OK, my Dad's PC hard drive broke down. So, he took it to be repaired. The technician said he couldn't save all of my Dad's data, but he could save most of it. Anyway, after reinstalling some programs, my Dad bought 1 GB of DDR RAM to improve his PC's speed. Gamers worked fine, though rather slow as usual...
But then one day, he was going to happily play a game that he's been playing for years. Then suddenly, out of the blue, the screen turned black!
It popped up the following dialog box:
"The vtdisp display driver has stopped working normally. Save your work and reboot the system to full display functionality."
Unfortunately, the same thing happened again when he tried to play the same game AFTER he rebooted his system. He even tried other games and the same thing happened. Internet graphic images still worked though. I am asking you one thing:
PLEASE HELP ME!!!