I am getting the "Black Screen of Death" when booting up, it started a couple of days ago with no change in hardware configuration, no new software was installed, and I don't believe there was a Windows Update. The Black Screen happens after the Windows Logo appears, right before the login screen. I was able to go into Safe Mode and disable the display adapter which then let me restart and boot up normally (no black screen, although the resolution is not good).
After disabling the Display Adapter I booted up normally and then tried System Restore, first going back a few days and then as far as a month.
I also tried uninstalling the Graphics Card Driver and reinstalling with the latest Intel HD Graphics Card driver, and then tried installing the previous Driver to see if that was it.
My computer is an ASUS CG5275-AR003 running Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit and the graphic card is the Intel HD Graphics Card.
Right now I am able to login normally if I disable the Display Adpater or if I use the 'Standard VGA Display Adapter'.
How can I get my Intel HD Graphics Card to work again? Please help...