Re: New hard drive -- get power but no boot screen
After you've reset the CMOS (if that fixes the issue) then you'll need to change only a few things in BIOS probably.
Check ram speeds, sometimes default doesn't get it right.
Set Sata ports to AHCI mode
I also usually enable quick boot, disable floppy drive controller, and turn off any services I don't use (like JMicron advanced RAID utility ultimate probeifier, etc)
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