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After installing graphics card my pc restarts several times giving error message ur last boot failed or post interrupted press f1 to continue or del to enter setup im using ati radeon 5770 graphics card

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Your operating system corrupted, so please reinstall your OS. and please detected all devices on bios system. 

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Hey there,Im pretty sure this is becuase one of 2 reasons:
Possiblity 1:That you have not inserted your video card correctly and some adjusting to its position on your motherboard should help(or even another pci slot if possible)

Possiblity 2:That the Card is not compatible With your system which is unlikley..

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