I won't be needing help after all. I used driver sweeper to remove the old driver, re-installed and now everything is normal, possibly it even looks better than before
Two days ago I had to restart my computer and when it restarted the screen resolution randomly changed from the usual 1920 x 1080 to some ridiculously zoomed resolution around 300 x 400. I fiddled with the options in desktop properties to try and get it back to normal but the computer wouldn't do it, but eventually with some fiddling I managed to get it back to normal.
Today I was surfing and there were some weird annoying red pixels at places that should be black, but apart from that everything was normal. I restarted the computer and when I did the screen randomly got another zoomed resolution again. I went on desktop properties to try and fix it again but my graphic card is no longer mentioned at all. Like usually it would say "Radeon x1600" just above the settings, now it's gone and I can't select 1920 x 1080. I checked my computer settings and it there's a red "X" next to the graphic card. Right now I'm writing this message on some ugly warped resolution, and everything is significantly slower. The red dots are gone though.
I'm guessing the graphics card is the issue right? What should I do?
BTW, if I need a new card, what is the best one I can install on this motherboard: gigabyte GA-MA69VMS2. It's a fairly old motherboard, I don't think I'll be upgrading it, unless it's cheap.