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When the computer gets zapped, virtually any part can be damaged, including RAM, disk drives, connectors on cabinet (eg USB), PCI cards, etc.
Usually the CPU stays safe, as the motherboard blows before CPU.
When you get this kind of damage is always better taking the computer to a repair shop, instead of DIY, as there is need to test all parts.
Ensure that you assembled Motherboard, CPU , and heath-sink properly.
Try first starting the computer with a minimal set of devices plugged to the motherboard, with only PSU, RAM (1 module), Video card if needed and CPU/Fan.
If there is no power at all then it is likely a bad PSU, if it starts but not screen, it is either a bad RAM or the motherboard had not been assembled properly, or had been damaged during assemblage.
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
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