Ok so my old vid card crapped out and I had to replace it. Np or so I thought. I bought the XFX Radeon HD 4650 (on the box it also says "AGP 8x" and "1GB DDR2"). I get the thing home, remove the old video card and it's drivers, then install the new one, and as soon as I install the drivers for the new card my computer won't start. It takes about 8-15 reboots in order to get past the black screen. I have uninstalled the drivers, cleaned them in safe mode, restarted again for good measure and then reinstalled the drivers from the disk. I have tried this same procedure several times, I have tried using the drivers from the XFX website, but according to them the card is too new and therefore the most recent drivers are not yet compatible with it. I have a 450watt Mushkin PS, motherboard is an ASUS A7N8X2.0, Processor AMD Athlon XP 2800+ MMX 3D Now ~2.1GHz, 2048MB Ram, and I'm running Win XP Pro. The place I bought the card from has replaced the card itself once, so I know that is not the problem. There is a message when you install the drivers from the disk that basically says it was never tested with windows and they don't know if it's all that stable...I have contacted XFX, they say the drivers are fine with windows. So now here I sit, I have tried everything you can think of. When I bought this video card I made sure it was compatible with the motherboard because I know that my computer is a few years old (my bf built it a few years ago for gaming). I have installed the video card correctly, bf was watching me and he's the one who builds our computers. The place I bought the card from basically says "bring in the computer and pay us to make it work for you". Does anyone know what is wrong?