Question Windows 10 goes black after every few seconds

yashdsingh2004

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Help me guys.
I don't know how it started but my pc screen goes black after every few seconds.
Also, some of the icons vanish from desktop.
Though I am able to use my pc in a limited state (which is shown in last part the video), I have to end my explorer.

I have also changed hard drives to check if there is a problem of cables but my previous hard drive works properly.
Please help as this contains very important files (and very large ones)
 

yashdsingh2004

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Specs :-
Desktop
Windows 10 Pro
Processor - Intel(R) Core (TM) i3 @ 3.07 GHz
Ram - 4 gb
Hard Disk - Seagate Skyhawk 2Tb
Bios mode - Legacy
Motherboard - Intel DH55PJ Series

Here are a bit more problems which I encountered.
I can only run pc by ending explorer through task manager and then using Run to use some commands.
When I try to run settings from this pc, it gets hanged.
Whenever I try to run any media file, it doesn't run.

Here is the video
View: https://youtu.be/AoS-5FgT-78

Please help
 

onespeedbiker

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Since task manager is not blinking, then it's likely an incompatible app/program. I would do a clean boot https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/929135/how-to-perform-a-clean-boot-in-windows if you can't run msconfig boot to safe mode. If a cold boot stops the flickering, go back to the msconfig windows start tab and start adding programs (I usually check 3-4 at a time) and when the flickering starts, concentrate on the programs you just added.
 
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Try to boot to safe mode and see if the problem continues.

How to boot to safe mode:
Open the start menu, press the power button, and press restart while holding shift. After that, you will see a menu. Press the troubleshoot button, and then press the advanced options button. Then, press the startup settings button, and press restart. After the restart press either 4, 5, or 6. Then you will boot into the safe mode.
 

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