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+1 to cleaning/using different Ram, Mine wouldnt display with dirty ram pins, so I had to clean it.
   
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ok up plug hhd move your single stick of ram from the last slot to the second slot and see if it will boot into bios
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Can't find much info on that board, but try reconnecting everything. Could be a dead video card
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ok up plug hhd move your single stick of ram from the last slot to the second slot and see if it will boot into bios
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+1 to cleaning/using different Ram, Mine wouldnt display with dirty ram pins, so I had to clean it.

Pic wont display, ok cleaning ram and sockets, and what ram slot
 
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post #14 of 19
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ok Cleaned ram and ram sockets STill No
Tried my 6950 Still now
Tried different ram in a different socket but still no

But i forgot to tell you that one of the sata ports were ripped off so it just left the pin lay out
 
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ok Cleaned ram and ram sockets STill No
Tried my 6950 Still now
Tried different ram in a different socket but still no
But i forgot to tell you that one of the sata ports were ripped off so it just left the pin lay out

try a different hard drive. I'm not 100% sure what is wrong. might be your motherboard that has the problem
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well i nerver thought of that but i did try with out a hdd but will do
 
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post #17 of 19
what did you find
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My guess would be one or several of the voltage leads for the main board connector isn't supplying power, or is supplying too little; this, in my experience, is a fairly common occurrence on cheap OEM power supplies when they decide to fizzle. You won't get any beeps because the BIOS doesn't check for proper voltage supplies: it just receives appropriate voltage and works, or it doesn't.

Bad/unseated/removed RAM would make it beep, you've seen that.
Bad onboard video with no discrete card installed would probably beep. On the same note, don't worry too much about that shorter pin on your card, it should still make contact as long as the card is fully inserted.
Missing/unseated processor would make it beep.
Missing/bad HDD would either increase the time spent on the boot summary screen as the system tries and fails to query the drive (if the board is bad on it) or simply not detect it (drive missing or SATA connector not seated). It wouldn't cause the computer to completely cease functioning.

I'd grab the PSU out of that crappy Dell and try hooking it up, see if does anything. A word of warning though, use onboard video only, don't put your card back in for the test. The Dell with it's little POS Pentium 4 and integrated video would have, I'd guess, a 140-200w power supply at most, really too low for even an older discrete card. It probably wouldn't burn the power supply up or anything (at least not immediately) to run it with that card in, but it'd likely be unstable.
Also, never operate a computer without a heatsink properly pasted and clamped down. Back in the days of the Pentium (1) you could get away with it, but modern CPUs will quickly overheat and trip their thermal overload (or simply burn up). Make sure you apply fresh thermal paste, don't try to reuse what's already there.
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My guess would be one or several of the voltage leads for the main board connector isn't supplying power, or is supplying too little; this, in my experience, is a fairly common occurrence on cheap OEM power supplies when they decide to fizzle. You won't get any beeps because the BIOS doesn't check for proper voltage supplies: it just receives appropriate voltage and works, or it doesn't.
Bad/unseated/removed RAM would make it beep, you've seen that.
Bad onboard video with no discrete card installed would probably beep. On the same note, don't worry too much about that shorter pin on your card, it should still make contact as long as the card is fully inserted.
Missing/unseated processor would make it beep.
Missing/bad HDD would either increase the time spent on the boot summary screen as the system tries and fails to query the drive (if the board is bad on it) or simply not detect it (drive missing or SATA connector not seated). It wouldn't cause the computer to completely cease functioning.
I'd grab the PSU out of that crappy Dell and try hooking it up, see if does anything. A word of warning though, use onboard video only, don't put your card back in for the test. The Dell with it's little POS Pentium 4 and integrated video would have, I'd guess, a 140-200w power supply at most, really too low for even an older discrete card. It probably wouldn't burn the power supply up or anything (at least not immediately) to run it with that card in, but it'd likely be unstable.
Also, never operate a computer without a heatsink properly pasted and clamped down. Back in the days of the Pentium (1) you could get away with it, but modern CPUs will quickly overheat and trip their thermal overload (or simply burn up). Make sure you apply fresh thermal paste, don't try to reuse what's already there.

well when i tried my 6950 i used my ocz 750 watt psu. ya i no about the heat sink but because its not in the case there are no threads that i can screw it into.
 
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