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disconnect all and reconnct it.something jammed .may be *********** bord circuit is ground.
disconnect hdd ram then try.
to reattch one by one.
try with only smps ,mother bord and ram.
also check processor sitted correctly.
Hi just to double check are you using the correct processor and ram supported by your mobo . These mobos are designed to support only a few types of memory . Since you do not hear any audible beeps of POST progress check the processor and also have you plugged all the power connectors properly to the mobo from the PS.
Look for socket A processors and ignore the XXXX+ and focus on the XXXXMHz rating (the MoBo's manufacturer's support site will give you the max processor your Board will handle). Since you mention that your MoBo is 4 to 5 years old, you'll probably better serve yourself to replace the MoBo and processor (you'll be able to upgrade to a much better/faster processor by upgrading both, and shouldn't cost that much more), and probably be happier with the result. You may want/need to upgrade your Power supply while you are at it too.