Hi Elven, don't worry, you're not annoying me
If I didn't like helping people with their computing problems I wouldn't have started this site.
Also, I don't pretend to know it all, and welcome input from other members. That's what makes online communities so great!
Back to the problem at hand. A boot disk bypasses Windows and loads a basic DOS system on your computer. Ever since Windows 98, this boot disk also loads CD-ROM drivers. What I'm suggesting you do is use this boot disk to copy the driver from your CD to your hard drive, since you can't access your CD in safe mode. This may well be the same driver you initially installed, and there's no guarantee this will fix your problem, but it's a good place to start (you could also have compatability problems with your motherboard and/or BIOS). However, the majority of the time these problems can be fixed by completely removing the video drivers (i.e. Driver Cleaner), and then reinstalling the latest driver.
Please try the instructions in my ealier post. If you have questions or uncomfortable with the instructions just ask! I'm old enough to remember working in DOS, and even programing in Basic, but I realize to most people today DOS commands might as well be Greek.
Keep us posted!