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No video, tried pwr supply, tried PCI video, disconnected everythign, tried memory

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I dealt with this sort of problem with emachines, end result is i had to replace the board.

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here are few things you can try to further troubleshoot:
1: though the ligh on motherboard is on, power supply can still be faulty, so lets test that with a paper clip trick,
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