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Test it with an external monitor. If it does not work with an external monitor, then your motherboard is defective. If your laptop works good with an external monitor, then your screen need to be replaced.
It's likely that your screen is "fried" (faulty) ... try to connect your laptop to an external VGA monitor, and see if the screen shows up (on the external monitor) properly. You may have to toggle the output display (device) from computer screen to external monitor ..using Fn+F3.
If it displays on your external monitor properly, it means your laptop screen is no good. You can replace the laptop screen, or just continue to use the external monitor.
If it does the same (blurry & different color, etc.) on your external monitor, then, your video card/module on your laptop is bad. This usually happens less often.
Test if it works on external monitor. If it does, then turn the computer on, remove the battery, then reinsert the battery. That little trick has worked several times for me and my customers. If the external monitor does NOT work, then you probably have a bad video chip in the computer's motherboard.... by the time you fix it, you could almost by a new machine.
plug in > if charge light comes on and screen black proceed.... if no charge light comes on on laptop your charger's not working
plug into external monitor > if the external monitor works fine with laptop then your LCD is not working, you can look for the Function key (should be bottom left) and the monitor button (probably f7) and switch back and forth... this should tell you if the lcd works or not.
Repaired! This sounde like a fuelty screen or screen inverter. To check this, connect to an external monitor, if the external works properly, then it's the screen or inverter. If the external doesn't work, let me know and we'll run the problem down to a more indepth (internal) trouble shoot.