If your system won't even beep when powered on, your most likely problem is a bad power supply. You can get a new power supply fairly cheap - a good one is here http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817153023
If you install a new power supply and the symptoms don't change, your motherboard is probably shot.
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If all of the fans come on, check to see if the fan is blowing on the power supply if it is not than you are going to have to replace the power supply. please keep me informed cause there is more that we can do if needed ok.
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Bottom line: Either your power supply or (hopefully not) the mother board has gone bad.
Replace power supply (remove old one), take to local independent computer shop, ask them for new unit. Should be around $50.00. - no more. After reinstall, if still no fans, boot, etc. Replace motherboard or buy a new machine. MB's installed probably will run you around $250.00-ish.
It could be a number of things but what i believe its going to be is the motherboard. The motherboard is not getting the power probally because the connections are bad. Are you getting any beep codes? or is it just powering up the fan? If it gives a beep code respond with that but i would almost bet its the motherboard.
Here is a link for you: http://www.impactcomputers.com/em-2408.html
I found this fast using google so you may be able to find a cheaper solution if you spend a little time digging deeper than I did. Hope this helps & please remember to rate my answer. Thanks.