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Check the time if you can, doubt it since it can not display anything. This usually happen when: 1. The memory card is bad, needs to be replace. 2. The video card is bad. Since it's a laptop, then the problem is with in the motherboard. Sometimes when the BIOS battery is drained, it also stop the computer from displaying. To see the battery you must take apart the computer. And the last thing in the list is the monitor it self. Maybe the monitor got damage some how and it won't display anything. To troubleshoot, I recommend you start with the memory, and since the computer must be 64 bits, it needs 2 memory card of at least 2gb. each stick, if one of them is damage and both are still connected to the motherboard, the monitor won't display anything either.
Could be bad ram,hard drive or possibly a bad display panel or video card.Try using different ram and removing the hard drive then try it.Also,connect it to an external display and see if it shows video or not.If after trying these things it still isn't showing let me know and i'll try to help more.