Title says it all. I installed a GTX 770 today and can't use it. Windows installs a basic driver or whatever and when I go to install Nvidia's drivers, I get a message saying they can't detect my hardware or something like that and installation fails.
That's sage advice except I have no idea how to not let windows auto install drivers. As soon as the computer booted up, it installed all the generic drivers for USB, display, etc... IS there a way to have Windows not do that? Oh I see:
4. Boot Windows and don't let Windows install anything, use safe mode (F8 on boot) if it insists.
At any rate, I figured this out. Instead of using Nvidia's general software that tries to auto detect your hardware, I just downloaded the specific drivers for that card and installed. Everything is working peachy now, thanks guys.