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This has never happened to me, but I googled the problem and found what may be a solution HERE. I hope it helps (I don't know if it will ). If it doesn't, there's a techie not too far from me who I can go and ask
PS As a warning, the guide is a bunch of tech babble that I don't understand. Not very helpful actually... I'll go ask a techie
Last edited by cocogirl211; 12-26-2011 at 09:33 PM.. Reason: edit
I googled the problem as well.
I'm not super good with tech, but I can follow most of it.
All the top answers at various sites point to a driver issue.
It might be an installation or corruption error.
Chances are it is your display or graphics driver because its showing up no matter what you do, not just when doing a specific thing.
The solution is to download a new driver to your computer from this website: Ati Drivers Download - Ati
You most likely need to install drivers. Windows 7 will give you some defaults ones. You are most likely missing some including the ATI drivers which are part of the Catalyst Control Center. The 3" black screen is most likely due to not being able to set your resolution high enough to fill the screen.
Go to ATI.com download the full driver for your card and OS.
I'd try that and see if it works.
Or you can contact a computer repair place (if you call computer repair stores or visit them they won't usually charge you anything unless they actually look at your computer).
Maybe If This issue dosen't resolve, You could resort to the best buy "geeks" they fix ALL problems best of all its free!
That's a good suggestion!
I wanted to add on to this that they're only free with certain situations.
If you have a repair warranty with them its free, and even then it depends on the problem with your computer.
They will however talk to you for free, but if you want them to look at/fix your computer it usually costs you something.
Again, depending on the situation.
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