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Okay if your keyboard doesnt come on, then you shouldnt be able to get past the BIOS screen. Second does the motherboard come with on board VGA??? If so the try sticking a external VGA card in and see if that wont get your screen to work. I know it will cost you, but theres not much you can troubleshoot with a monitor if it wont come on. Oh you can also try booting into safe mode, if you are able to get that far. If you can get into safemode, my bet would be that you have a driver problem.
And how are you able to see that everything else is working if the monitor wont come up???
Anyway give it a bash and see any of this helps. Good luck.
This is a memory detection fault.
Remove and reseat memory, try one at a time.
If no joy then reset the bios at the JBAT1 terminal put jumper from pins 1-2 to pins 2-3 for a few seconds then back to pins 1-2.
Restart your pc hopefully then set time and date in standard bios settings and check hard disk is recognised.