Hello my computer crapped out on last night. I don't know what will be relevant so it will be long. Here it goes.
I have been having difficulty with my wireless mouse (I don't need guidance for this part it is for back round info) so I first tied moving to a different USB (both in the front) a new port (first shutting down the computer, moving the receiver to the new port and turn on the computer). Still had an issue I tried moving it again I decide to move it to the back where I found all the vents caked with dust. I thought well I will just open it up and vacuum it out (which I have done to many computers before.) Before I did that I try uninstalling and reinstalling the mouse divers. I shut the computer down put the receiver back in the first port and restart the computer. At this point when I turned it back on my keyboard wasn't working. Frustrated I deiced to move on to the easier task of vacuuming the computer out. I disconnected the monitor, flipped the switch on the psu, disconnected power cord and ethernet cable. open the case and vacuumed it out. I contented every thing back went to turn it on there was no beep (which if I remember correctly mean it is not posting) and the display did not come on (I use a element 48 inch tv as monitor). turned it off moved the where I had the HDMI plugged at same thing. I try a different cord nothing. I then tried unplugging everything from the motherboard except the motherboard power cables, 1 stick of ram, graphics card, cpu fan(no usb devices, headers drives or anything), remove the cmos battery, move the bios reset jumper to pins 2+3 for 10 seconds then move the jumper back to pins 1+2, put the battery back in. plug the power cord in and power up it. nothing. I am not sure of a next step. Not sure if it motherboard, graphics card, or both or something even more. I don't have another computer to test things on. Any and all help is appreciated.
I am running Windows 10 Pro 64-bit os version 1607, Processor Intel Core i5 cpu 650 @3.20Hz 12 Gb RAM, HD 465GB, motherboard is Asus P7P550 Pro, graphics card ASUS EN210 SILENT/DI/1GD3/V2(LP) GeForce 210 1GB 64-Bit DDR3 PCI Express 2.0 x16