Question about Computers & Internet
Seems like a virus or so messed with your display drivers :
Reboot and start your computer in safe mode (by pressing F8 at boot)
When in safe mode, go to your control panel and add/remove programs and remove your nvidia/ati drivers from there, it will resolve the display problem but not your virus problem, for this one, you'll have to make a complete scan with a good antivirus like Antivir or Avast (they're free), and the best would be to scan in safe mode also
Hope it helped
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