Cody, I'm sorry you ran into all this politicking. I know you just came here for a simple answer on how to fix your Mac. Unfortunately there is no simple solution for you. The driver that appears to have failed on your machine is integrated into the logic board. To test this before you go further, please hook it up to an external monitor. If you get a picture then I am wrong and we can go from there. If you get no picture you will either need a professional logic board repair or a replacement logic board ($617 to $800 from iFixit). You can click on Josh's icon and find his company and get a quote although I hate to encourage this guy. Or, use somebody like DT&T services, their fee is $325 + shipping. Or you can get a flat rate fee from Apple for $280 + shipping and they will fix any and all problems they find for that fee. I did a 2009 MacBook last week, they replaced the logic board, screen and bottom case all for the $280. Apple is not trying to make money with this service, they are trying to keep customers.