Hi! I'm not sure about the answer, but I tried to do your problem. Here's my solution:
First, take the square root of both sides to get +- x^2 = 2i. Then, you will get two cases:
Case #1; x^2 = 2i: We take the square root of both sides of the equation x^2 = 2i to get +- x = 1 + i. Thus, x can be either 1 + i or -1 - i in this case.
Case #2; -x^2 = 2i: We move the terms in the equation around to get x^2 = -2i. Then, taking the square root of both sides, we get
+-x = 1 - i. Therefore, this case yields the solutions x = 1 - i and x = -1 + i.
In the end, all of the complex numbers z such that z^4 = -4 are 1 + i, -1 -i, 1 - i, and -1 + i.