BUMP! Same issue.
BUMP Exact same problem.
You must take the necessary steps to prevent/delay Microsoft automatically changing/install different drivers. You must also disconnect from the internet when installing new AMD drivers. Do not re-connect until you are finished and have rebooted your computer. Clean Install AMD Graphics Drivers
Depending on what Win10 version you have...ie. Home/Pro/Enterprise...use the corresponding method to disable this Microsoft feature How to delay feature updates in Windows 10 - gHacks Tech News
I will try to do this today and update if successful.
I did it and it didn't help me, the black screen shows up when the install is on 40%.
It can be a burn/bad GPU or memory of the graphics card?
I mean, how can I check if my graphics card is working and be sure this something else and not the graphics card?
Or because the graphics card is working without a driver, it means it must be good?
Ty for helping!
Again, sorry for my English!
asdfjklcolon if it works for you please inform me.