Question about Sony Notebook Computer Cooling Pad Laptop Cooler
Used laptop this morning, would not turn off when I tried. Now hours later it will not respond to trying to open a program and still won't turn off. Help?
Your laptop may be frozen. If you have it plugged up in the wall, unplug it from the wall and the back of the laptop. Let the battery run out and the computer will go off. Then try turning it back on, do the same thing you did the morning it froze, then try turning it off. If that doesn't work, then you might need to get it check at a repair shop.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
Open the following folder on the hard drive: C:\Program Files\Sony\Setting Utility Series.
Click on the file named "VCCPointingDevice.exe." The VCC Pointing Device tool opens.
Uncheck the checkbox in front of the "Enable" option and click "OK." The trackpad is disabled.
hope this helps
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