It's in now. I glued the loading plate shut and welded the fan back on and used a bit of masking tape to get it all held in place. It's still not working though.
You have fallen about 20 posts behind MD. You need to update us so we know how the suggestions worked and how you are doing now.
If still not working after you fixed the cpu connection and reinstalled the heatsink, the cpu signal must be getting blocked by the north bridge, but this is easily fixed. Just raise the drawbridge for about 5 minutes to let stall traffic through then lower it again and secure in place. I recommend duck tape rather than our favorite glue as you may want to raise it again at a later date. If this does not do it, try the same with the south bride, then the west bridge, and finally the east bridge, in that precise order. It is important to do it in that order. The east bridge usually does not stall traffic but that is where the bridge troll lives and he can wrack havoc with a mobo so don't mess with it until last.
If that does not work, I suggest reinstalling the DD's. Sometimes the problem is nothling more than a bad or outdated driver driver. Have you checked your driver's lately? Bad DD's are the leading cause of the GIGO problem.