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Disassembling and reassembling the notebook is not likely to have corrupted the BIOS chip as that is normally the result of a bad BIOS flash, overclocking that has gone wrong or I believe in some extreme cases of malware attack, personally I have not read documented cases of the latter though, is it possible that the BIOS battery was not replaced or reconnected (if the plug in type) to the MB properly and so is causing a BIOS error.
Have you tried connecting the notebook to an external screen to see if you get any display that way, you may need to toggle between screens using the Fn and one of the F1 to F12 keys for this, just in case the MB to display ribbon/cable has become detached during the reassembly process and gone unnoticed.
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