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Hardware fault. Simple test: if you can boot in the BIOS then the hard disk has died - replace it and reinstall. If you can't the the motherboard has failed - in the end it will be easier and cheaper just to get a new pc.
Is the system work using the old video card? if yes then, use it and then reconfigure the in the bios setup using the PCI video card. You can insert it simultaneously and then use first the old video in preparation for the configuration using the new PCI video card