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Your MB(motherboard) is hanging at the POST(Power on Self Test) level , which means a device connected to the MB or the MB itself has failed or is not seated properly. Your MB is fairly old so I'm assuming it was working at it stopped working at some point. To help you we need some additional info, and you need to troubleshoot in a systematic way one item at a time from the easy to fix to the more complex. You should turn off the computer between each step, don't touch anything inside with the PC power supply turned on.

1. Power off your PC (POYPC), and label (take photos and tag) and then remove all external USB cables from the motherboard, only leave a keyboard and video plugged. Then boot up again and see if anything changes... If it doesn't go to the next step
2. POYOC, ground yourself and open the case by removing screws from the back, your MB has chassis intrusion detection system so the system should beep and show an error prior to POST, if your system doesn't beep then we don't have an external speaker connected to the MB which makes it more complicated to troubleshoot. Now try to push/reseat memory DDR2 SDRAM, PCI/PCIe video card, disk cables and power cables from power supply(PS) to MB. Try booting up again.
3. POYPC. Do you have a PCI/PCIe video card? Is your video cable connected to the VGA (blue plug) or a video card? If you have a video card remove it by unscrewing the video card screw, and plug the monitor to the motherboard. Now reboot, if the system passes POST then you have a bad video card or video card component.

4. POYPC. with the PC now open label and disconnect CD drive, hard disk(s), and floppy data cable from those devices, you can use a sharpie to label each cable their device with numbers. And try booting again, and see what you get at the post level. If at this point it boots, then plug one item back at a time to see which one causes the issue.

If those steps didn't solve the problem then it might be a memory (RAM), Power Supply, CPU or MB issue. These items are more complex to troubleshoot.

RAM: You have 2 SDRAM sockets, so if you have two DDR2 DIMMS remove DIMM1(closest to the CPU), and boot up again, if you get stuck at the same spot then POYPC again and swap the DIMMS so you only have the original DIMM 2 on DIMM1 slow. Boot up again and see if that gets you passed the POST, if you do you will get a memory error saying that the memory config has changed.

Power Supply: Very unlikely that is your PS because your getting to the POST. If your MB detects any electric short at all including the power supply, then your MB won't boot up at all. So I doubt this is the case.

If you get to this point and the PC didn't boot then it's probably an issue with the CPU or MB. : If either of these 2 are the problem you should replace both the CPU, and motherboard, if you stay within your RAM and video card specifications then you won't have to replace a lot of components.

Jan 21, 2018 | MSI Computers & Internet

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MB will not boot from HD or DVD drive and no video.

try searching on cmos bios number for the manual

Also check the cpu fan - does it require power on the motherboard somewhere and you might have it not powered via a power plug from the power supply.

Feb 19, 2018 | MSI P6N SLI PLATINUM Motherboard

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I have changed power supply of Aspire T180 to upgrade, no response from my desktop

you may have electrocuted motherboard if you did not stay grounded while putting in power unit. touching MB while not grounded can cause really bad issues. if cpu heatsink fan is not spinning when power on, then that would stop boot up. if graphics card boot files corrupted then no boot either. check to see none of the capacitors on MB are swollen at cross+ top. if they are bulging then they could have blown stopping power from reaching MB. things you need to check.
also, ac adapter may be bad.

Aug 22, 2012 | Dell Precision Computers & Internet

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Asus mb wl300 amd 64 4000+ won't boot to bios.

To make sure it isn't anything else, pull all cards, and drive cables from the board so the only thing left connected is the power connectors to the motherboard, the speaker, and the power button. Pull all the ram cards.

Now power up the computer. If you hear a series of beeps then the computer recognizes there is no ram on the board. At this point I would take the power supply out and have it tested. If you do not hear a series of beeps I would still have the power supply tested as it could be the 12v is fine but the 5 and 3.3 volt side is bad.

If power supply tests good then I would replace both the motherboard and processor. You take a risk of burning a new processor if it's the motherboard causing the problems.

Jan 08, 2010 | ASUS Computers & Internet

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No power, no beep, no boot but the fan is working. its acer aspire L310 I need a new motherboard?

yes...i guess so...
because if the MB is OK then it must at least boot as booting is from CMOS/BIOS which is part of the MB...if it's not coming on and nothing comes on screen....then ur MB is out...
the FAN is of the power supply unit..

Dec 21, 2009 | Acer Aspire L310 - Core 2 Duo E6300 1.86...

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Gigabyte ma-770t-ud3p won't boot into bios.... is this adead board

There are several things you can check before declaring the MB dead.
1. Check the ram (is it the right kind for this MB? Is it in the correct slots?
2. Check ALL ribbon connectors Make sure all are connected firmly.
3. Check the power output on the power supply.
Make sure it supplies the MB with voltage it requires.
4. Unplug ALL cards and peripherals. (This includes any USB device)
Leave only monitor see if it boots into the bios at this point.
If it does, usually means SOMETHING is clashing.
Turn off, plug in one more device and test again.
Keep going like this until something causes it t fail again.
Does not boot, You just found your problem. :)
5. Check under the MB for any loose screws etc.
Something could be shorting the MB, preventing the bios to boot.

6. Last resort check/replace CPU with known working one.

If all this fails, consider your MB dead. :)

Good Luck!
Hope this helps!

Nov 26, 2009 | Intel Motherboard

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Can not get the MB to power up. The PS seems to

to boot you will require
mother board
graphics of some kind

if nothing at all happens and there are no lights you should probably make the psu the first thing to test/replace

Oct 13, 2009 | MSI MS-6580 Motherboard

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Motherboard won't boot

u can go to ur mb bios nd check ur processor setting.may be 845gvsr not support intel crl processor.u can give load bios default from ur bios press F6 or F7,

Sep 19, 2008 | Intel D845GVSR Motherboard

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