in first overlook we can see a problem in your motherboard may be your motherboard not accept graphics so it can be show blue screen error try amd graphics card and see what happen.
New to the forum. I'm looking for help. I bought an EVGA Geforce GTX 750Ti (click here<br> ) for my HP h8 1010 ( specs here<br> )to replace what I believe to be my malfunctioning Nvidia GTX 9600. When advertisements would appear the side of my browser it would slow my PC down to the point that you couldn't use it. I tried reinstalling drivers, reinstalling browsers, ran norton virus, cleaned up the PC, and when none of that helped, I finally reinstalled windows 10. Windows 7 came with the PC, then I upgraded to windows 8, then windows 10. However, prior installing windows 10 I had this same issue. I was hoping windows 10 would solve it. The problem still occurs after resetting PC back to factory so I assumed it was the graphics card. Soooooooooo...
Problem is, I can not tell if it's my graphics card because I cannot get the new one to boot up. I downloaded the new driver, ran driver sweeper for my old graphics drivers, shut the PC down, installed the new card (securely), and when I go to boot up it gets stuck on the windows blue setup screen where you can hit escape to get to bios. But it's frozen and hitting escape gets me nowhere. The PC also beeps 4 long beeps (25 secs btwn each one), then immediately after the 4th beep, 3 more quick beeps, then the monitor goes to sleep, but the PC remains on. If I push the power button, the PC shuts down immediately. I reinstall the old graphics card and I can get to bios. Same thing if I use onboard graphics I can also get to bios. I've been on many forums reading all over the place. I also tried reseating the RAM, as well as the battery to the motherboard. I also made sure Legacy mode was enabled in bios as someone suggested and it was alread enabled. I'm running out of ideas. Oh, I also have a thermaltake 430 watt PSU (click here)<br>and the card says it can run on 300wt or higher so I don't think that's the issue. The new graphics card does not have a slot for power supply to plug into, it draws power from the motherboard.