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Make sure the first option in BIOS boot options is the CD\DVD drive. If it is not you need to move it to the top of the list (usually the +- keys).
If it is already at the top of the list then the problem is that the disk inserted is not formatted correctly to be booted from. If no CD\DVD drive shows up in the BIOS then the drive is not able to be booted from period
Hi i'm Rain.
Ok lets put it this way. You get what you pay for. If you want quality video you have to be willing to pay the asking price. Yes you can find it cheaper ,..But look at the word cheaper.
Yes the Express x16 HDCP will work with your system .
If i had to solve the issue i would have said get the PCIE.
All you are looking for is a video card with high speed .
I hope i have been helpful in this problem.
Did you test the old power supply? If not, noise could have come from CPU fan.
In either case, problem is most likely main board and/or CPU. Try removing all plugin components except CPU and heat sink and see if you get any signs of life.
If you are getting nothing, no beeps, nothing spinning then you might have a bad power supply or failed motherboard. I would also take this time to inspect the motherboard (mobo for short). It should not have any capacitors (they look like tiny soda cans) that are bulging at the top, swollen at the top or leaking any kind of fluid. They should be perfectly flat. If your motherboard looks good then I would get a new power supply. You will want to take out your other power supply and look for the output watts. It will probably be in the range of 150 to 300. You must buy a power supply that has more than what you take out, never less. If you have put in a bigger video card or have a lot of expansion cards that you have added to the system you will want to increase the power supply over 400 watts.
Are any fans running? If not take the power supply to a reputable computer repair person. They can test it while you wait. If the power supply is good or the fans are working then I would remove that new RAM. My guess is the power supply is bad.