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Can you be more specific? For me, I can see there is voltage (16V) on the ac jack, and there are various voltages elsewhere on the board. A while later the laptop began to get "fussy" about when it would charge, and would sometimes only charge if the cord was in a certain position. NO! http://htbsoftware.com/sony-vaio/sony-vaio-no-power.html
Was working fine then I shut down, now it wont turn on. Conversely, is there a pinout anywhere of the 44-pin interface so I could jury-rig it with a spare IDE cable and molex connector? Reply 0 Kudos Report Content baraka80 New 1 Post July Re: Vaio Duo - won't turn on even when plugged in Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Some more tinkering and I found it was the CMOS battery (looks like a watch battery) - on the underside of the laptop that can be found behind a panel held https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/482730/sony-vaio-wont-charge-or-power-up/
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raotech laptop and projector lab 14,088 views 23:23 Sony VAIO - Some troubleshooting steps to help you if your VAIO will not power on - Duration: 2:34. Reply 0 Kudos Report Content « Message Listing « Previous Topic Next Topic » Top Tags vaiosonylaptopproblemwindowsdriversdriverrecovery7windows_7screengraphicsupgradehelpkeyboarddisplayupdatecardbatteryboot_problemsdriverepairsony_vaiovgnwirelessbioswindows_8replacementwebcam8 View All Find a StoreFind a StoreSearchSee Our LocationsCommunityBlog: the News from SonyPhoto GalleryProduct It should start plugged in with no battery. Published on Dec 1, 2015laptop Category Science & Technology License Standard YouTube License Show more Show less Loading...
also there is a ribbon cable from power button to motherboard if jack checks out ok. Sign in to make your opinion count. I've gotta head to work for now, but will try your other suggestions in a while. Sony Vaio Lock Unlock Switch who knows) also i read charging circuits can be damaged from a bad battery but that would only explain the charging issue not the no start issue.
Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Find out whyClose SONY VAIO CORE I 3 LAPTOP, PROBLEM IS DEAD OR NO POWER ON HOW TO SOLVE DEAD OR NO POWER raotech laptop and projector I'm not sure if that means that it won't start with any working/non-working battery connected, or if the battery needs to be working. I'm not sure if that means that it won't start with any working/non-working battery connected, or if the battery needs to be working.
Back to top #4 caperdog caperdog BC Advisor 954 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Nova Scotia Local time:02:09 PM Posted 23 January 2013 - 09:33 PM I agree, I thought you were
I tried a lot of fixes including opening the unit and running a small fan over the CPU to help keep it cool. Sony Vaio Wont Turn On Black Screen befor i brought it the person seid smoke come out of it !! Can you give me a pointer? It shouldn't really be a pain since it's in plain sight with the bottom of the laptop removed. ;) As for removing and replacing the memory, that's been done several times
Sony Vaio Laptop Wont Turn On Or Charge
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This lead me to believe that this was a problem with the adapter itself, I purchased yet another one. http://htbsoftware.com/sony-vaio/sony-vaio-vgn-s260-laptop-won-t-power-on.html Just a minute ago, it shut itself down again. Charging circuits are in the motherboard, but if it will not start plugged in the problem is before that. Jumpy "Stabilising Lust3r core." Reply 0 Kudos Report Content MarthaHF New 1 Post a month ago Re: Vaio Duo - won't turn on even when plugged in Options Mark as New Sony Vaio Laptop Wont Turn On But Is Receiving Power
Abdullah Khatib 17,618 views 5:19 Loading more suggestions... I'm totally not tech-savvy. I blame the lame processor or mobo or also the poor air flow in the laptop. http://htbsoftware.com/sony-vaio/sony-vaio-doesn-t-power-up.html We opened it up again and poked around with the hard drive.
Thanks! Sony Vaio Not Receiving Power Nick Hope Aug 13, 2004, 12:30am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: Sony vaio won't turn on - no power, no Any suggestions?
but problem solved! (repaired) - Duration: 7:35. That fixed the problem... This is acceptable. 2) You'll have to set your notebook hard drive to "slave" or "cable select" via the jumpers on the back, and put it in the slaved position on Sony Vaio Doesn't Turn On Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - thats a sony GRX690 memory from 4 years ago by Qosmio / December 5, 2005 10:56 AM PST In reply to: RE: Laptop
mrhappy0121 2,710,100 views 2:09 Help sony vaio won't turn on just shine bottom - Duration: 0:41. RSK-TechHelp 35,571 views 9:15 Vaio Laptop Won't Turn On, No Charging, No indicators ON, Fixed - Duration: 34:56. It didn't make sense to me, but it worked. this contact form There are loads of references to him in other threads about GRX problems.
Are you saying there are further connections from the AC jack to elsewhere that it's worth checking? Never buy Sony again. When I push the button to turn it on i can see the power light on and the battery light on too but the laptop is unresponsive.Have you send yours to eriks sadovskis 2,800 views 0:41 How to fix Sony VAIO VPCEE41FD black screen? - Duration: 6:50.
this guy claims pressure on ram modules will make it start hold power button in for 30 seconds hardware reset Remove the battery and charger/ac adapter/power cord from I know this can be a pain, but I have seen a few machines spring back to life after this simple 'fix'. Bonnie C Peter Jam Mar 29, 2005, 10:41am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: Sony vaio won't turn on - no
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