I have tried two different CPU's, and some different RAM sticks but all produce the same results. Any help that you can offer would be appreciated.
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Have you replaced the PSU or at least had it tested, the same with the graphics card or are you using the onboard vga? Check the condition of the pc to monitor cable, look for any bent pins in the end connections and check that they are attached securely at both ends.
The motherboard has several bulging capacitors
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