Question Intel Desktop Boards: splash-screen glitched and not booting ?

Jun 23, 2021
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Hello! I found an old PC of mine that hasn't been in use for a while. When I tried to turn it on, every component seems to be running fine but it's stuck on this screen saying "Intel Desktop Boards".
It has a Pentium IV Costa Rica 1.7 GHz and an 80 GB HDD. The RAM doesn't say anything on it except for the brand (Kingston) and a bunch of random numbers and I think it's DDR2. The motherboard's Model is Intel Desktop Board D845GLVA. I would like to know what problem my PC has and is there any possible way to fix it?

I've tried disconnecting the DVD ROM and HDD and tried booting it up but the same thing happened. Also, tried removing the RAM (only 1 stick) and booting it up and heard three beeps. Fixing RAM in different slots didn't seem to work either. I also tried clearing the passwords using the BIOS jumper and changed the CMOS battery too.

When I tried a USB keyboard and PS/2 Keyboard, I couldn't get into the BIOS. Does that mean my motherboard is dead? If so, it shouldn't turn on, right? But I still get the same Intel Desktop Boards screen that I have attached which seems glitched at the bottom. Can anybody please tell me if it's because of a corrupted BIOS? I need to recover the data from my HDD but it's an IDE drive, not SATA and I couldn't find any IDE to USB convertors at a cheaper price. Also, I don't remember if it had a dedicated GPU or not but according to the motherboard's manual, it should have intel extreme graphics. Maybe that's why it doesn't POST cause it doesn't have dedicated graphics?

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Thanks in advance!
 

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