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Needs attention from a tech. Could be anything at this point, bad ram, bad/dirty ram slot, failing power supply or motherboard, bad video card... I'll put my money on bad motherboard otherwise I hope you would have wrote that you are hearing beeps. Hope that helps you some.
Possibly a bad power supply. Could aslo be bad hardware.
Depeding on how save you are with computers, depends on how far you might want to go with this.
But remove everything one at a time and try to start the computer.
Until all you have is a motherboard, processor, fan, and power supply
hooked up. If you are still not getting any power, try to swap the
power supply first. If that doesnt work then either Motherboard or Processor.
Lastly, swap the power cable out to see if its a bad cable.