New graphics card, blue screen

I just recently bought a Palit GTS 250 1GB. I installed the card, started up my computer fine. Installed the drivers on the CD, then when I restarted I got a blue screen after windows loaded, that said "Physical memory dump." So I reverted back to the last known functioning settings, then downloaded and installed the latest drivers off of Nvidia. After restart I got the same blue "physical memory dump" blue screen. I'm 99.9% sure I got a card that is fully compatible with my system. Also, after I restart it tells me to reinstall the drivers, but same issue. Any help would be awesome! -Jake

Coreduo 2.4 800mz E46000
DDR2 667 (2GB)
Asus P5LD2 R2.0 MB
Antec Sonata 3 500w supply (+12v is 17A, -12v is 17A)
Windows XP
Palit GTS 250 1GB graphics card
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  1. Did you uninstall prevous video card drivers?
    IF not uninstall previous drivers. Then run Driver Sweeper.

    Follow instructions. Remove drivers.ReBoot in safe mode no network and run driversweeper.
    Reboot and install new driver.
  2. First, thanks for your response. I did not uninstall the old drivers. How do I find and unistall the old drivers with the new ones installed?
  3. reinstall old card and boot computer.
    Click Start ,Settings,Control pannel.
    Click "Add Remove Programs.
    Find the old drivers and uninstall.
    when it prompts for reboot click yes.
    reboot in safe mode and run driver sweeper.
    do not reboot. Shut down computer and install new card.
    Start computer and install new drivers for new card.
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