Hello phrazel. Welcome to the Forum.
That does not look good.
Here's what you want to do:
- Go to the nVidia website and download the most current known good driver and save it to an easy to find location.
- (Optional) go into Windows Explorer and in the C: drive find the nVidia folder (inside will be Drivers > your driver version) and delete it (the whole folder).
- Go into Start > Control Panel > Remove a Program > and uninstall all programs for the video card. Do PhysX and Stereoscopic 3D first, then the driver. The control panel will uninstall with the driver.
- Shut down the computer.
- Reseat the video card. Check all power connections.
- Restart computer.
- When it reaches the desktop Windows will find new hardware and will install it's own WDDM1.1 driver. Let it. You will be asked to restart. Do it.
- Once back on the desktop you can now install the nVidia driver package for your card.
The above will only work if the problem is software related and there is a chance to save the card. It will not work if the card has died. There is a small possibility that you may lose all functionality, even at low res. But if that happens it only proves the card was on it's way out.
Sorry for the bad news.