I am hoping this is the right place to post this... first time here. Anyways... I am having problems with my video card, but first a little bit of a background. I just upgraded my PC, I knew that I had to go the whole nine yards when upgrading the CPU so I went all out and upgraded the Processor, Motherboard, RAM and Power Supply. I left my graphics card the same, as I didn't see a need to replace that at the time, as I was (and still am) using a Nvidia 9600GT. I installed everything in my old case, formatted my windows 7 OS to get a clean boot. When I finished this and started the computer everything was working fine, including video as the default driver windows installed was the Nvidia GeForce 9600GT (Microsoft Corporation - WDDM v1.1) my games were running fine, I had to install PhysX drivers but aside from that everything ran fine until I started getting some graphical errors. Nothing major, but I would tab out while playing Mass Effect 2 for example and the background image was stretched. I decided to upgrade to the latest video card driver. This is where the problems started. I downloaded the driver, started the installation but it only got part of the way through it before the video went black and I got a dos prompt cursor. I had seen this before, no big deal but it didn't continue with the installation. I left the computer for half an hour, came back to the same thing which ended in me having to reboot, go to safe mode, uninstall the driver back to the default and try again. Same problems again and again and again with different driver versions, downloaded from different sites. The only one that seemed to work, was the ones from EVGA. I could boot to windows after the install (and it actually finished installing) but then the computer would hang, completely after a few minutes at best. Now I am literally about ready to pull my own hair out so I hope someone here can help me.