I have a Toshiba Satellite L500 series laptop that I replaced the hard drive in. I used the recovery discs and returned the system to its out of box settings and installed a Webroot antivirus system and also installed Windows 10.
I had no problems with any of the project and the system seems to work beautifully except for one thing....
I have this permanent pop up box on my screen that reads as follows:
"SEARCHING FOR A DISPLAY DRIVER". "SCREEN RESOLUTION, PERFORMANCE, AND BATTERY LIFE MAY BE REDUCED UNTIL A COMPATIBLE DRIVER HAS FINISHED INSTALLING".
This box has been at the bottom center of my screen for three days and will not go away. I turn the system off in the evening thinking that this message box will be gone when I re-boot again in the morning, but to my surprise it is still there.
Can someone please tell me what this box means, and do I need to look for some kind of updated display driver, and if so, how do I go about doing that?