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Remove all parts from the motherboard PCI slots, AGP slots and such, including all drives and RAM memory sticks.
If you still cannot get to a boot screen, have the power supply checked out or get a power supply tester ($25 at most) and test it yourself. If it checks out OK, then try swapping your CPU out into a similar computer to test it.
If the CPU works, disconnect everything from your motherboard other than the power, this includes all RAM (memory) sticks any hard drives floppy cd, etc.
Boot the PC and see if you at least get to the BIOS boot screens (White type on a black bacground) If you do, then put them back one at a time, rebooting each time. This will allow you to narrow the problem down to the part causing the problem.
Replace the problem part.
That being said, it will most likely be the power supply in your system causing the problem. They can be replaced fairly easily.
Posted on Jul 14, 2008
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