According to the discussions on the forum mentioned in the problem description, the
most reliable way to correct this problem is to reduce the display driver's hardware
acceleration to the 25% position.
Some people also suggest that you may be able to correct the problem by updating the
ATI display driver.
1. Adjust the graphics performance settings.
Use the Windows Start menu (usually lower left corner of the screen) to run
Then double-click the "System" icon. Choose the "Performance"
tab and then the "Graphics" button.
Adjust the "Hardware acceleration" slider to the "None" setting and
select "OK" for Graphics and then "OK" for System properties.
You'll probably have to reboot to get the new settings to take effect.
If this corrects your graphics problem, you can try intermediate settings of the
"Hardware acceleration" slider to see if there is a better setting that still
corrects the problem.
First, check to see if there is an updated display driver available for your display
adapter from the manufacturer. If this doesn't correct the problem, you can try
adjusting the graphics performance setting.
2. Check display adapter version.
To find out what display adapter and driver software your computer has, right-click on
the desktop and choose "Properties." Then select the "Settings"
tab and click the "Advanced" button. This will tell you you the adapter
and driver version. You can find out if there is a newer version of the driver by
visiting the adapter manufacturer's website at www.ati.com.