Fable III has a black screen when the game restarts in the locker room.

I loaded Fable III, but the locker room screen was black. I went to Nvidia and downloaded the latest driver for the Ge Force 7800 GTX. I have Windows 7 with an Intel dual core & 4 GB Ram. I rebooted Fable III but I still have a black screen when the game restarts in the locker room. The internet shows that my CPU will launch the game. How can I solve this problem of black screen?
Thank you

Original title: Fable III problem

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Hello

Fable III is a graphically demanding game designed for next generation equipment. Your computer must have both a powerful CPU (processor) and a graphic chipset (video card). The video card must also be using the latest video card drivers for the highest level of performance and compatibility between your hardware and Fable III.

The issue is limited to Fable III for PC? Are you facing other than display issues when reading Fable III for PC?

You can view the following link to learn more about this:

Fable III for PC: video and required system configuration problems

http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/2547300

I hope that helps!

If you need help on this problem or any question of windows in the future let us know.

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