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Power off your computer and remove the smps 24 pin connector to the motherboard and short the green and black pin and see if the SMPS is working if not replace the smps. Remove memory from the memory slot and switch on the computer if you hear beeps clean the memory or change it with new one that fixes the memory slot If no beeps by removing the memory then remove the processor fan and clean it with soft cloth and apply thin layer of heat sink compound and switch on the computer If you still not hear the beeps then change the processor If still no beeps take the motherboard to a chip level Technion the secondary power supply or the clock,reset etc in the mother board has gone wrong or not producing them
remove memory from the memory slot and switch on the computer if you hear beeps clean the memory or change it with new one that fixes the memory slot if no beeps by removing the memory then remove the processor fan and clean it with soft clot and apply thin layer of heat sink compound and switch on the computer if you still not hear the beeps then change the processor if still no beeps take the motherboard to a chip level Technion the secondary power supply or the clock reset etc in the mother board has gone wrong or not producing them
remove your processor and the processor fan clean the processor surface with a clean cloth and fix it to the socket apply a thin layer of heat sink compound and fix the heat sink firmly to the processor remove your memory card and clean it with a neat cloth and insert it in the slot and restart the computer still not working remove the memory module and restart your computer you will hear long beeps now insert the memory and restart your computer if you hear only one short beet and display not coming add an pci or agp graphics card if it work the problem is with your graphics section in the motherboard
I don't recommend removing the cooling fan from the CPU. Taking away the cooling system will cause catastrophic overheating, and you'll burn up the processor. Perhaps first you should try adding an AGP or PCI video card to the system, and see if you get display output that way.
You also may need to check Intel's specifications for that motherboard, make sure the processor you have is supported by the system. If you try to use a faster cpu than what the motherboard is rated for, you'll always have trouble.