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I'm unsure of why you would need to reseat a laptop hard drive - but it's easy to do in most laptops. Usually there is a rectangular cover on the bottom of the laptop - usually only 2 screws securing it. Remove screws, Remove cover, unplug hard drive, plug hard drive back in, replace cover and screws.
Purchase a new fan for the Sony Vaio model you have by checking the owner's manual of your computer or consult the Sony website for the correct part number. 2
Remove the power cord from your computer and then remove the battery. Unlock the battery and slide it from the bottom of the laptop. Allow it to sit for 5-10 minutes after removing the battery.
Turn the computer with the left side facing toward you and locate the only screw found on the left side and remove it. Remove the panel by sliding it toward you and set it aside. 4
Slide the panel covering the power buttons to the left and detach the ribbon cable connecting it to the motherboard and then remove the panel gently. 5
Remove the keyboard by unscrewing the small screw directly above the keyboard. Once the screw is removed, gently lift the keyboard and detach the small cord connecting it to the motherboard. Set the keyboard aside. 6
Remove the plate under the keyboard by unscrewing the three screws and lift the plate out. 7
Disconnect the cooler fan from the motherboard by pressing the connectors in and removing them from the sockets. Once the connections have been removed, lift the cooling fan up out of the computer. 8
Replace the old fan with the new one you purchased and attach the two connectors. Reinstall the metal plate back on top of the fan and attach the screws.
try going into safe mode,remove the drivers reboot ,if you are able to see windows you have driver problem,if not your inverter is bad this a small board which sits under the lcd bazel.ONLY ATTEMPT THE FOLLOWING IF YOU FEEL COMFORTABLE OTHERWISE GET A PROFESSIONAL.If you are going to tackle this make sure the battery is removed the ac as well.now your lcd has rubber feet covering some screws remove the rubber feet you will see the screws remove the screws carefully remove the plastic bazel by prying it away with your fingers
the inverter sits below the lcd make sure both cables are snug.Usually sometimes its the conector on the right that comes loose.
Dunt open and close lcd too muh otherwise it will damge your lcd cover and lcd bezel than it will cost u more. Remove all lcd screw cap and remove screws than slowly pull out lcd bezel and check is really hinges is gone or screw is loose. For Key u have to check it that any of latch of behind key is broken or fine. If its fine than just put that parallel to other keys and press it. it will seat back on jumper.
In front of the screen you should see little rubber contact pieces shoild be about 4- 6 remove these and underneath are the screws to remove housing. Inside you will see how lcd screen is attached. Remove lcd screen then replace what you need to. This is the same for most laptops and I would just google your model # tofind out exactly how to.
The hard drive is behind the cover where the mic and earphone are located. Turn the laptop over and there is a single screw that secures this cover. Remove the screw then slide the cover and hard drive out. The cover and cradle are attached to the hard drive.
hi, it sounds like the backlight inverter is failing. you will need to remove the screen surround to acess it . make sure you remove all power and battery before atempting. its not too difficult a job to attempt. remove any rubber bumpers around the screen to reveal the screws holding the surround in place, remove the screws then you will need to clip out the surround taking care not to damage your screen. when the surround is off this should expose the backlight inverter a small circuit board about 10-15cm long there are wires attached either end its simply a case of removing the wires and replacing the inverter. putting back together is simply a reversal of the dismantling proceedure.
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on the bottom of the laptop there should be four screws un screw those and take the cover off next take the keyboard and top covering off then carfully remove the hard drive which should be loacted near one of the fans.