Here's the video -> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cCmai6Q9DoM
Bingo the first CPU is a P4 at 2.0 GHz. Didn't even crash.
Look for other issues like BAD CAPS (see google.com)
Stupid me, I pulled my heat sink/fan assembly off my processor (P4 2.0ghz) to clean the heat sink. After pulling it off, I realized I had to reattach it to the PC. I cleaned off the old thermopaste, I think it was a pad that had been tapped onto the HS. I cleaned the processor too. I applied some arctic silver brand paste and reassembled. I turned the PC on, it fired up then shut down after about 15 seconds. Now, I turn it on and only the drives (2 HDDs and 2 CDs) and the processor fan fires up. The PC does not actually boot or generate any type of POST messages or video.
I removed the HS again to check it and found the paste had covered about 90% of the top of the processor. Did I fry it? I pulled the processor off and looked at it, didn't see or smell anything unusual.
I've tried the pulling the CMOS with no change in problems. Any ideas?