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Remove the battery and all power. Press the power on button a few times then place the charger back in and power on. They sometimes hang in the RAM and killing the power totally will allow it to reset.
Did you try your hdd in the other laptop because if you did it might have screwed up your OS.
Do youe have any media inside your optical drive; flash drive plugged in; etc? If your device is set to boot first off any other device before the hard drive, then this could be a problem. Remove all other media and try rebooting.
First, using a flathead screwdriver, carefully pry up the strip of plastic between the top of your keyboard and the screen. There will be some screws holding the keyboard on, get them out of there. Slide the keyboard away from you slightly and then up. Remove the ribbon connector on the motherboard that is from the keyboard, and set it aside. The bios battery will be attached to the motherboard and should be in view.