Hey guys,\n\nI've been running Vista Business 64-bit for a few weeks now. It's been a\nmostly good experience for me, with very few complaints. In fact, I've\ndecided that most of the whining about Vista is totally unfounded.\n\nI have now, however, run into my first killer problem. I have been using an\nNVIDIA Geforce 6200 card, but recently bought an XFX 8600GT. I take out my\n6200, slip in the 8600, turn my computer on. I see the BIOS screen,\neverything looks fine, but as soon as Vista starts booting (at the point\nwhere you would normally see the Vista logo with the loading bar under it),\nmy screen goes blank! Everything else is still processing normally as after a\nbit I hear the Vista startup sound coming out of my speakers. The card works\nfine in Ubuntu.\n\nSystem hardware:\nECS mobo w/ nForce 4 chipset\nAthlon 64 3500+ (AM2)\n2x Corsair ValueSelect 512MB sticks\n430W Cooler Master PSU\n\nI have tried:\n1. Auto-repair from Vista DVD. ("Cannot fix the problem automatically")\n2. chkdsk /r\n3. Ubuntu (works fine)\n4. Pulling out all the non-essentials parts.\n5. Booting with the latest Forceware drivers and also with no drivers\ninstalled.\n6. Applying all the Vista hotfixes recommended by NVIDIA (except SLI ones).\n\nAny ideas?