Black Screen of Death

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Black Screen of Death

A Windows 95 error that causes the computer to lock up, and the screen turns black. The solution is to reboot. See Blue Screen of Death and Red Ring of Death.
References in classic literature ?
A black screen was drawn across his mirror of inner vision, and fancy lay in a darkened sick-room where entered no ray of light.
Very certainly in the neighborhood of the moon, and even near enough for her to look to them like an enormous black screen upon the firmament.
Fatwa received 18 international awards, the latest of which was the Best Actress Award that Tunisian artist Ghalia Benali received at the Ecrans Noir (Black Screen) Film Festival in Cameroon.
Instead of the black screen, users will now be able to see a flash icon.
Hong Kong, China, February 27, 2019 --(PR.com)-- Joyoshare Studio, a creative and dedicated multimedia software developer, has recently announced a new release for its iOS utility, Joyoshare UltFix, to give a hand to fix iOS system issues in various possible situations, such as an iPhone stuck in recovery mode, black screen, iPhone no service, etc.
When users tried to access the ministry website, a black screen appeared displaying images of Zoubi with a message accusing Lebanon of mistreating Syrian refugees.
Complementing the thin black screen is the new elegantly crafted black front cover and sound centre, stressing that the TV is greater than the sum of its parts and designed to integrate exquisitely with your lifestyle.
Apple advised people to look away or mute their sound if they have anxiety or hate jumpscares when they see the telltale volume sign being turned down on top of a black screen.
Many users did not want to see the black screen in their living rooms when the TV was off.
The Magic Screen transforms the black screen into a stylish screen that blends into your home and your lifestyle.
It is all because of a 20-second "disruptive" advert, to launch on Friday and continue for 10 days, has been created by Samsung "to remind the public that their TV is simply a boring black screen for 90% of the time".