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Heart1ove21
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New Graphics Card 6 Beeps won't start?

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HP Pavillion P6-2143w
Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)
I have HP Pavillion P6-2143w windows 7.
I replaced my graphics card with Radeon R7 360 and the Power Supply with EVGA 650 GQ 80+ Gold.

All components are mounted into the computer properly with all cables connected.

I start the computer I get powe light on, flashes, 6 long beeps, then nothing.

I unhook the cable connecting the graphics card, computer starts and runs just fine.

I do not have Internet at home using cell phone to find help it's prepaid and all Google searches have brought up the newer hp systems.

Anyone able to help, step by step instructions on getting my new graphics card to register in the computer?
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Hi,

 

That is something to do with BIOS. Please use the following instructions

 

   http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/6-Long-BIOS-beeps-after-video-ca...

 

Regards.

BH
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I do not know anything about bios, the links on that page take me to hp components, not much I can do, I barely familiar with the components.

Only reason I knew how to replace components was multiple videos, walk throughs over the last month.
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