I'm having problems installing my graphics card. It is the GeForce FX 5900. Forgive my lack of description, but I've been up all night backing up files and attempting to figure this out. Anyway, here's the problem. After receiving my video card yesterday, I promptly installed it in my computer thrn I ran into a big problem, so I figure it was a driver issue. So, in order, this is what I did: 1. Went to Add/Remove and removed ALL Nividia programs. 2. Remove the hardware from Device Manager. 3. Boot up in Safe Mode and ran Driver Cleaner 3.1 to remove all Nividia drivers. 4. Ran CAB Cleaner. 5. Installed the latest drivers for the video card. 6. Reboot to Normal Startup. And then after restarting from that point, I can't seem boot up Windows. It clashes mid-way through the loading screen (black screen, then restarts itself). But oddly enough, I can reboot in Safe Mode with ease. I removed all drivers and restarted and now the problem is gone (enabling me to log on to Windows normally), however, without the drivers, things are sluggish. Obviously I need to update the drivers, but does anyone know what the problem is in specific? When I called Tech Support last night, I got the lazy response of reformatting my HDD. Is that really necessary? Couldn't I just reinstall Windows without the troublesome reformatting? It's a real pain in the bottom to save all my files, which I am doing as I type this up. Any suggestions would be great. Unfortunately, I already perform two installations. One overwriting the Windows folder and another on a freshly reformatted HDD. I encountered the same problem. Could someone aid me? Did I get yet another deflective card?