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a green light ain't nothing wrong with, red it probs with the card.
So in fact this has noting to do with your graphic card.... It's your motherboard.
Can you remove your graphic card and plug your screen in the onboard plug,. I forgot to tell to turn off power , before you begin. So not only turn off the powerswitch, then there's still current, pull out the powerplug, remove your asuscard and plug in a manual pcboard and manual mouse. If done, tell me what happens when you boot, nothing. are you able to use bios????
If you can check the rechargeable batteries try that. If you plug it into a wall socket with the adapter and nothing happens you might have other major problems. Just a little education: when you buy something especially from other countries alway check it before leaving to make sure it works. Unless there is a company that you can send the warranty unit to you may be out of luck. Sorry.