Pc stuck at boot manager with new gfx card insterted

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outlawkelb

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So i just got a evga GTX 650ti SSC , and a power supply to support it.
it worked perfectly for about 2 days and today i tried starting it up and its just stuck at
the bootmanager screen , counting down to 0 from 10 , but sometimes the counter gets stuck at 8 sometimes at 7 and then nothing happens. My keyboard is also not responding, if i spam F2 and get to bios screen , it gets stuck there also. if i spam F8 and get to that screen it gets stuck, basically after 3-4 seconds, the pc freezes.

if i try to use the VGA adapter on the motherbaord for display , all is well., comupter starts normally , windows boots up, keyboard works etc.

I have a AMD phenom II x4 820, @2.8ghz.
evga gtx 650ti SSC,
6gb ram
motherboard 04GJJT A05 , from a dell inspiron 570


any ideas? i'm so hopelessly lost on this, and googling it didnt help much either, since i tried everything random forums asked to be done.:(
 

crjdriver

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Do you have another system to try the card and make sure the card has not failed?

I would tend to think you may have fried something on the mb [If the card checks ok in another system] That system [when built] was a low to mid range system as such it is not really up to supporting a high end video card. It is more than just installing a new pw supply; the mb also supplies pw to the card.

BTW you really need to list the exact pw supply that is installed.
and a power supply to support it
This tells us nothing other than you installed another pw supply.
 
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