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Check the disk for scratchs and scuffs. It sounds like your disk has been damanged. If you have access to a computer with a CD burner you might try to make a copy of your disk, sometimes even a damanged disk can be copied. If this works, then use the copied disk in the computer to install XP. If not you will need a new XP disk.
Sounds like you need to install a video driver. If you have a video card separate from the mother board, look up the card and download drivers for it. Alternatively, you may be able to use the Windows Update tool to autodetect the driver.
If the video card is on the motherboard, look up the motherboard's model number on the manufacturer's website as they should have drivers there.
Finally, look back at the disks you got with your computer, often there is a "drivers disk" which you can reload the driver with.
You need to download new video drivers from the computer manufacturer or go to Windows Update and let windows update all your hardware drivers. When windows finishes searching for drivers it will give you the choice of express or custom. Click on custom and look in the left pane. choose Hardware, Oprional. Download and install the selected drivers. Reboot the laptop and reset your video options.
assuming that u r a professional.. i guess there is no problem with ur monitor, it sounds like itz due to graphic adapter..either the adapter on ur system main/mother board/agp/pci/pcie is damaged or itz simply 'driver corruption'.. don't panic..check for driver update/download n reinstall graphic/display driver.. however, 1st make sure that the Screen Resolution (1024x768 or as applicable) and Color Quality (32 bit or as applicable) is correct..from Display Settings->Settings tab.. always better to contact system admin/vendor....