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Reset the CMOS setup after putting the battery. You have 768MB RAM. So check with the alternate memory module with different slots. If not helpful, check the RAM with another PC. Lastly get the BIOS updated or motherboard repaired from component level motherboard repairer. You may have damaged the motherboard by putting undue pressure while plugging the connectors.
Maybe a silly question but have you downloaded the latest video codecs for your processor?
http://www.moviecodec.com/downloads/31d.html Are you plugging in all necessary power connections on the motherboard? Does the video card have power connector on it and do you have the necessary power cord plugged into it? Double, triple, quadruple check that your RAM, video card and your CPU are fully seated. If you still can't get things to go from there, you pretty well need access to another machine for which you can test your parts individually as something is most likely a dud. good luck
If its a ram problem then you should not get anything out of it at all. If it generates any beep codes or anything then it probably isn't the ram.
First thing to try is reseat the cards and check the ram. You may want to go back to your original ram and see if those work. If it works on the old ram then the problem is either the new stuff being the wrong type , wrong speed, or not being seated properly. Usually its just the wrong type or speed. You may find that even though it says it is the correct thing it won't work. You get that a lot with cheaper ram brands.
Trick is to go back to a working configuration and then change one thing to rule things out.
After reading your issue,i am sure that there is problem with your motherboard. as you cannot see anything on screen and you get power,that means your motherboard is faulty so just get your motherboard replaced and it will be fine as before Thanks
Dear User. to plug in the AGP card you dont need to check or see the CMOS. if u have pluged an AGP card and problem still persist then the problem is at *********** side or in RAM. just plug out RAM and other hardware except Processor and cables of switches. the switch on it and if it gives beep then your motherboard and processor is OK. there would be problem in your RAM so change RAM. and if it dont give the beep at startup then the problem is in your motherboard or power supply.
Is there any beep from the motherboard?
First thing that you need to check is the RAM. unplug the power cord and remove the RAM. Now, plug in the power cord and try switching the Comp and see if there is a any sound from Mobo. It should idealy warn you that there is no RAM with continous BEEP. If that happens, the Mobo is fine.... Grab a new RAM and try it out. The system should boot now. (If there was "No RAM warning beeps" when you switched on the system without RAM).
There are many issues that may put down the Mobo but in most cases its the RAM that stops functioning...
Try this and see if it helps. Please post your result here so that we can see if you need further assistance.