That points to a hardware issue. There is some hope it's just the LCD (still a hardware issue) and you can test for that by using an external display.
If the BIOS and external still show the triple display, I'd swap out the motherboard.
Hi, last night I was using my computer, playing guild wars 2. I wasnt actually doing anything graphically intensive at the time.
Suddently the game froze with a wierd visual image and went to a BSOD.
Afterwords on restart, I am experiencing a somewhat triplicate version of my LCD screen. This triplication is present in bios on boot and it is difficult to read.
If I do a standard boot the system crashes when windows attempts to load.
Booting in safe mode does work with the triplicate screen.
I tried reinstalling my graphics card driver in safe mode, but it fails to detect hardware.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Im not sure if this is a hardware or driver problem.
Windows 7 64 bit
i7 1.6 ghz
ATI mobility radeon 4570