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I mean no disrespect to anyone. My computer was having this very same problem. I am assuming that an unknown virus corrupted the nvidia drivers as my computer was working fine until yesterday. After reading these posts and checking the event logs, I realized I was trying to reinstall the video drivers under my User Account ID rather than the Administrator ID. I loaded up into safe-mode, deleted all the nvidia drivers rebooted into safe-mode again logged in as Administrator, reloaded the nvidia drivers again. After a final reboot into normal mode and resetting the display settings my computer is now back to normal.

I would like to thank everyone who posted here as all your comments helped me to reach a solution to my problem. I also hope my post will be of help to someone
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