What PSU are you running? Complete specs would be nice also
.. You tried resetting your video card; make sure the PCIe cables are seated correctly? No issues in device manager nor in Catalyst Control Center (make sure nothing is overclocked)?
Well I didn't think the PSU was relevant since this system is a less power demanding system than what I was using before that is why I only gave the specs for Processor, Memory and Video Card it also has a 700W PSU in it and 2 Sata Hard Drivers 320 and 640 respectively all connected to an AsRock 775 Dual-Vsta Mobo. I also wasn't aware that one could reset their video card so no I did not try that.
I can check seating and the placement of the cables but I think those are fine there are no issues in Device Manager and I'm not that familiar with Catalyst to a point to check for errors I usually just use it to turn up my fan speed.
Also remember I don't mess around with overclocking so no nothing is overclocked.
It could be that the part of the GPU responsible for the video decoding is overheating and making poor contact with the heatsink.
It could also be driver releated, but my thoughts are that it's due to heat. Is it now summer where you're living?
You could try underclocking your GPU a bit to see if that helps.
An RMA sounds like it's going to be in order. Did you recently update the drivers?
Yes it is Summer, I could try under clocking it but if its not working at stock speeds that doesn't seem very promising I can't get an RMA on it for one of two reasons 1. Its past its warranty and 2. Even if it is on its warranty I had ordered it through a Courier Service which I'm no longer a member of in any case of RMA they would be required to start the process for me. I don't think I scratched or broke anything off the board but I think I may have overheated and damaged something in the case either not enough thermal paste or due to the cooling fan not being placed properly on the cpu.