|Author: Lakshman yadav 21 May 2010 Member Level: Silver Points : 3 (Rs 1) Voting Score: 0|
One thing you can try in this case is that you download the new driver for your video card from the website and install it after removing the earlier one, Or it will bet better that you install fresh operating system again and then install the newly downloaded driver. Some times due to some damaged system file this type of problem arises. I have gone through these types of problem so many times.
|Author: Chirag Sachdeva 18 Jun 2010 Member Level: Gold Points : 3 (Rs 2) Voting Score: 0|
Your computer screen gets different colors of different resolution ii is because of the following reasons-
* Your Ram gets damaged.
* There is an bad sector in your display device processor which residue in memory.
* There is power supply problem also because due to surges and spikes sometimes little portion of hard-disk faces sudden faults.
* Might be it is due to Missing Display driver.
* All this are causes which are responsible for your problem.
|Author: subin joseph 06 Jul 2010 Member Level: Bronze Points : 2 (Rs 1) Voting Score: 0|
Does your hardware configuration meet the basic requirement of Windows 7 RC system? 1 GHz or faster 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor 1 GB RAM (32-bit) / 2 GB RAM (64-bit) 16 GB available disk space (32-bit) / 20 GB (64-bit) DirectX 9 graphics processor with WDDM 1.0 or higher driver. If so, I suspect that the issue is caused by the display driver. I suggest that you change the current Windows theme rather than Windows Aero. If the issue still occurs, please temporary uninstall the anti-virus. If the above suggestions do not help, please open Event Viewer, open the branch "Windows Logs\Application", pay attention to errors regarding Windows Explorer. There may be some clues.
|Author: Ashu Pachauri 18 Jul 2010 Member Level: Silver Points : 6 (Rs 5) Voting Score: 0|
Hi, I also got the same problem and inquired about it a lot. The reason I got was that the display software (display driver) keeps on updating the screen contents that are continually sent to your display adapter`s (the primary graphics adapter hardware`s) buffer, which in turn actually sends that screen contents to your monitor to display and clears its buffer, so that it can accept more data from the driver.
In turn, the display adapter sends a successful acknowledge signal to the operating system`s display driver so that it knows that the previous data is successfully displayed and new one can be sent.
If this acknowledge line is not set for some stipulated time, may be a refresh time or something, the operating system driver stops sending anymore screen updates to your display adapter. In such a case, the operating system reports that your driver is not responding.
The most probable reason is that your display adapter (VGA card) is dying. At such a stage, it responds slowly when you use graphics intensive applications. After sometime, the screen contents are wrongly displayed or not displayed at all.
It may be some operating system or virus based problem. You can try reformatting your system drive. If the problem persists, then your display adapter is actually dying and you should stop playing heavy games and poorly written 3-D applications, or you can just try changing your VGA card.
But, whatever you do, there is a piece of advice for everyone out here: Do not play games or 3-D applications that require more or exactly equal to the graphics configuration you have; this damages your graphics adapter.