It is best to try the steps below.
Try to do a CMOS clear of the board.
Put the bios jumper to the maintenance mode.
Boot the system with minimum configuration (the rest disconnected)
PSU + Motherboard + CPU + 1 Memory Module only.
Put back the jumper to default position when done.
If it is not booting, remove the memory to check if the board issues any beeps
Then last thing to do is to recover the bios using the Recovery Method
If you have any other CPU, test it.
Hi Aryan. I tried all the things you mentioned except the bios restore. I get the same result - a subsecond spin up of the fans and then the board shuts down. After reading the instructions on the bios restore it doesn't look like I'd even be able to perform those steps given the boards current behavior.
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I had the same problem with my motherboard but now it's working. My motherboard was getting short circuited. I haven't used the long screws that's suspend the motherboard from touching the case. I hope this will help.