Could a faulty adaptor or inappropriate plugged adaptor cause this problem as well? This morning when the screen was corrupted, I tried to unplug the adaptor and replug and to my surprise the screen was no longer corrupted but I did recieve a error stating:
"VPU Recover has reset your graphics accelerator as it was no longer responding to graphics driver commands. Please tell ATI technologies about this".
Follow by a Don't Send Report and Send Report button below it.
The computer seems to be fine after