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I have a g5000 laptop with the same problem. After a long research and testing the problem was that the motherboard and graphics card are dead and no replacement is cost worthy. Sorry to tell you but unless you can find someone to replace your nvidia card you cant do much.Hope that helped!
1. If you have it plugged to a power adapter it could be that the AC adapter is not charging the battery. 2. Try removing the battery with the AC adapter plug in and see if the PC will. if so then you may need a new battery. 3. You will need to get new AC adapter and battery frome the manufacturer or authorized dealer. Third party device are not recommended because they usually are not up to specifications. I hope this helps.
Extract your battery from your laptop for 12 min, then start your computer using your power cable (don't use your battery), if not try pressing F2 rapidly when opening, after you open your operating system try changing your graphics card drivers.
Seem like your video is going bad on the motherboard or your LCD screen. This is how you can determine which is going bad: - Connect a monitor to the output and toggle Fn+F4 about 2-3 times or until you see video on both screens. --If you have that same picture on the monitor then its the internal video....new motherboard needed. --If you don't have that problem on the monitor then its with your LCD screen and it will need to be replaced.
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