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First check there is actually power going through it. If you have a second power supply you can use, try that if the first PSU fails. If there is no power going through using a second PSU, chances are the motherboard is dead.

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Do this, first disconnect your memory into motherboard slot and then power on your PC. if you hear repeated beeping means no memory installed, the motherboard work fine. try to insert again your memory. if your memory are two pcs. insert only one memory and then power on again your PC. (only one by one insert memory for testing so you can trace if one of your memory was defective).
Try this,
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(Note: before touching computer parts like motherboard, memory, video card and specially hardisk the very important parts of PC. discharge your static electric into floor ground or the case of your power supply. need also external PC speaker. if no onboard PC speaker ).
No beeps means short circuit, no power, bad processor, open parts or defective parts specially capacitor parts.
See this sample picture of capacitor leakage and defective.


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One beep means everything is normal the motherboard work fine.
Two beeps means cmos bios error and defective.
One long beep, one short beep means motherboard need tracing defective parts specially capacitor.
One long beep,two short beeps means videocard problem need tracing of parts CPU and blower fan for working good, also capacitor parts for leakages.
Three long beeps means keyboard error some key press stock up or modules parts defective.
Repeated long beeps means memory not detected, loose of defective
Continuous Hi-Lo beeps means CPU overheat or loose blower fan with heatsink into motherboard chassis.
Try this solution for your motherboard troubleshooting solutions.

Hope this information can help you.
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Serial nos of mother board is located in near the ram slot.
Check the ON button if your pc not ON.
check where the jack pin of power button is inserted in motherboard pull it out and short that both pin using wire(touch ones), if again computer not ON then check your SMPS power supply, if again PC not ON then it means your motherboard need repairs no matter the light is ON or NOT. 
if u get power light then wire formula will work. Good Luck

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Yous hould first try the PC with another motherboard, if you have one and are able to switch all the components.
If then the PC boots, the motherboard is broken. You could try taking it to a computershop, maybe they can spot a problem, but I guess if something, like a fuse or a single wire, burnt through the only way to fix it is to replace all of them, which would be more exoensive than a new motherboard.

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