OK, then your hardware, at least your basic hardware, is working properly. It is probably your counterfeit copy of Windows causing the problem. You really won't know until you get a legitimate copy of Win 7. When you do, reformat your hard drive and and do a clean install. It is quite possible and even likely that your copy of Windows includes malware - virus, keylogger, Trojan, etc. You can't really do anything with the installation you have.
Just so you know, that forum rules prohibit us from working with illegal software of any kind. This is not a criticism of you. You got taken. It is just that we cannot help with an illegal copy. Forum Rules and info- Please Read!