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It may not even be caused by the graphics display driver at all. Your Hard Drive may hae BAD SECTORS and the computer is battling to read the system area of the hard drive... Make alse sure that the hard drive commections are fine
Sounds like the LCD backlight or inverter went bad. More probably the inverter,and that's good because,of the two, it's usually cheaper and easier to replace. Before considering those,check the lid switch to make sure that it is operating correctly and not stuck down. Ron