Blue screen A51p on change of display mode.

First of all, this problem occurred a few weeks ago and has gradually deteriorated. I now can run only the pc in 4-bit resolution - 640 x 480 min, adjustment, otherwise Blue computer screens immediately. I am running windows XP that has all the latest patches, the Bios is up to date and I tried to update the other drivers, but get different errors.

Blue error screen

Stop: 0x0000008E (oxc0000005, 0x077440c3, 0xae7c7474, 0x000000)

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Hey Bluehomeuser,

try to uninstall the driver for graphics card. go to http://support.lenovo.com and download the drivers for your device.

as it had happened a few weeks ago, a new software has been installed on your device?

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