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Full screen display driver keeps failing

I don't know what motherboard, also when I go to adobe.com it freezes on my computer.

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Right click on desktop,select properits,settings, chk the following visible/not? 256 colrs,16 bit high,Trueclr 24bit.
if 3 r visible u can adjust u r screen area 1024x768

try &tell me

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My display drivers keep failing the my computer freezes. it goes completely black then comes back again. Amd drivers installed.


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It's either a loose connection from the motherboard to the video-display, or a partially-broken video-display, or the video-adapter in your motherboard.

Connect an external monitor -- if it looks OK when the internal LCD is "wavy", then your computer is fine.

But, since your say "happens to both screens", the most-likely problem is the video-adapter, which usually means that you will have to get COMPAQ to replace the motherboard.

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Your display problem may be in the graphics controller on the motherboard. It might also be in the display itself, which contains a lot electronics. Yet another possibility is that the system is freezing up completely, and the white screen is the result.

Since it takes a while for the screen to go white, the trouble is most likely due to something heating up. I've fixed a lot of laptops that freeze up because the processor chip overheats. Sometimes it's because the fan isn't working, or the screws holding the fan assembly down work loose.

Hook up an external monitor to the laptop for testing. You might need to enable the external VGA connector with a function key before you'll see anything. If the motherboard is freezing up, the external monitor will quit as well when the laptop display goes white. If the computer keeps working normally with the external monitor, though, you know the trouble is in the graphics circuitry or display.

Unfortunately, it's hard to say for sure whether the motherboard or display is at fault. My experience has been that a completely blank display is usually a motherboard failure, but not always. Failures in the display itself usually cause lines or other problems with the image, but you still see something.

Replacement motherboards are often available at reasonable prices, but displays often are not. You may want to take this computer to a service shop and let them figure it out and give you a repair estimate. That way you won't wind up buying a part that may be costly and not fix the trouble.

I hope this helps you decide what to do. Thanks for using Fixya!

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than your computer cannot supprt full screen movies..

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My Msi 865gm2 motherboard won't complete loading windows (any)


1.switch on your computer and press F8 to enter in safe mode of your XP
2. rightclick mycomputer,then properties,then hardware,then device manager, double click on the
display adapter
3. right click on the display adapter and uninstall it or disable it.
4. double click on sound & volume and controller, right click on the sound devices and uninstall it or
diable it.
5. restart your computer..
6. now your system will enter into Windows XP and it will detect your hardwares, if it ask for the drivers
just cancell it till your desktop screen appears...
7. uninstall the driver softwares which you have installed before for the display and sound devices...

download your required configuration drivers from the given link.

http://www.lostmydrivers.com/mainboard-drivers-and-utilities-drivers/msi/

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this site
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Hello, I've Previously had this problem while using both the onboard and an extra pci videocard. The easiest way for me to fix it was usually going to the hardware manager, removing all drivers for all video devices, turning off the computer. Then when it is back on, do not let it reinstall the drivers, instead make sure your intel chipset has the newest drivers, if it does, then make sure the intel video card drivers are installed and working properly, then move onto the pci videocards drivers.

In this order, CHIPSET, ONBOARD VIDEO, ADDON VIDEO CARD (Is you use one). Reboot between each one to ensure the settings save.

Another strange problem i have every now and then, is that when i use an image (VERY LARGE IMAGE) as my desktop, the settings for the onboard intel "forget" themselfs, They just, stop, and the card always starts in 8bit mode with the lowest screen size. Changing the background image for my login page(NOT WELCOME SCREEN, ONLY LOGIN PAGE BACKGROUND) it continued to remember settings.

Other than this, the intel driver uses a dom+ service on the windows machine to read/write settings, if you have disabled dom+ or any of its dependencies, you may not be able to use the intel driver set.

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Hi, It is possible that the CD ROM Drive is failing when the system hangs at this screen. You could disconnect the drive and see if it powers up all the time without fail. Also check all other IDE cable connections from the motherboard to the hard drive and any other drives as there may be a loose one etc.

Make sure you will not be voiding any warranty you may have with the machine before you do this.

Please ask if you need any help with this, and let me know how you go.
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