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Sounds like the best solution for you is to take it to a Repair Shop and have them reinstall Windows for you. If you had a legitimate copy of the windows operating system on it and there is a Certificate Of Authentication (COA) key sticker on the bottom of the laptop or inside the battery case, a honest repair shop will reinstall windows for $60 or less.
Your power adapter my be loose on the motherboard which would require soldering it back on.
To confirm if this is your problem plug your laptop in and press the cord in and press the power button continuously if it powers on thats your problem.
When pressing the cord in it may take a couple of different angles before you find the right one so press it in if that don't work press it in and lean on the left, then to the right, up, down etc.
I am experiencing this problem right now I have clamped my cord for a temporary fix.
What you can do here is to get a new wireless card for your computer , you can get those new wireless card now in the market which uses the N standard already, You can check them from this manufacturer Linksys, Netgear, Belkin and Dlink....