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XP is dead. Don't waste money on it. Download a free, safe, modern operating system and install that. I have an old Toshiba and it runs Puppy Linux, but you might like Mint or Zorin, or Lubuntu if it's a 32 bit system. download one or two onto flash drives or CD, and give it a spin. Puppy will run off a CD, even if your hard drive is bad. Why Linux is Better http://nfp.freehostia.com/jims-intro-to-linux.html
when you first turn on the computer hold down F2 for a few secounds this should take you to bios screen and as for the new video card i hope you got a new power supply to no lower then 500w power supply with that video card if not bigger
i do not think the ps2 keyboard should be a problem....
The secret to treating brain damage on the c150 is to definitely use the <http://www.sendspace.com/file/7ge9cr> download. This is a *.rar file and you need to also download the 7zip freeware program to extract the contents of the file to a folder. Read the *.txt message in the folder and follow the directions and you will be back in business. Your c150 will probably occasionally have a relapse so keep the folder on your computer. This works! Santapede