Question about Foxconn WinFast K7S741MG Motherboard for AMD Socket 462 CPU (K7S741MB6L)

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Working fine until psu packed in, replaced psu, begins power up

Comp was working fine,
psu packed in,
replaced psu,
begins power up but nothing at monitor and red and green lights both stay on at casefront,
fan working,hard drive spinning,
wont turn off at switch needs power cut

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The PSU dying may have destroyed the motherboard also. Try removing all interface cards and disconnecting all drives to make sure.

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