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Boots to press f8

Helloi put in new power supply video card and went to go boot the pc.and. all i get is press f8 for boot menu,i hit it does nothing.i reset bios.reset ram.
and also reset the battery,still it loads the same thing,press f8 for boot menu.it will not go past that point.it worked fine befor i put in the new stuff what may i have done.help if u can please.

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I haven't encounter this one, but you may want to check whether your CPU extra power is plugged in. Also, seclude the problem by checking if it is the power supply or the video card that is causing the problem. Remove the videocard and use the old one and check if it passes through. How much power can your power supply give and what model is your videocard?

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