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PC wont boot up after power cut

Hi I have a pc with an ASUS M2A-VM motherboard running XP Pro 64 bit with AMD quad core processor.
I know little about pc's but have used safe mode etc
Anyway, the other day my power went off for a few seconds and the pc was on and running fine. After the power cut when I switched back on the screen went to the screen which shows the Asus motherboard but gets stuck there. If I press tab or DEL nothing happens. If I switch on and in the second before it gets to the screen above I keep pressing F8 or other keys I get the black screen where it checks memory etc but again stays on this screen and I cant get into any other options like safe mode etc
Would removing the battery from the MOBO do anything ? I have disconnected from the mains and switched on and off approx 20 times but nothing changes
Any thoughts or do I need a pc repair shop ?

Thanks in advance

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Probably the power cut shorted one of the components on the computer.

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