Ok, I got a new graphics card today. It's a EVGA GeForce 9600 GSO. So I grounded my self, unplugged everything, the usual stuff. Installed my card, made sure it was all the way seated, but didn't plug in the power supply because I need an adaptor. So Question 1. is the power just for the fan ON the card, or for the fan AND the card? I turned back on my computer and it put out this loud constant beeping sound and nothing showed up on the screen. In the manual for the GeForce under Quick Fixes it says: "Problem: At boot-up, all you hear is a series of beeps from the computer but see no screen at all. Cause: The beep sounds are warning sound from the motherboard BIOS that says that it cannon initialize the video card. This can mean on of three things: 1. The card is not seated correctly. Well I made sure it was seated 2. There is a problem with the motherboard's video card slot. It's a brand new computer, I don't think the motherboard is crap already. 3. There is a problem with the video card. Well its a brand new card too, so I don't think it's that either. Solution: Remove the card from the computer and reinsert it, making sure that the card is seated properly in the slot. Then try to boot the computer again. If this does tnot work, then the problem is either with the motherboard or the video card and you should contact your hardware manufacturer. So Question 2 arises: What could the problem be? Also Question 3: Where can I get an adaptor to adapt my 6 pin power on my card to my SATA power supply cables? I would post a link, but it says I need 5 posts..