HP-P7-1510 new ASUS 6670 w HD video card / new power supply

I bought the HP P7-1510, I improved the 500W PSU and installed an ASUS AMD RADEON HD 6670. I had problems, a beep that indicates the graphics was not start. I took out graphic card let start system normally has stood the test of implementation system with integrated card. Now, I installed the new graphics, the computer will still beep after installing all the drivers. It beeps but 2 minutes later, it starts well. Any ideas? I got lost.

I don't know what to do, I tripled checked, I
When it is eaten on not so perfectly no error. But why keep the commissioning of a beep and then start normally?

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Hello:

You must go into the BIOS and change the setting from UEFI in legacy mode, save the settings and reboot.

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