Sounds like there is something corrupt, could a graphics driver or could be a Windows file.
Personally I would use a Windows XP CD to boot up & then select to go in to the recovery console. From there run chkdsk /r
If there are any Windows files found to be corrupt it should repair them. This can take a while, but it may sort it out.
find out when it starting happening and use system restore back to a day or two before it.
I agree more with the video settings issue - certainly the easier thing to fix and change - try the simple solutions first! knock the res down - maybe even re istall the video driver / replace it with a more up to date one - Oh - and do it the long hand way - i.e don't reinstall, uninstall and make sure it has gone , reboot, - to the extent that windows wont go and automatically reinstall the same one again - so you can install a clean new driver. try this before changing h/d or anything more complicated
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