I am sorry for the issue.
Did you try removing the power and CMOS battery for at least 20 minutes?
Besides this, I recommend testing the motherboard out of case with minimum components. You may also consider testing with another power supply.
Well I replyed last night but it doesnt seem to be here. I got a new power supply because the old one died. I removed the batter for 20 minutes and now I have a different issue.
When I power it up after the BIOS were updated, it gives me a white LED flashing light on the board. The light goes on for .1-.25 sec then off for 2.5(ish seconds) I checked the manual and that doesnt match any of the LED problems listed. the Post cycle goes from 36 to 60 and repeats and this process never stops.
When I removed the jumper altogether to update the BIOS, I get a blue flashing LED and it cycles from 26 to 31. and doesnt recycles through those 2.
I don't know what happened, but I tried to updated the bios a second time. The post codes changed entirely and ended at 77. Stayed at 77 for about 5 minutes. I turned the system off, put the jumper back in, rebooted. Works fine. I have NO idea what fixed it, but I do know that I did the same exact thing 3 times and on the third try it fixed it.