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Boot to the XP CD, Enter recovery console by pressing "R" at the 1st prompt, run the command CHKDSK /P and see if the system will boot normally after the command finishes running. If nothing changes, then the hard drive will need replacement
You need to replace the LCD inverter; it is the small board that the LCD monitor plugs into and the inverter plugs into the motherboard. Here's one for $10. Oh, and please take a moment to give this solution a fixya rating. Thanks! :c)