|"...No Display, Does not try to even read from floppy."|
One of the reasons you're NOT supposed to flash the bios unless you MUST, is the bios flash chip can physically fail while flashing, sometimes the FIRST time you try to flash.
You could try the automatic no video flash method pointed to by capt - you have an AMI bios apparently - however, I don't think it will work.
If the flash chip is still physically okay, if the boot block portion of the bios is intact, if what applies to older mboards applies to yours, you SHOULD see the floppy drive's led come on while booting when there's no disk in it, after the usual brief flash, for a longer time.
If the bios flash chip has physically failed, it must be replaced with one that has already been flashed.
The manual for your model
945gct-m/1333 v. 3.0 support
does not show where the bios flash chip is.
however, I don't see a bios chip in a socket, unless it's what appears to be the black chip with the 4 leads each side top and bottom near the bottom right corner.
Most recent mboards have the bios flash chip soldered into the mboard. If the bios chip is not removable, it's not an amateurs job to replace it.
In any case, if you can get another mboard for only $31, that's cheaper than it would be to replace the bios chip even if it is in a socket.