Faulty driver or something else?

Hi I recently upgraded my computer's graphics card from a Asus GTS 250 to a Asus GTX 560, my problem is that everytime I boot my computer my screen would have random red lines everywhere and the resolution is set on the lowest like theres no driver installed, I have to restart the computer when I'm on windows login then after restarting the computer everything would be fine, no fuzzy red lines and my resolution is back to 1920x1080 again, this never happened before on my GTS 250 could this be the driver or something else? i tried installing and uninstalling the driver but its still the same :??:
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  1. Click on Start and run Windows Memory Diagnostic. Check for RAM errors. After you have completed the test give post the results here.

    Cheers
  2. Gate9er said:
    Click on Start and run Windows Memory Diagnostic. Check for RAM errors. After you have completed the test give post the results here.

    Cheers


    alright I got it running now and I will post the results when its done :)
  3. Gate9er said:
    Click on Start and run Windows Memory Diagnostic. Check for RAM errors. After you have completed the test give post the results here.

    Cheers


    Here are the results:

    - System

    - Provider

    [ Name] Microsoft-Windows-MemoryDiagnostics-Results
    [ Guid] {5F92BC59-248F-4111-86A9-E393E12C6139}

    EventID 1101

    Version 0

    Level 4

    Task 0

    Opcode 0

    Keywords 0x8000000000000000

    - TimeCreated

    [ SystemTime] 2013-02-19T05:08:08.783600000Z

    EventRecordID 66911

    Correlation

    - Execution

    [ ProcessID] 5048
    [ ThreadID] 5056

    Channel System

    Computer Owen-PC

    - Security

    [ UserID] S-1-5-18


    - UserData

    - Results

    LaunchType Manual

    CompletionType Pass

    MemorySize 4095

    TestType 10

    TestDuration 726

    TestCount 12

    NumPagesTested 1047339

    NumPagesUnTested 1123

    NumBadPages 0

    T1NumBadPages 0

    T2NumBadPages 0

    T3NumBadPages 0

    T4NumBadPages 0

    T5NumBadPages 0

    T6NumBadPages 0

    T7NumBadPages 0

    T8NumBadPages 0

    T9NumBadPages 0

    T10NumBadPages 0

    T11NumBadPages 0

    T12NumBadPages 0

    T13NumBadPages 0

    T14NumBadPages 0

    T15NumBadPages 0

    T16NumBadPages 0
  4. As far as I can see there are no errors with your RAM. Just for clarification, the program should had automatically popped up the result after the test had finished and your computer logged onto windows, saying if errors or no errors were found. Did you see that result?
  5. Gate9er said:
    As far as I can see there are no errors with your RAM. Just for clarification, the program should had automatically popped up the result after the test had finished and your computer logged onto windows, saying if errors or no errors were found. Did you see that result?

    no I didn't, I had to look for the results in the "Event viewer" after it booted. :??:
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