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No bios, no beeps ASUS P5RD1-V

If you can assist thankyou.
My pc stopped working. I get no beeps and a blank screen. I checked the memory, changed the cmos battery and cleared it, tried both video cards, swapped power suppy and nothing.
I see the light on for the wake on lan, i hear the hard drive, fan for the cpu turns on,fan on the video card turns on as well. I tried the onboard video plus 3 other video cards.
I tested the monitor on another pc and it works.
It sounds like the pc turns on but no bios comes up and no beeps sound.
If i press the power button on for about 5 seconds the pc shuts off.
If i remove the fan that sits on the of the cpu then i hear a few clicks and then the pc shuts off.
Anybody know what could be wrong?
Seems like the mother board has juice but i don't see what can be wrong.
Thanks in advance

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I have the same problem although mine came when I used a Linux HDD cloning tool and next thing the PC would not start at all, I am not sure if it just coincidently died at when I rebooted or if it lost the Bios or something due to the cloning I tried.
The Cloning was on 2 USB drives and the internal HDD was and is still disconnected and the 2 USB drives are removed, still same behavior.

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Yes thats a motherboard problem. Try to migrate your system with another board and test. That signs really is from a defective motheboard.

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