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Remove main battery and try to power up, next have the power supply charger checked for output voltage, after this point you are looking at motherboard issues, however! sub out the ram one at a time as a last resort.
Try this: Remove Mini from A/C power; remove battery. Hold power button for 10 seconds; reinstall battery & A/C power. Try starting normally. Your netbook doesn't appear to have an external VGA port, or I would suggest trying to connect to an external monitor. Your monitor back-light may be burned out.
First of all remove all your components ie. RAM, hard drive, battery, CD/DVD drive etc. Sometimes there are screws located in the area where these components are located that secures the top and bottom halves of the case. I suggest that as you remove the screws from the bottom of the case you take a note where the came from as some of the screws are different lengths. There may be s strip panel between the top of the keyboard and the LCD screen, remove this first, it will be clipped in place and held with screws from the bottom of the laptop. Next the keyboard should removed and keyboard cable. Look closely for screws hidden behind plastic stick on covers, you need to use a sharp thin blade to lift off these covers to reveal the screws behind the covers. The top and bottom halves of the case is usually held in place with plactic clips, start at an opening and carefully pull apart until a clip releases and the work along that edge to release more clips. Continue along each edge until you separate the case. The LCD screen is usually secured with screws on the back edge of the laptop and possible with screws near the edge of the motherboard. Take care to disconnect the video connector. The motherboard needs to be removed from the bottom half of the case so you can access the power connector. Take careful note where you remove each screw as you need to put them back in reverse order.
If your laptop won't start then remove the battery from the back and just connect your Laptop with the power cord and press hold then power button for 1min.This will help you fix the issue.Incase your laptop turns on but takes lots of time to show the desktop screen then you will have to repair the windows with the recovery disc given with your laptop.
You can try to repair it, but its easier (and cheaper) to just buy a replacement keyboard on eBay. (or other online seller) Replacing is simple. Turn off the machine, remove the battery. There are 2 screws with pictures of a keyboard next to them. Remove those. Open the machine back up and remove the piece above the keyboard (start at the right side and gently pull up, it will release the clips) Then there are 4 screws in the top of the keyboard and a ribbon cable to unplug underneath the keyboard.