PC turning on, no POST

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Hello,

I have a problem with my PC. It turn on but nothing happens. The Monitor power LED just blinks. This has occured ever since I restarted my PC cuz it was slow. Now it won't load at all. I have removed and rewired and also removed the RAM and then put it back again. But it doesn't work. What might be the problem?

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Hello,

Try this 1

Remove the RAM once again, clean it and place it back properly or try another

slot. Check your RAM also. Even bad RAM will result in display problem.

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I tried that several times. (I have seen ppl use erasers to clean RAMs)
I removed it cleaned it and put it back and tried. And it didn't work. Putting it in a diffrent slot also didn't work . Also I forgot to mention that I had removed the ram to clean it when I got the lag problem.
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Hello,
Try this 1
First make sure you have verified all your connections to the monitor and also have tried another monitor. If the problem still exits then try resetting your BIOS settings.
Turn off your PC and remove the power chord --> Open the cabinet --> Remove the CMOS battery for 15-30 minutes and then put it back properly. Now plug the power cord back in and switch ON your PC.
Click on the below hyperlink "CMOS Battery" if you don't have any idea about the CMOS battery
CMOS Battery
If the problem still exist, click on the below link and follow the instructions in "Hardware Reset".
https://ccm.net/faq/1192-lost-bios-password-resetting-the-bios
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the problem is not with the monitor. I have tried removing the CMOS battery for like 30 secs and putting it back along with the CMOS Jumper. I will try removing the battery for a longer period of time and check if it is working.