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I have the very same problem, the Drive light turns red, the screen is "black" and the battery charging light indicator on the front is off. No differance if I'm traying to power up on battery or AC-adapter.
Before this problem appeared I had problems where the laptop was powering off, with no warning, and I had to restart it. This happened several times and was going on for about a week before it died totally. Can it be the CMOS battery on the mother board? Anyone having clue what the problem could be?
The cable is dislodged or you have a failing lcd.If you want to repair this yourself.Check online for a replacement cable and a Lcd too.Then you will have to open the Lcd Bazel to remove or check the cable.Make sure when you attempt this there is no power attached ,battery and Ac Adapter.
What I did was removed all the case screws.and gently pulled the front left corner up.(front left as if you were looking at the screen). You will need some hook nosed pliers to reach in and pull it out. replace with same size battery.