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Blank screen installing fresh Unity on Windows unable to proceed

Discussion in 'Editor & General Support' started by Edgars-Adamovics, Dec 7, 2017.

  1. Edgars-Adamovics

    Edgars-Adamovics

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    I have been getting blank screen after I install Unity latest build unable to create any new projects or even see log in screen... Once I launch Unity a splash screen hangs on for like 2-3 minutes which seems really long.. So I am not sure what its doing in background is it checking my existing projects or something else but that seems excessive time...

    Splash screen
    Screenshot 2017-12-07 10-14-45.jpg

    Blank Screen once the Splash Screen Disappears I am unable to load any project or navigate anywhere unless I exclusively click on scene file

    Screenshot 2017-12-07 10-17-43.jpg

    Very frustrating when you trying to get any work done....
     
  2. Peter77

    Peter77

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  3. Edgars-Adamovics

    Edgars-Adamovics

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    Thank s for letting me know I shall try that out... I am surprised that this is happening looking around the google this has been issue for very long time... Its strange that Unity team has not addressed this really doesn't help with user experience