When booting into safe mode Windows uses a basic generic driver , just to get you a readable screen , from there you would be able to see if it is the drivers that are at fault . It does sound like it might be that the card is trying to use a refresh rate that is unsuitable for the screen , most TFT's use a 60 hz refresh . If you can boot into safe mode go and have a look at the cards properities ( right click on empty screen , select properities , settings , advanced and see what refresh is set , you could even try deleting the card from Device manager and rebooting , letting Windows find the card and relaod the drivers . See if that helps .
I took out everything I didn't nee (TV Card, Wireless Caed, DVD drive etc. Reseated all other cards (graphics, memory) Reconnected all leads and rebooted. Now I get NOTHING on the screen (although it doesn't go into sleep mode) All fans start and the HDD makes a couple of noises then nothing.
I have tried reconnecting dvd and booting from the MCE disk still nothing. Also tried clearing cmos bt removing battery. Still nothing.