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Emachine W2047 No BIOS Start Screen

Computer (BIOS) not starting up; no XP startup screen.
Front panel switch does not turn ON or OFF computer power.
Power supply, CPU and HDD all power on fine.
The HDD works perfect in another computer and powers up Windows XP.
The motherboard is a FIC AM37L model.
Q: What is causing the "no startup" BIOS screen?
CMOS battery, power supply, CPU, MB or graphics card?? Or maybe, the problem lies with the front panel power button and the power supply. I have a spare ATX power supply (new) but it is a smaller size.

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Replace motherboard. Processor socket burnt out, contact me for further support at compdoctor2005@btinternet.com

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