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Monitor does not work

I was cleaning the inside of my pc because of the blanket of dust on everything and when i connected the monitor cord back to the pc the monitor turns on and then shuts off. when this does happen it gives no display. Could it be the graphics card. the computer is a hp pavilion a1226n it has a ati radeon integrated chipset.

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Hi ,
Did you clean the PC internally with a brush then follow the below two methods,
Check if the RAM is misplaced and reinsert it.
Check for the display card and do the same.

Boot the system.

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