|That's not just old ; it's ancient.|
The only way you'll find the components you need is to find an identical model with usable parts.
Even if you do find replacement components:
1. Are you sure it's the backlight?
The backlight itself is built into the LED display screen. It's not usual to replace
You have to replace the entire screen.
And not just any old backlight will do. It has to be the exact type for that screen.
2. If it's not a screen/backlight problem, it could be the inverter driving it.
Again, it's likely this would have to be sourced from a scrap PC.
You would need to be certain it was exactly the same inverter, for your particular
3. If the fault lies with neither of the above, it could
be a graphics chip problem on the motherboard.
(Unless an external monitor proved it to be ok).
Again - you'd have to source it from an identical,
Unless you are a keen vintage PC collector/hobbyist/enthusiast, it's probably not worth the time, effort or money to get a laptop this age up and running.
As Derek suggested; Use Google You may be lucky.
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