Probably the LCD panel failed, or the LCD cable. Try connecting a VGA cable or HDMI to an external monitor, boot your computer, wait until Windows starts, and see if there's anything on the external monitor. If you can see your Windows session, it means the motherboard is fine, the LCD needs to be replaced. Those are easy to find and cheap on eBay
SSD: if you look at the underside of the motherboard (not the side you can see when you remove the back panel, but the one facing the keyboard), you will see a big Sandisk chip containing the 24Gb SSD. Also the motherboard has 4GB of Ram, plus the DDR3 card
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