One thing to do in the meantime, you can try to charge it. Keep it on the plug until it says it is full. Then, boot it up. If it doesn't go into Windows, don't worry. Keep it on until the battery dies.
If it boots, do this.
"DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION is very common if you have a Solid State Drive (SSD) in Windows 8. Many SSDs can’t handle Windows 8 correctly until you update the firmware on the drive. Firmware means memory and code on the device itself that controls it. The newer the firmware, the more likely it is to handle something new. (For example, if you own a Blu-Ray player, odds are you’ve updated it at least once through the Internet. That’s firmware.)
To update the firmware of your SSD, you first need to retrieve the model number.
- Press Windows Key + X to bring up the Power User menu
- Click Control Panel
- Click System when viewing by Small Icons
- Click Device Manager
- Click the arrow next to Disk Drives
- Record the model number and Google it along with the word “firmware”"
Also, take a look at this and see if anything here is helpful.