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Remove all components from your mb and bios battery. Place jumper to clear cmos and make short to battery cmos. Leave 1min and after place cpu and one ram in mb. Replace jumper from clear cmos in normal position and verify. If not display, change ram.
I guess this is happening because of the CPU getting heated, Kindly check if the CPU heatsink and the fan is seated properly. Also check if there is any power issue, try to connect the system to another wall socket
Looking at this post, I think your Motherboard is bad. Have you tried a different Video Card? My other thought is the CPU is overheating due to incorrect seating of the FAN and heat sink. Try cleaning the CPU off, and put new paste on the CPU, then re-seat the heat sink. Be careful to make sure the anchors are pushed all the way down by slightly twisting or wiggling the heat sink. Check for looseness. Push down on all memory sticks to ensure they are seated all the way in. They should click on both sides. If it still gives you a red light, then contact the website of the manufacturer, and get an RMA number for a replacement.
Hi, have you tried removing the CPU and using a Air Jet Spray can to clean all contact pins and pin holes?
The problem sounds like a loose chip. So also check all on board chips are seated, including RAM chips. Air spray can be bought from most Computer stores.