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First option is to locate the Drivers and Utility Disks that came with your computer and use it to re-install all drivers; especially the one that allows you to connect to the network / internet service.
Second option is to go to a computer (maybe a cafe) that is connected to the Internet, go to the support page of your computer manufacturers website, download the essential drivers you need, save them to a USB / Flash disk and then go install on your own computer.
it could be a busted power supply. check if the green LED lights in the motherboard when the unit is plugged (even if it is not turned ON, it will light). If the led is not lit, the power supply is defective.