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Beeping on the motherboard

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I have the desktop computer HP Pavilion 500-141ea and I have recently got rid of graphics card and bought a new one (Nvidia geforce GTX 460) I installed it and it gave me 6 beeps. The screen didn't load either as well so I was confused. Any ideas as to what the 6 beeps mean and how I can resolve this issue? I have ht erquired specifications for the graphics card as well.

 

This is the link to my PC http://support.hp.com/gb-en/document/c03936079 and also shows my previous graphics card.

 

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Alvin

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@Alvin_W,

 The GTX 460 is a legacy BIOS card.  You need to be able to enter the BIOS

Change Secure Boot to disable, and Legacy to enable.

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I have now done that but there is no display for some reason

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