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The only way I know is to do research on the computer you have, find the part number of the screen, then do a search of that number and see what other laptops pop up. It is a long shot but it is the only way I know to solve that issue. Happy hunting.
Make sure all connections are free of debri....USB connections can become wallerd out so to speak and create the intermittant problem... Built in keyboard could have been loosened underneath the keyboard on notebook is a flexible connection that if pc has been droped or fallen so to speak could be needing to be reseated........
If you have replaced the power pack (assuming the power pack is BRAND NEW and has a green light to indicate that there is power going into the adapter) i've seen cases where the green light is on the power pack but no juice is flowing to the laptop - so if its2nd hand i'd look at a new one.
Failing that remove battery and try - battery could be casuing the motherboard not to accept power due to faulty battery
Failing you have tried all the above then it looks like your motherboard needs replacing