Ok...so I built my own rig about a month and a half ago, and so far so good. But this morning I fire it up and its at 800x600 resolution (normally 1920x1200) and doesn't recognize the graphics card. I tried reinstalling drivers, but even Nvidia says a card isn't present.
Oddly, I was in iTunes today and it tells me Quicktime no longer exists either...
At 11:30pm last night my computer was working fine. Before I shut down, I waited for a Steam auto update to finish installing, so that could be part of the problem.
When I boot up, the Nvidia product name etc does display briefly before the O/S load screen. ExtremeTuner doesn't load anymore either. The card is a Galaxy.
If there aren't any suggestions otherwise, tomorrow I'm pulling apart the rig and reinstalling the card - but since it does mention the card on boot and my screen is still working at a lesser quality (the hdmi is plugged into the card, not the mobo), along with Quicktime's disappearance, I feel like there's something else wrong...
Whoops - I used to have a signature with that. Ha - everything is going wrong. Sorry.
i5-2500k | Gigabyte Z68AP-D3 (only overclocked with the EasyTuner to 4.3ghz as I was blue screening when I manually got up to 4.5ghz) | Galaxy 560ti 448 core | 8gb Corsair Vengeance | Corsair 650tx PSU | Win7