Just recently I figured it would be a good idea to update my drivers for my graphics card's drivers. During the installation, the resolution went smaller than the normal size. I figured it would fix itself with a reboot so I restarted the computer. When I restarted the computer, it said the resolution was 1920 x 1080 when it was actually 1700 x 1000 or something. I went to look up something on the Internet and I got these blue vertical lines all across the screen and the computer froze, so I restarted it. When i restarted it, the resolution then went to 640 x 480. I did a few other things and I thought my only option was a system restore. I restored my computer to a date before I touched the drivers and everything was fine for a night. Then I started the computer the next day and went on the Internet for maybe 15 minutes. Then, out of nowhere, I got those vertical lines across the whole screen, but they were green this time. When I restarted the computer, the graphics were messed up. Most of the screen was normal in startup, but certain sections were discolored and very pixelated. For example, half of the HP logo was messed up and half of the Microsoft logo was messed up. It looked like the graphics were messed up right up and down the screen. When I say that, I mean right down the middle of the screen, the left side was fine, but pieces on the right side was messed up. I can't get into windows normally, because it crashes and restarts itself. When I go in safe mode, all the color is messed up, and the resolution is like 640 x 480. Sorry for blabbering so much, but I really could use some help. Thank you in advance.