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1st see from the bios whether you can get the graphics card in the agp slot or not.....try to take the display with out graphics card from onboard.......always check from bios....may be the card is not properly inserted into the agp slot
if you can't get a display from the onboard vga the PSU must have killed the mother board. the 6200 gets all of its power from the AGP slot. so if the PSU killed the 6200 it must have gone thru the motherboard. it does not seem likely it took out the 6200 but nothing happened to the board. try taking out the RAM modules. if the computer does not beep then most likely the motherboard is dead.
Uninstall both video cards, disable the integrated card in the bios, and then reinstall the stand alone video card. If you continue to have problems, please post what motherboard you use and what error code device manager gives.
i would check that you have dissabled onboard graphics if any in the bios, uninstal the current driver and the old driver if you had a different card fitted previously to the one you mention as there may be a driver conflict.
restart the pc and when it looks for the driver for your graohics card, either make sure it searches your cd drive for the driver off the disc or install the driver from the disc first then restart the pc.