Apparently some guy (not on this fourm) said it was a driver issue? Because when I put my other graphics card in it works fine. But when i place the Gigabyte GTX 560 non ti it goes haywire. There are literally white lines, artifacts ridden across the screen. Also, I can't get any further than the "Windows is starting" then i get a BSOD, or a pure black, blank screen. And then, I go into a safe mode. And every thing is working out just fine, ( i get past the account selection screens, no bsods, no blank screens.) BUT my screen resolution is poor. I checked the 'dxdiag' and it is NOT reading the graphics card at all. So then, I uninstalled the Drivers for the 560 and restarted. This time, I go passed the selection screen (Note I AM NOT IN SAFE MODE ANYMORE) So, I decided to reinstall the GTX 560 drivers. Which I install, from the Gigabyte website. (Also tried drivers from the Nvidia.) When it asks for restart, I click restart now. Then, when I do this, my problem rises, I begin to get artifacts like crazy and I get blank screens before account selection screen. Sometimes bsod, like mentioned above. So, is this problem the driver?? Because the when the GTX 560 is in, with no driver, I don't need to go into safe mode anymore and everything is okay BUT the 560 isn't being read. I'm on the default graphics [onboard].
It was odd, because it all of a sudden worked awhile back.