Ok, so what I did to fix the issue, since this desktop does not have important data on it I reset the desktop to factory settings. Currently it only takes around 25 seconds to start up. We will see how fast it runs after installing a few things. Was this caused because I had too much on the drive?
@aactech When I think about it, yes the graphics card does get very hot when I play games, also I looked at a few things about the graphics card earlier and saw something that now makes sense. It was saying that the graphics card was supposed to run fans at full speed when the temp got to a certain point. I looked at some temp tools to see that the fans were not spinning but according to the chart for the card they were supposed to be, which I guess caused the overheating issue. Also here are some codes I found on the motherboard.
Screen was not the issue or the battery, not even the charge port. I plugged it in for a while and performed a hard reset and it turned on. Yes the screen has some issues but that was not the reason for the issue. I should've tried that from the beginning.