Making clean shoes

With a clean start, Windows starts with a minimum of drivers and programs. This allows you to check whether the problem is caused by a conflict with another software or process.

  • Press and hold the button Windows and and press R.
  • Type mconfigure and press OK in the Run dialog box.
  • Click the Services tab, click Hide all Microsoft Services, and then select Disable all.
  • Press Apply, and press OK. Here you will learn how to restart; choose Restart Later.
  • Press and hold Windows and and press R.
  • Enter mconfig and press OK.
  • Select Start and Open Task Manager.
  • In the last field, labeled Start-Up Impact , disable all people with high impact.
  • Reboot the system and restart in clean boot mode.

Try to check if there is still a problem with the black screen in League of Legends. If this is not the case, the problem may be caused by software installed on your computer. Start activating one shift at a time, and stop when the problem returns. You must remove the service or application that is causing the problem.

To interrupt a clean start process

  • Open Start.
  • Find msconfig and click on the top result to open the system configuration window.
  • On the tab, select General Normal Start .
  • Click on the Services tab.
  • Activate option Hide all Microsoft services.
  • Press the button to activate all .
  • Go to tab Start .
  • Click on the link Open Task Manager .
  • On the Start tab, select each item and press the Activate button.
  • Shut down the task manager.
  • Reboot the computer to .

Upgrading the Windows operating system 10

You should make sure you have the latest software update as it comes with the latest game optimizations.

  • Select the Startbutton.
  • Go to Parameters
  • Go to Update and Security
  • Click on Windows Update
  • Press CheckUpdates

Try to check if the problem with the black screen persists.

Graphics driver update

Make sure you have the latest graphics card drivers installed on your computer.

If you have an NVIDIA graphics card, follow the steps described in.

  • Simultaneously press Win+R (Windows Logo key and Rkey) to open the Run window.
  • Enter mconfig and press OK. The system settings section opens.
  • When the System Configuration tab opens, click the Boot tab. In the Download Options section, select Safe Download and press OK.
  • When you are prompted to restart your computer to apply these changes, press Restart and you are in Safe Mode.
  • Go to the local hard disk by clicking on This PC and then on Local hard disk C. You should see an NVIDIA folder there. Right-click and select Delete.
  • Click Start and enter Run. Choose Runand the Run dialog box appears.
  • Type devmgmt.msc in the startup field and press the OK button , which should open the device management window.
  • Expand Field Display Adapter . This list shows all network adapters installed on the computer. Right-click on the Nvidia adapter you wish to remove and select Delete.
  • Press OK when prompted to remove the device. The adapter is then removed from the list and the driver is deleted.
  • Simultaneously press Win+R (Windows Logo key and R key) to display the Run window.
  • Enter mconfig and press OK. The system settings section opens.
  • When the System Configuration tab opens, click the Boot tab. In the Download Settings section, uncheck Safe Download and press OK.
  • When you are prompted to restart your computer to apply these changes, press Restart.
  • Download the latest NVIDIA driver for your computer from
  • Run the installation file and follow the on-screen instructions. Select the Custom Installation option and check all boxes in the Custom Installation Options window. Also tick box to perform a cleaninstallation.
  • Reboot your computer to

If you have a graphics card with an AMD equivalent, perform the following steps.

  • Download the AMD cleaning program from here
  • Find the file where it is saved and double-click the file AMDCleanupUtility.exe .
  • A dialog box should appear indicating that the AMD cleaning utility has detected that the system is in an unsafe mode and can be restarted to run the utility in safe mode:
  • Press Yes to restart the system and put the AMD Cleaning Utility into safe mode.
  • In the following dialog box, a warning is displayed that the AMD cleaning utility will remove all components and applications from the AMD driver.
  • Press OK to continue.
  • After pressing the OK button, the utility is reduced to the system tray and progress is displayed as a tooltip.
  • The cleaning process continues in the background.  To check progress, move the mouse over the AMD icon in the notification area.
  • When the cleaning process is complete, a message is displayed indicating that the cleaning has been successfully completed. Press Show Report to display a list of components that have been removed, otherwise press Done to exit the utility.
  • Reboot the computer .

After uninstalling the drivers, it is time to install the latest driver update. This can be done with the AMD driver auto-detection tool, which can be downloaded from

  • Go to the AMD Drivers and Support page and read the section Automatic Identification and Installation of Graphical Drivers for Windows.
  • Press the DOWNLOAD NOW key to start loading the executable file of the tool.
  • Once the download is complete, run the file to start the installer.
  • Press Install to extract the desired files.
  • As soon as the unpacking of the files is completed, the tool should start automatically.
  • Read the end-user license agreement and information about the user’s development program.
  • Press the Accept button and set to continue, or close the window to exit the AMD Driver Auto Discovery Tool.
  • After clicking Accept and Install, the tool tries to detect the installed AMD graphics product and operating system.
  • Once you have successfully determined your system configuration, the tool displays the latest recommended and additional drivers compatible with your graphics product, as well as the driver version currently installed.
  • Select the desired version and choose Express installation.
  • As soon as the driver package has been downloaded, the installation should start automatically.
  • Reboot your computer to

With integrated graphics (Intel)

  • Press the Windows + R logo button to start the Run application.
  • Type devmgmt.msc in the Run dialog box and press Type to start device management.
  • Expand the display adapters in the device manager.
  • Right click on the video drivers, press Uninstall and then go through the uninstall wizard to uninstall the drivers.
  • Reboot the computer to . When the computer boots up, it must automatically reinstall the same version of the graphics drivers.

Try to check if there is still a problem with the black screen in League of Legends.

Switching to Ethernet connection

If your Wi-Fi connection is not solid or stable, you will encounter this problem at the beginning of the game. If possible, try a wired Ethernet connection and see if there is a problem.



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