How to Overcome the “Spray” Windows Display

The “flat” screen display as shown above occurs because the VGA (Video Graphics Array) graphics card driver does not work properly, usually because the driver has not been installed or the driver is corrupt. Generally occurs shortly after reinstalling Windows.

Computer drivers are systems that connect hardware with operating systems such as Windows so that they can interact smoothly and optimally.

To fix this, you need to install or reinstall the VGA Driver. There are various ways that can be done, such as using the computer’s built-in Driver CD, installing drivers manually by only downloading compatible VGA drivers to the easiest way to use the Driver Pack.

For example, we will try to fix the problem using the Driver Pack. The Driver Pack will analyze which device components do not have the Driver so that it automatically performs the installation according to the brand and type of device installed. Driver Pack can also update drivers if the driver version you are using is not the latest version.

Here’s how to install the Driver Pack to solve the “flat” Windows display problem:

1. Download Driver Pack Solution.

2. Run Driver Pack installation.

3. Tick Run In the Expert Mode.

This method is useful for preventing applications that are carried in installation packages such as Opera Browser, Avast Antivirus and others from installing together with the Driver Pack.

4. After that the Drivers page will appear, check Video Card then click Install all.

5. Wait for the installation to complete. After that the Driver Pack will restart the computer automatically. After restarting your computer screen display may be normal.

If this method doesn’t work, you can download the driver manually by searching for it through a search engine such as Google using the keyword brand and VGA type. You can also go through the official website of the VGA manufacturer.

Hopefully this method can make your Windows computer look normal again. If it fails, there is a possibility that your VGA is physically damaged and needs to be replaced.