Well, I had posted a thread in the installation forum a little while ago where I had trouble installing Windows 7 on a computer I built, and now a few days later while that problem has been solved the rig has been giving me grief in a different way. I've exhausted my own troubleshooting skills so once again I turn to the internet for help. This is a fresh computer I've recently made myself, and my graphics card is giving me trouble. The computer frequently crashes or resets at seemingly random times (while trying to install basics for a new computer like OpenOffice/Firefox/etc, while on the internet, while looking through all the changes in Windows 7 from XP) although occasionally in a scenario that makes sense like if I'm messing around with the video card settings. For the drivers I've sorta got two options that I've discovered with neither working well. If I uninstall all of the ATI drivers and everything, go into device manager and uninstall the graphics card, and then let Windows automatically find the device and update it then it seems to work better but is much less stable. Doing this I'll have correct resolutions, it'll correctly recognize what card it is and even what monitor I'm using, and just overall the seem to be working as it should be until it suddenly crashes/resets. Alternatively I can try using the ATI drivers, either installed from the CD or the most recent Catalyst suite from AMD's website. Doing this I'll get messages that the ATI drivers are not installed or are not working properly, I'll get weird as hell resolution options (no 1920x1080 but instead a ton of bizarre ones I've never seen before), and Windows will say that something is wrong with my graphics card but tell me I'm using the most current drivers if I ask it to automatically update. However it seems to be slightly more stable like this. Any ideas on what's wrong and how I can solve it? There may be a few things I forgot to mention here that i've already tried, but these are the main two ways to get it 'working.'