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try reseting the bios using the jumper method. you should find a jumper near your cmos battery. turn your computer off, unplug the power cord. The jumper should be in position 12.. set it on ..23. Press power button with power cord still unplugged. Let it stay like this 1 or 2 minutes. Set the jumper back in position 12..., plug the power cord then turn your PC on. If this doesn't work, simply take out the cmos battery and stay with it like 3 minutes. Put it back in place, then turn your pc on.
Did you swap the Cmos jumpers from 1-2 to 2-3 to clear Cmos before replacing battery and if so, did you return them to their original position (normal as opposed to clear cmos)? If the jumper is still in the clear Cmos position, the board will not boot.
Try changing the Cmos battery, it may appear to work but may not be suited to the board
Disconnect all drives except the hard drive, unplug usb and sound cables, if fitted, remove graphics card and either test with another one or use the onboard graphics.
If you used a jumper to clear the CMOS, be sure that you put the jumper back like it was or the computer will not boot up. Normally that jumper will be on pins 1 & 2. To clear the CMOS, you pull the battery out and put the jumper on pins 2 & 3 for a couple minutes. Put the battery back in and put the jumper back on 1 & 2.
I would first Reset the CMOS... do this by switching the jumper pin cap from 2-3 to 1-2 then give it power/and immediately power off.. then reset jumper cap position to original spot... the jumper can be located usually near the CMOS battery.
on the motherboard will be a JBAT1 terminal with the jumper across pins 1-2, so put jumper on pins 2-3, then back to pins 1-2.
If not JBAT1, then it may be a 2 pin terminal called CLRCMOS, of which you put a jumper across the two pins for seconds then remove.
Although, i can't think of a way to update the bios without seeing whats on the screen.