Question about HP Pavilion ZV5000, ZV6000, ZX5000 Series 12 Cell Li-Ion Battery - DP390A (DP390A1) CD-ROM Drive
My problem is whenever I try to download games or play existing games, my screen goes all scrambled and I can't see anything, so I have to turn my computer off. If the game loads in a minimized version, I can play, but as soon as I try to maximize it, the screen scrambles again. I've been having this annoying problem since my boyfriend borrowed my computer and his brother messed with the display to put it on his TV. Please help! Thanks!
Are you running a Windows OS?
If so, it is possible when your boyfriend used your laptop with a TV he may have changed the resolution settings. This may cause a compatibility issue when loading certain programs or games.
I suggest navigating to your Display properties through the Control Panel. Click on the advanced tab and change the resolution. This may be labeled as "Desktop Size." Try increasing the resolution (or adding "more" Desktop Size).
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