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No Full screen and failing display driver

1st thing: Fullscreen
When trying to watch videos on the internet, I press the fullscreen button or link and on my screen (instead of what I was watching), two triangles (one in each corner making a square cut in half diagonally top right to bottom left both a different colour) shows up. I have a Radeon HD 3450 Graphics card and a Flatron W2234s monitor. What's going on?

2nd: Failing Driver
I know my driver is capable of displaying the graphics of the games I am playing, however when I am playing the games the screen goes black and the game shuts down and a message comes up saying "Display Driver has failed/stopped working". I am running windows vista, I have ATI Catalyst Control Center. I have also tried to update my friver but it says I have the most recent update.

Hopefully someone has an answer, would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks

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I recommend you to download and install a fresh driver from ati website there might be some files missing in the vga driver

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