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New P4i65G motherboard, no display and no keyboard, no beeps

Installed new motherboard in Emachines 2230. there is no display and no keyboard. Tried a graphics card still the same. Connected internal speaker and no beeps. Disc starts but nothing else happens.
I assume I must have done something to it on install but cant think what as this is the 4th one I have done and had no problems this far.

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    same problem with my vstanf70 Asrock motherboard wont show up



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