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It could very easily be either a fried motherboard, a broken connection on the DC jack within the laptop, or a fried DC Jack. It is typically at least a $200 fix if you go through GeekSquad or the manufacturer - maybe more if the motherboard is fried. Unfortunately, there isn't an easy solution to this one.
I get all my boards at Ebay, search for the board number and then shop around at the different sellers and communicate with them. You don't have to use Ebay, you can go to their wensite and deal direct if you want.
if you fried a psu, it was probably caused by a motherboard fault.
You could try removing the geforce card, and try plugging the monitor into the onboard graphics port if it has One. These boards also suffer from bios chip problems, so a replacement bios chip may be another suggestion. failing any of this the motherboard is faulty and should be replaced.
I too once fried my Ipod mini, but got it replaced thru warranty. If u too have a warranty period then utilise it. Unless the player visually has any damage. u may even land up being lucky to get replaced with the resistor alone.