Fried something with the power button...
2 years ago I built a desktop computer for gaming. It isn't anything special, but it works (well, it did work until yesterday). Asus MB, 6600GT video card, 2.0 GHz AMD processor, 2GB RAM, etc...
Anyway, last night I got out of bed to turn my computer on. Unfortunately, I think my fleece blanket charged me up with some static electricity. When I went to push the ON button, I felt a static shock as I touched it.
At first, I didn't think it did anything. All of my fans were running, and everything was lit up inside the case.
The BIOS never beeped, though. It just doesn't do anything. Nothing comes up on the monitor. I don't know if the CD tray should be able to open, but it doesn't.
I don't know what could be wrong since all the fans and lights turn on. It's obviously not the power supply (too bad, right?).
Did I likely damage the case's power button interface? or the motherboard? both?
Is there any way that I could have damaged my hard drives? I'm really hoping not.
I'd just like to know what I should be ordering this afternoon to try to fix the problem.
Thanks in advance!