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Geez, that sucks.

Make sure that the jumpers are NOT on pins 2 and 3 and remove your CMOS battery, wait 15 seconds, replace battery. This is just another way to reset the BIOS to default. Maybe that will work.

Since resetting the bios worked the first time but isn't fixing the identical problem now, this leads me to believe that the problem may be some type of short somewhere that you temporarily and inadvertently fixed when messing with the motherboard.

If I were you I would remove everything from the case and try with the bare minimum. Just CPU, one stick RAM, motherboard, and PSU. If it gives you video, then shut down and put in the rest of RAM, see if it gives video. If so, add HDD. Etc...

Before doing that you might want to try just unplugging everything and plugging it back in again to make sure there aren't any loose connections anywhere.

If nothing else, I would definitely be using your onboard gpu at the moment since depending on your BIOS, resetting it may default the settings to onboard.
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Geez, that sucks.

Make sure that the jumpers are NOT on pins 2 and 3 and remove your CMOS battery, wait 15 seconds, replace battery. This is just another way to reset the BIOS to default. Maybe that will work.

Since resetting the bios worked the first time but isn't fixing the identical problem now, this leads me to believe that the problem may be some type of short somewhere that you temporarily and inadvertently fixed when messing with the motherboard.

If I were you I would remove everything from the case and try with the bare minimum. Just CPU, one stick RAM, motherboard, and PSU. If it gives you video, then shut down and put in the rest of RAM, see if it gives video. If so, add HDD. Etc...

Before doing that you might want to try just unplugging everything and plugging it back in again to make sure there aren't any loose connections anywhere.

If nothing else, I would definitely be using your onboard gpu at the moment since depending on your BIOS, resetting it may default the settings to onboard.
Alright then thanks again... i will try something
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