The Spec is as follows.
Acer Aspire T180-UB7Z
AMD Athlon 64 x 2 3800+
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Do you hear any bios beeps? If you remove the video card, or all the ram, you should hear appropriate bios beeps. If you don't, then the bios may be dead... meaning, send the motherboard to the manufacture for a new bios chip, or if the chip is removable, call the manufacture and see if they can send you one.
Of course, it could also mean you lost some power form from your power supply. Do you have a multimeter you can use to measure the power forms?
Did you try removing and replacing the motherboard battery. This will reset the bios. Remove the battery for about a minute, then reinstall it. Try to boot up again. You might also try swapping the keyboard, or disconnecting it if you don't have a spare. Some bios will just halt if it doesn't sense the keyboard.
I have had no experience with Acer, and I thought they might be decent, but after having to chase my butt around, I will never buy an Acer!
Is this perhaps another example of a cheapo computer with cheapo MOBO and bits. Skip material perhaps.
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