I recently upgraded my motherboard to the XFX geforce 8200 motherboard, switched over my old hard drives to the new case, and reinstalled windows XP. Everything was running fine until I decided to add a vid card. MOTHER BOARD: Geforce 8200 Vid Interface: PCIe2 Vid Card: GEforce 9800 Gt OS: WIndows XP Pro Here's what happened. I installed the vid card, plugged it in and booted up the computer. I get the bios screen and the windows loading bar and on the first occasion I got windows to load in it's absolute lowest resolution. So I installed the necessary drivers, it asked me to restart my computer, so I did. This time just after the windows loading bar, all I get is a blank screen. I know windows is loading because I can type in my password and hear it come on, I just can't see anything. I then resolved to take out the vid card, and reboot, and the system starts up and functions normally, but I can't do any gaming. I wiped clean all the old video drivers with Driver Sweeper. Got online, found the most recent driver set, installed that, installed directx 10, reinstalled my monitor drivers just for kicks. I also went into the bios and made sure that the PCIe 2 slot was set up as a video priority and made to recognize second generation cards. I then put the card back in, booted it up, and got that same black screen. I can get to windows in safe mode, which leads me to believe this is a definite driver problem. When I do get windows to load, not is safe mode, it is always at it's lowest resolution and when I go into control panel it doesn't recognize that the card is there, it also won't recognize my monitor or allow me to adjust the graphics settings to a higher resolution. Recently I redownloaded the latest driver for the card from the Nvidia Website and installed it, now I consistently get a black screen instead of the Windows logon. Can anyone help me out here?