If your PS5 is experiencing a black screen after the logo, don’t panic! You may have accidentally triggered a power-saving mode or there may be something wrong with your console. The good news is that it’s easy to get back up and running, no matter what happened. Here are five steps we’ve found helpful in troubleshooting this issue:
Disconnect PlayStation Camera
- Turn off your console and unplug it from power.
- Unplug all peripherals (such as headsets, controllers, etc.) that are connected to your PS5.
- Remove the PlayStation Camera from its port on the front of the PS5. If you’re not sure where this is located exactly, check out our guide on how to connect a camera to your PS4!
- Plug in your headset back into the jack at the top of your controller and turn it back on by pressing down on its power button once more
Perform A Hard Reset On PS5
The first thing you should try is a hard reset on the PS5 by pressing the power button for 15 seconds. Hold the power button down until the console powers off. Do not turn off the PS5 by unplugging it, as this will clear any temporary issues with your PS5. Also, make sure it’s completely powered down before following these steps.
Now, press both buttons again and wait for everything to start up again. Hopefully, this worked!
- Unplug the console’s power cord from the electrical outlet.
- Wait for 10 seconds before plugging it back in.
- Turn on your PS5 and see if you can get a picture now
Turn Off Your Console and Unplug It From Power
You can turn off your console by pressing the PS button on your controller to bring up the home menu, then selecting [Settings] -> [Power Save Settings]. If you’re using a PlayStation 4 Pro or Slim, follow these steps:
- Select Turn Off PS4 Automatically and choose an option from the drop-down menu.
- Select When Inactivity Is Detected, and choose how much time passes before your console automatically turns itself off.
- Press Exit to save your settings and exit. You can also use this method to turn off any other connected devices connected via HDMI cable (such as a TV). To do this, go into Settings -> Sound & Screen -> Audio Output Settings -> Headphones/Outputs, select Set Default Device for Headphones/Outputs and make sure it’s set to “TV” (or whatever device is connected via HDMI). This way, when you unplug from power – both when turning off and turning on – it will send an audio signal through that device instead of sending it through speakers connected directly with HDMI cables.
How do you fix a stuck PS5 on a black screen?
It’s always a bummer when your PS5 gets stuck on a black screen. But don’t worry—we’ve got you covered. Here are some quick fixes that should get you back in the game in no time:
1. Try unplugging and replugging your controller—this is usually the most reliable way to get around this kind of problem.
2. If that doesn’t work, try turning off your TV, then turning it back on again while holding down the power button on your PS5 for 10 seconds. (Make sure you hold down the power button until the console shuts off completely.) Then plug everything back in and power up again as normal.
3. If that still doesn’t work, try holding down both triggers on the controller for 10 seconds before plugging everything back in and powering up again as usual.
4. If none of these fixes work, turn off your PS5 completely by holding down both triggers on your controller for 10 seconds until it powers down completely (make sure you hold down the triggers until it shuts off). Then plug everything back in.
How do I fix my PS5 not displaying on my TV?
First, check to see if your HDMI cable is firmly connected to both the TV and the console. If it isn’t, or if there is any kind of physical damage to either part of the connection, you may need to replace that component.
Next, check if your TV has a setting for “game mode” or something similar. If so, turn it on and see if this helps resolve the issue.
If these steps don’t work, try switching HDMI inputs on your TV until you find an input that works with your PS5.
Why is my Playstation stuck on a black screen?
If your Playstation is stuck on a black screen, the problem may be with your hardware. There are a few things you can try to fix this issue:
- Power off your Playstation and unplug it from the wall, then plug it back in. Make sure to wait 5 minutes before turning it back on.
- Restart your Playstation and make sure you have updated all of the necessary firmware.
- Check if there is any dust in the disc drive by wiping it out using a dry cloth.
How do I troubleshoot the black screen of death?
The black screen of death can be caused by a variety of issues, so it’s important to troubleshoot the problem on your own. Here are some steps you can take to get back up and running:
1. Check if there is any dust on your computer or in the fan
2. Open up your computer’s case and check that all cables are connected properly and not damaged
3. Look at all fans to make sure they are spinning correctly; if one is not working, replace it immediately
We hope that this article has given you some insight into how to fix the PS5 black screen after logo. We also understand how frustrating and annoying it can be when your console is not working, but don’t worry! There are a number of ways to troubleshoot this problem so hopefully one of them will work for you. If all else fails then we recommend contacting Sony support who may be able to give advice on what steps they would take next in order to fix this issue.