I decided to put a GeForce 6200 AGP card in my old PC, and of course Windows boots up just fine until the part where it recognizes the new card, opens the Install New Hardware Wizard, and then promptly locks up. Every single time. I've gone into the bios and messed with every single setting trying to get the thing to stop locking up. I literally happens in the same place every time. I am almost positive it's a driver thing, but how can I install the drive without the card in the computer? If I try to install the Nvidia software it refuses to because there is no hardware supported by the software. And if I install the software, the system locks up every single time in the same place. As we speak I'm actually reinstalling Windows. That's how far this has sunk. So once again, I'm surprised I stuck with this shitfest of an OS for so many years, just thinking that problems installing software were the norm.