H8 - 1280t - QC461AV #ABA: desktop HP - computer does not start after the installation (Windows 10) video card

So, I just bought a new video card an XFX R9-390 and a new HX1200i POWER supply corsair (overkill ik ) that I put on a card mother IPIWB-PB for my 3 years old HP PC, and the new stupid video card is not working. the PC just does not start, I see is a black screen. My monitor is an HP 2311gt and I can't use my computer with the old video card no probs, BUT whenever I have to install the new card does not detect my monitor just and I only see a blank screen. I HAVE NO IDEA HOW I'M DOING. Help, please

PS. I have RMA the new power supply and the video card and they got to check and send back to me, so I know that the two pieces of equipment are working very well AND of course I am currently using my PC with the old video card

Wiraqocha, here is the link to start safe for HPs with Win 10 and instructions to enter the BIOS. It may be useful:

HP PC - secure boot (Windows 10)

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