Out of Range Issue

My system is: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16883241004, and my graphics card is an integrated NVIDIA GeForce 7050.
The problem started after I updated my driver through http://www.nvidia.com/Download/Scan.aspx?lang=en-us. After it found my graphics card, I installed the update.
Now, when my computer is shutting down or turning on (including the log-in screen), my monitor displays an "Out of Range" error. After I blindly log in, the monitor blinks off, then back on to its regular display. Any suggestions?
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  1. Has anyone ever encountered a similar problem? Additionally, Oblivion will not run now. When I click it, it starts to open, flashes to a black screen, then crashes to desktop.
  2. Best solution would be to rollback to the previous driver, the new driver definitely seems to have issues. Find your Geforce 7050 in the device manager, it should be under display adapter, right click on it, select properties, go to the driver tab and click on rollback driver. That should fix the problem.
  3. i have to same problem. i have to start my pc up with me old 1998 monitor edit the hertz settings to work my lcd.

    my lcd will go blue soon as it starts up. my pc dont save the hertz settings. i have a nvidia ge force 6150 le. and i have searched high and low for a solution to it. 9/10 people have a nvidia on bored graphics cards.

    so must be the latest driver making this problem. i reformated my hard drive so i can not rollback. we would be best of just geting a new graphics card
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