Posted 13 October 2012 - 12:44 PM
I am doubting this would be the issue but... I've had a little trouble with graphics cards in the past where I had to go in and uninstall any other display that was listed to make sure it was trying to use the right one. I remember the first time I ever got a new graphics card... I installed it correctly, drivers and all, and made sure my monitor was plugged into it instead of the pc and I had big problems with how things looked. I don't remember Exactly what I did but I know I had to uninstall or at least manually tell it NOT to use the on-board graphics. Perhaps, just perhaps it was a conflict such as that where the computer was trying to connect with on-board graphics OR your previous card. I think I'd check in device manager and disable to uninstall any graphics you are not using. I don't remember if that was all I had to do or if I had to change anything in bios or anything like that. I think device manager is where I would start though. Not entirely sure.
Glad you got it looking good now.