I was actually busy fixing my computer when I determined it was the ram. i took the ram out of my brothers computer and placed it in mine. Sure enough mine works great now and no longer crashes.
However when I went to install his ram. I got three beeps so I knew I screwed up while installing it. I cut off the power and put in the ram. Now it was starting up but no video. I tried moving the ram to appropriate slots and didn't work. I even went online to download his motherboard's manual and put the ram in the correct slots.
When the ram is in I get no beeps or video. If I take ram out i'll get the standard 3 beeps. i'm assuming this means the motherboard is fine. I got frustrated and took out his video card and tried the same things. Still nothing. So I'm assuming the Videocard is fine as well. Also, because I am getting 3 beeps I believe this means it does go through post and the CPU is fine as well.
I do hear a faint clicking noise when it tries to start up but it's not successful in what it's trying to do. I even unplugged the HDD and I'm still getting the same thing.
The motherboard is an asus M4A89GTD Pro. Two of the red lights are on when I turn on the system. I don't know if this is good or bad but I glossed the manual and it seems these are just switch indicators.
I don't know what else to test but I'm hoping someone can point me in the right direction. Right now I'm looking at buying a new motherboard for him I suppose.
I'm thinking the constant on and off power is what screwed it all up?
Edit: Spent the last 4 hours going through tech forums and trying fix's. This one seems the most reliable.