Question about Sony VAIO FX150K Notebook
It's quite possible that you may have to re-flash it using your old bios. Simply do so (if the computer turns on) the same way as the old one, otherwise, you'll have to send it end in order for them to reflash your motherboard (or as they usually do replace the motherboard.)
YOU could try to take out the laptop coin cell battery, and look for a jumper or a removable chip very near that battery (which will be the CMOS chip, the part you just fried, and the most important part of turning on a computer other than power :P ) Which would make life much easier for repairs (and much less costly). But since it is very difficult to flash a bad CMOS chip back, and because most laptops don't have jumpers, or removable CMOS chips, you'll just have to try the battery and pray. I hope it works for you, I once did that with my old presario, and only fixed it enough to get the screen working but nothing else. Good luck, hope this helped.
Stay Spicy and happy lappying :)
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
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