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A solid Amber power LED is an indication of a motherboard problem. Remove any external connections and see if LED indications change. If no change, remove all PCI expansion cards, try again. If still no go, disconnect all drives, try again. If still no change, ensure the CPU heatsink is firmly attached (If loose you need to replace the retention module) If nothing loose and no changes from other steps, replace motherboard
unplug your computer
Open the computer case up, reseat the memory by removing it and putting in one ,and starting the system,and check all power cables are connected. Do this to each memeory module that you have to test your memory.
IF that doesn't work remove , memory,hard drive cd/dvd drive,and printer etc.turn system on and if it does not beep then the motherboard is bad. The motherboad should beep to indicate that their is no memory.No beep equal no response from the motherboard. hope that helps.
The only real way to test all is to have a 2nd pc. You can even unplug the hard drive from the motherboard just to test the MB and power supply. The bios will still load without a hard drive attached to it.