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What exactly was this switch hooked to? Just lights with the power from the 12v rail? And where exactly did the spark come from?

You could also test the ps in the computer with everything hooked up, If it turns out you lost your 12v rail check inside the power supply for a fuse. Be carful though, I hear they can be dangerous.

Did you try pulling a stick of ram already? If nothing else works you might be able borrow one of those pci diagnostics cards from a friend or a local school or pc shop.
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sounds like your mobo is fried.
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