Ok, so the other day I plugged a USB cable into one of the front ports on my computer case. I had done it several times previously during the day and it worked fine, but this one time, the entire computer shut down when I did it. I tried turning the computer back on, and it would go on then off, repeatedly until I switched the power supply off. Figuring it was the surge protector that was malfunctioning, I plugged the computer into another power bar, and this time it would turn on, and stay on. The only problem is, there's no video on the monitor. Also, I notice that one of the case fans isn't turning (weird, because the other one that's connected to the same power lead is turning fine). I connected the fan directly to the mobo, and it worked fine, but sitll no video. To check if it was the monitor or not, I tried another monitor, to no avail. I know the hard drives are still working, because i can feel them spin up when I turn the computer on. Now I've come to one of two conclusions. One, being that the mobo is shot, because I'm not even getting the BIOS showing up, or two, the video card is shot, and can't display anything at all (which is weird because the fan on the video card still turns when powered on). I can't even try an alternate because my mobo doesn't have integrated video, and I have no extra AGP video cards to test with. Any suggestions?