Well Solved all by myself, well kinda a walk around to install Nvidia Drivers from the Nvidia sight. I am sure there are easier ways to get Slackware 14 working with Nvidia 550 Ti video cards.
On the off chance that this can help I will Recap my hardware workaround although I dont think it will work unless you have a spare older Nvidia card around.
1 I installed slackwarex86_64 14 (gave me no problem installing or configuring)
2 tryed to boot (froze from I believe a conflict with the noveau driver module)
3 took out video card and replaced with 8500 (think might have problems if it is not Nvidia based)
4 booted, everything loaded just fine
5 downloaded Linux driver from Nvidia 310.32, cd myself to the dir it was in
6 once in the Dir typed in su then root password
7 they typed "bash NVIDIA-Linux-x86_64-310.32.run" (dont know if this is how to run this program but it worked)
8 after accepting agreement it told me the noveau driver module was loaded and couldn't install until it was unloaded it offered to try and unload it so i let it
9 reboot (hoping it had managed to unload)
10 repeated steps 6-8 (it finished installing this time )
11 rebooted started x "startx" (everything was looking good)
12 shutdown turn off power supply and replace my two 550 Ti cards (I remembered the sli bridge even)
13 turn everything back on everything went smooth started x started Firefox and typed this.
well I know kinda made it simple, sry not trying to insult anyone's intelligence just want to make sure that anyone can do the same if they want. I think the important thing is to get the (noveau driver module) out of the system and I am sure that can be done without swapping video cards. point is I have been working on this for two days straight if I can save someone else that time than it is worth posting. I know hardware I do not know Linux (I learned a lot). I am hoping someone else more knowledgeable than me will shed some light and post a easier way to do this.
also just a note I did try to boot from the DVD because it worked for the install but, if it told it root=/dev/sda1 it would always freeze didn't matter how I booted the system.
there is more info out there too bad I didn't find it until after I resorted to drastic measures:
I wish would have found this earlier. What I am not sure of is if "Disabling the nouveau Module" could be done while installing, or while booting from the DVD/CD. I am sure, that it would be worth a try if I wanted to reinstall my system.