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There are two reasons you will not get a display from the mainboard, the first is RAM and the second is Processor. If it is RAM the scren will not light up at all, you might also get long beeps. If the problem is a processor the screen will be blank and nothing will happen.
This is apart from the obvious power supply and screen issues. If you have checked these things it is possible the main board has failed and needs replacement.
Look for the function button. Once found (on unit or remote), turn off the power. press and hold the function button until the units sub menu pops up. use this screen to set time and other options. one of the options is to turn of demo mode. At least that used to be how pioneer did it.
the pc is standing at command prompt, which means it is unable to find the boot.ini file required to boot into windows
When you say you pressed F8 did you keep pressing it until you got a menu saying Safe Mode,last known good configuration, start in VGA mode etc, if so use last known good configuration and let it reboot.
If still nothing then you will need the windows cd to perform a system repair.