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Well first you can find tutorials online but here is a simple way that I believe may work. Put on a new hard drive in the place of the old one and buy a windows 7 install disk. Next insert the disk and start up the computer via the disk. It should now ask you to install the program and follow the instructions. Once finished just take out the disk and if you want insert the old hard drive that contains all your files into a second hard drive bay and try to set the contents to a D:\ drive. This may not work but this is how I remember doing it excluding the old hard drive part. I hope this helps;)
This is unrelated to the Office uninstall. Failing backlight can cause pinkish or orange coloration. I would suggest you take it to a professional to price replacing the backlight.
If you want to confirm that the computer still works and it's just the backlight, do the following:
Boot it and listen. Does it all sound normal? Boot it in the moonlight and look at it from all angles (can you barely see the image on the screen? If so it's definitely your backlight.) Connect it to an external monitor (google it).
1. Try reinstalling it.
2. If you can't do that, just remove it altogether. EasyUpdate is unnecessary,especially for the EeeBox B202. XP and the platform that Intel's Atom is built on are very mature (@EOL), so updating to the latest drivers would hardly bring any noticeable difference.
I'm assuming this is on a laptop? Upgrades to laptops can be tricky. If you're lucky you can upgrade your RAM and allocate more memory to the video from your bios, but even then the upgrade is minimal. Your video card is actually part of your motherboard, as such you would have to upgrade the entire board to upgrade the video card... and at that point you're better off getting a new laptop.