Black screen after login on Satellite L350-20 q (normal mode)

My Satellite L350-20 q running Vista Basic.
After the connection, which is normal, I'm going to the arrow then turning to a permanent black screen when I start in normal mode.
In safe mode, I have a normal behavior and I can work. No malware present a Spybot report. But my Avast antivirus is doesn't seem to work in safe mode.
Do you have an idea about this problem?

A colleague advised me to update my graphics driver which is currently version 06/12/2008 Intel Corporation 7.15.10.I502 for Mobile Intel 4 series express chipset family. What is the URL and the name of the file to download the latest driver?

Post edited by: normal mode of nigelle added to the title.

On this virtual path, it is not easy to say what the problem is here. I don't know since when you have this strange problem but if possible, try to roll back the OS to an earlier time until she starts to happen. Use the System Restore tool to do this.

I don't know what is the seriousness of this problem may be but and if the display driver installation can help. To be honest I don't think. My advice to you is to back up all your important data and install OS again using recovery image installation. After doing this you will have factory again and everything will be OK.

By the way: I think that this old notebook is supported for Win7. A long time ago I ve installed Win7 32 bit on L300 and there HERE perfectly. Much better than the original Vista OS.

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