You may want to try obtaining the Windows 7 .iso file (by whatever means you have available), and create a boot-able USB drive to be able to boot into the copy of Windows 7 .iso file ( Solid program for creating a boot-able drive, https://rufus.akeo.ie/ ). After creating the boot-able drive, you'll want to make sure your laptop uses that USB drive as the boot drive, to do that you'll want to access the BIOs of your laptop. Upon booting of your laptop you should be prompted to hit a key to enter BIOs. Go ahead and do that, sadly BIOs are all very different depending on the manufacturer, so you'll want to find the place where you can select the drive your laptop will boot from, select the USB drive. Then Save>Exit. If your laptop doesnt automatically reboot, turn it on and it should boot from the USB drive prompting you to get a clean install of Windows 7. Now if you want my personal opinion, I would suggest upgrading to Windows 10, better performing Operating System and if you follow the link I provide, the...
Make sure you aren't buying the iPad charger. The iPhone/iPod charger is the small little block, and the iPad specific charger is bigger and has the removable wall plug on it. They both output a certain amperage and wattage specific to the devices they are meant for. They will charge your devices fine, but they are meant to be used on their specific devices. That's the most likely solution to the issue. If its not that, then it could be your battery is charging and discharging at weird rates.
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The panel connector inside the phone could have possibly come dislodged. To check for this, remove the two pentalobe screws on the bottom of the phone and push the back of the phone up and lift the back glass off. Check each connector pushing onto each one to make sure its snug in its slot. Then slide the back casing back on and re-screw in the pentalobe screws. Turn the phone back on and if the screen is still unresponsive I would suggest replacing the display which you can buy directly from us, and we have a guide on how to replace it as well. Feel free to PM me if you have any questions on purchasing or using our guides!
Sorry to say that is probably because of the outdated flash storage thats used on the phone. After rewriting over the same amount of storage for so long eventually the speed degrades a bit. I mean as long as the phone works your fine. My girlfriend has the same issue phones in perfect out and inside condition, but the storage is super slow.
If it was a power outage then there may have been a power surge which could have fried the internal components of the microwave. Especially if its older it would've been more susceptible to that. The power supply of the microwave was most likely fried. Thats what I can guess from what you said.