Thanks for posting your question on this site, After a long time, I am hearing about a Windows 95 PC, this is really an old model. Can you tell me, if you are able to power on the PC and use Windows ?
Thanks for the information, can you press the Caps Lock or Num Lock key and let me know, if the respective lights lit on the keyboard or not ?
It means the problem is with the motherboard . Do you know, how to short the jumper on the motherboard to reset the BIOS ?
Can you recheck and let me know the desktop model no. as I am unable to find the PC with that model no.
Can you check at the back of the tower for any light, after you power on the PC, as old models have diagnostic lights at the back.
No, those are network indicator lights. There is no mention of the motherboard for this model no. so, I am giving a link below from where you will find various steps to reset the BIOS, please read the steps at first and then, try them out, which is applicable for your motherboard. Also, check that, if the lithium battery in installed correctly or not. The problem is with the motherboard end. If these steps do not solve the problem then, remove the power cord for 10 mins. and then check the issue. If still the problem persist then, unfortunately, the motherboard is defective and you have to send it for repair. Please let me know if you need any further help otherwise please remember to give a positive rating, as that is the only way I am compensated for my time and effort.
Honestly, not .
Are you trying those steps ?