Thinkstation C30 not booting, seems bricked
I have a Lenovo Thinkstation C30 that has both Ubuntu 17.04 and Windows 7 on it. A few days ago, while using it, the system froze and wouldn't respond. I did a hard reboot, but when the system attempted to boot, there was no startup beep, no BIOS screen, and the boot counter (inside the system) was stuck at zero.
I then began disassembling the PC and testing the parts to try and find out what happened. It seems like all of the components (RAM, hard drive, CD drive, etc.) are all operational, and the system seems to "boot", but there's no output at all.
System is a used Lenovo ThinkStation C30 1095, with 8GB of RAM, an Intel Xeon E5-2630 processor, with a dual boot instance (Ubuntu 17.04 and Windows 7). I've used it for 6 months with only one issue before (RAM became unseated during shipping and led to a situation similar to this, but I was able to fix it just by putting it back in.)
Thanks for any help!
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