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You can hook the computer to a external monitor and see if you have video there. If so that would possibly eliminate the logic board but there is one step left. The flashing question mark means it can't find a bootable drive. Did the seller remove the hard drive before selling the computer? If there is a drive in the computer you need to confirm the drives connection to the computer is clean and solid. If there is a drive and the connections good you need to try and load an operating system. I would recommend Snow Leopard as the least expensive and suitable for your computer. Once you have the rest of the computer working with the external monitor you can look at the LCD problem.I would look at the cable first, the backlight second and the LCD last. A lot of work ahead for you--use the ifixit step-by-step guides and repair one thing at a time. Good luck. Ralph
 
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One last thing--if the computer failed the first step (external monitor) your logic board is probably bad. Ralph

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You can hook the computer to a external monitor and see if you have video there. If so that would possibly eliminate the logic board but there is one step left. The flashing question mark means it can't find a bootable drive. Did the seller remove the hard drive before selling the computer? If there is a drive in the computer you need to confirm the drives connection to the computer is clean and solid. If there is a drive and the connections good you need to try and load an operating system. I would recommend Snow Leopard as the least expensive and suitable for your computer. Once you have the rest of the computer working with the external monitor you can look at the LCD problem.I would look at the cable first, the backlight second and the LCD last. A lot of work ahead for you--use the ifixit step-by-step guides and repair one thing at a time. Good luck. Ralph
 
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You can hook the computer to a external monitor and see if you have video there. If so that would possibly eliminate the logic board but there is one step left. The flashing question mark means it can't find a bootable drive. Did the seller remove the hard drive before selling the computer? If there is a drive in the computer you need to confirm the drives connection to the computer is clean and solid. If there is a drive and the connections good you need to try and load an operating system. I would recommend Snow Leopard as the least expensive and suitable for your computer. Once you have the rest of the computer working with the external monitor you can look at the LCD problem.I would look at the cable first, the backlight second and the LCD last. A lot of work ahead for you--use the ifixit step-by-step guides and repair one thing at a time. Good luck. Ralph

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