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I believe your mean PCChips M925. ECS didn't make a M925 board.
So you can find the PCChips bios and drivers HERE. If you download the manual there is a drawing of the motherboard for you to compare, to make sure you have the right drivers. But, you may be right that that board you have is extremely rare. I've never seen or heard of ECS making a M925. Check out the picture to be sure.
It could be that the CMOS battery is dead; that's what keeps your BIOS 'ready to go', and the power button just wakes up the power supply and the motherboard. If the CMOS battery (looks like a shiny silver coin on the motherboard) goes dead, the computer won't boot up at all. It's usually a CR2032 battery; carefully pry it out with a small screwdriver and replace it...you can find them at most drugstores, Radio Shack, etc.
have u checked the power supply and all of its connections and the system board fan to make sure they are operatring correctly and also is the beep code a straight 5 beeps or is sthere any thing else kplease let me know so i can try to give you some more help
The closest I could come up with is the m900 on the ECS site which is horribly unfriendly. but here's a link to the manual for that board. something as common as thos plugs should be the same across the entiore model series. Hope this helps.
if it does not respond at all......i mean no fan no lights no anything.....then double check that your power supply is good.....if it is and you are sure your chasis connectors are placed on the proper pins then you could have a bad motherboard or cpu.......of course more troubleshooting should be attempted before drawing this conclusion (removing one part at a time, etc.) but no power is never a good thing.
FOR YOUR MOTHERBOARD , ITS BETTER TRY NVIDIA GEFORCE CARDS LIKE GEFORCE MX4000 , FX 5200 , 5500 , 6300 BUT DONT USE SLI CARDS , THEN ABOUT YOUR ASUS RADEON ITS ADVICED THAT ASUS RADEON 9200 WILL WORK BETTER WITH INTEL MOTHERBOARDS