Yeah welcome feh1325.
You know when you install the drivers to the new card. Have you been using the Intel graphics to do this? or have you been putting the monitor in the new cards port and booting up?
What should happen, even without drivers is windows shoudl boot up with default drivers, VGA.
This is at a res of 640x480 and 16 million colours I think, the last time i checked. You should then install drivers, not when the intel card is therietically still plugged into the monitor, so try and take this out and plugging it into the new port and booting up
Unless that is your problem and why you haven't been able to do that since the monitor won't recognise it. In this case, have you got it firmly secured? If none of these work, you could have a dodgy card,
But remember, try and boot up with the new card, so that windows will recognise the card and try and find a driver itself which ou can then select. If you boot using the old card when the new ones also installed, the computer will get a bit confused
Hehe, and its alright Alvino, i know him
Hope this helps