Originally posted by Nubius
It really doesn't make sense to install a completely different companies drivers over drivers that are already on there. That will just cause problems. First and fore most you have to get the previous off, unless of course you're going from nvidia to nvidia
Wouldnt the computer realize that there is a card other than the one that it is used to and-
1. Have a few errors,
2. Revert back to windows default vga settings,
3. Find the new hardware and allow for its drivers to be installed?
Because I have actually never done it that way I am going off of an educated guess.
When you switch out a cd-rom it still knows how to use it and or adapt to the change.
I have even swapped HDs before (when I had two comps pulled apart and forgot which HD goes to which comp) and it booted right to windows and worked fine.