Do you mean that you will try the method below, which Dark Mantis suggested earlier? Also, here's a very detailed guide to dealing with No POST problems.http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/261145-31-perform-steps-posting-post-boot-video-problems
Method by Dark mantis:
The way you cleared the CMOS is fine for some things but often not thorough enough to remove the problem. For an extended clear I would recommend this procedure.
Remove the power cable from the mains supply and then press the power switch on the case for a few seconds just to drain any residual energy in the PSU capacitors.
Once done remove the motherboard battery overnight or for at least six hours before replacing it.
Next plug back into the mains supply and boot.
You will now need to enter the BIOS by pressing DEL and load Optimised BIOS Defaults.
Make any other changes to the BIOS settings to suit your self like disabling the floppy drive, disabling the full screen logo and making the HDD the primary boot device and then press F10 to save and exit.