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No output on Monitor

Hi,
Last week I cleaned my cabinet and started my PC it started directly after switching ON the main supply but there was no display on the monitor, the Green light was blinking but the Red light was not blinking. It starts directly after I switch ON the main supply. After a few tryouts it suddenly started & functioned normally, then I shut it down & again started it but it gave me the same old problem, Green light blinking but no display on Monitor. My hard disk was aslo rotating. I am really confused as if what could be the problem please help.
I have an Intel Motherboard.

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Check if any of the pins of the Keyborad PS2 jack. Looks loke during cleaning a few vital parts may heve moved. Unseat the RAM sticks and after cleaning insert it firmly. Check all cable and wires for snug tight connections. You could try to clean ur power switch too bt aerasol spray, but the main is the keyboard. Recheck for bent pins and/or any stuck keys on the keyboard. If evrything is OK and the PC still behves the same, try replacing the power supply (SMPS) with a properly functional one & if it works, simply buy a new SMPS and install it....sodeep

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