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Sounds like there isnt enough power even with the adapters your powersupply cannot give you enough sustained power to run the system if you take the card out does it boot normally? even just disconnecting the power to the card?
Try a different monitor. If the second monitor doesn't work disconnect the power and then re-seat the video card. Also, check the RAMs - make sure they're seated as well.
Start-up the computer and verify that the hard drive LED is blinking randomly - if it is, more than likely the computer is working properly. Your monitor could be bad as well as the video card. If the VGA port is on the motherboard, then you have an on board graphics card instead of a video card. In that case, the motherboard is bad.
detarch all accessories or hardware connected to the system , then bring out the power pack itself out completely look for a soldering led to test the functionality of the power pack itself if it rotates the fan of its pack by looping the first hole to the third hole cable in the power pack connector that will head into the motherboard. therefore, check the mother board if there is any damage on it like some component if all this is false . then plug the power pack to the outlet and fix the connector of the power pack to the motherboard after detaching both cd drive , floopy disk drive leaving the hard disk and the memory . then change the memory card and press on the system there should be a solution from all this . the problem should be from the Memory not to be able to start up the system but go through those process i have given you before concluding it was the memory ok....
Buy a dianostics card, and find out if its the RAM, CPU, OR Motherboard.
(sounds like a ram or CPU problem though)
if you have more than one stick of ram in the system, take one out, and power it up, if still not response, to the other stick out, and put the stick you took out the first time, and put it back in.