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If you go back to basics, it may show up the error.
Remove the hard drive connectors. Remove the RAM. Leaving a basic "empty" motherboard with just a video card or onboard video working, power it up. The mother board should POST. If it does, and ignore the BIOS whingeing that it has no toys to play with, I would say the mother board is OK.
Then add RAM and test again. Then add hard drives.
If the display shows multiple pictures, it is possibly set at the wrong resolution. With the machine basically working, now is the time to set up an 800X600 basic SVGA resolution. After that is should be a case of downloading the correct drivers for the hardware.
Hope that helps.
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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