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The card should be plugged into the black slot, not the red one (The one closest to the processor socket). If you are getting a picture on your monitor, then your mainboard is detecting the graphics card.
This sounds like a problem with your new Graphics card. (This is just an assumption.) When the Os loads a new graphics driver it can cause a slow down and screen flashing. It is better to download the correct (most up to date) driver for your new hardware before you attempt to install drivers from the Hardware Detection Wizard. These aren't always the most appropriate drivers. Enter this site into your browser for the correct Drivers for your Motherboard. http://ee.gigabyte.com/products/page/mb/ga-945gcmx-s2_66/download/
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Install the graphics card drivers just as you did the sound cards. Then the resolution should display perfectly if you set it up to the maximum. The lettering should be crisp and clear. Hope this helps =]
Make sure the video cable is securely plugged into the VGA port of your motherboard or graphics card. If you still don't get signal and are using onboard graphics then your motherboard has become faulty. I suggest you take your computer to your nearest PC store and have a technition diagnose the extent of the damage. If you were using a graphics card before you lost signal the you will need to plug the monitor video cable into onboard graphics. If you get signal now then it means that your graphics card has become faulty. If you still don't get signal after plugging into onboard graphics then it means either youir motherboard is faulty or your graphics card or both. Best take it to a PC technition to have it tested. Another thing to try is to try another monitor on the system to test if the other is malfunctioning or not.
That looks like a video display driver file for AMD/ATI graphics boards. You may want to visit AMD.com. They have a "Support" tab that allows you to download their Catalyst graphics suite. There should be an option to "auto detect" your video card. Choose that and let the system detect which driver you need for your operating System. This should hopefully reinstall your correct driver and take care of any errors you may have.