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Based on the information you have provided, it seems that the issue might be with the LCD Screen.
However, to confirm if the issue is Hardware related, please boot the Computer to the BIOS and check if the black strip is also displayed in the BIOS.
If the above condition is true, the issue might be Hardware related.
Hence, it would be better to get the Unit serviced at the Sony authorized Service Center.
Hope this helps.
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Hi dinesh_srika, If the Hard Drive is not detected in the BIOS, there may be some Hardware related issues with the Hard Drive. So it is better to repair the Computer at service Center to identify the exact issue and fixit. Below is the link to contact the Sony Service Center. http://www.sony.com/repair Hope this helps.. Thanks for using Fixya.
i have sony vaio vgn-sz58gn model laptop with windows xp installed. but on touchpad whenever i move cursor to up, it goes to down. if u move cursor to down, it goes up. can you provide me solution pls for that?
pls consider changing ur RAM issue will be resolved most likely ok let me know , there is strong chance ur RAM is faulty, if power comes but unable to start the system u see blank screen and no hard disk activity and light blinking then it is the RAM issue
pls rate me if i solved ur problem or explain ur problem in detail
it's possibly a hardware problem but you should make sure it isn't a software problem by putting in your system restore cd and restoring the DLL that you deleted, it could be an important system file. If it is a hardware problem, the first thing to try is taking out your memory and sticking it back in place, make sure it's clean and put it in there tight.