Posted 16 March 2010 - 09:31 AM
It seems that you motherboard may have video built-in. I would remove the add-on video card and try booting from that first. If you get video on the screen, then you can once again test the add-on video card.
If you do not get any video on screen from the onboard video, I would recommend resetting the BIOS and try once again.
I think I would also try only one stick of memory in your computer and see if it will boot. It could be a bad stick of ram from all the moving around.
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