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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Lift up and remove notebook display panel.
Remove hard drive cover, memory cover and modem cover from the bottom of the notebook. Each cover is secured by one screw.
Here’s how you can remove the hard drive. Remove four screws securing the hard drive caddy to the base assembly. Slide the hard drive down to disconnect it from the motherboard. Lift up and remove the hard drive.
Removing memory modules (if needed). Carefully spread latches on both sides of the memory slot. The memory module will pop up at 30 degree angle. Pull the memory module from the slot by the edges.
Removing modem card (if needed). Remove two screws securing the modem card. Lift up the modem card to disconnect it from the motherboard and unplug cable from the side.
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DR GEEK MD
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
It does not seem that this model has built in wifi capability. If you click on start then run, and type ncpa.cpl and click ok. That should bring up Network connections, if you see wireless network connection then you have wifi capability. If it is not there then you do not have wifi capability. (In vista type ncpa.cpl in the start search box instead of run). If you do not have wifi capability you can add a USB wifi adapter to the computer. You can get a USB wifi adapter at any electronic store that sells computer components.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
Happy New Year,
you have to see the manual, of the software and board (installed) to see TV in you PC.
it is suppose to be installed when you purchase the VAIO
Posted on Jan 01, 2010
It's quite difficult to access (removal of back cover, base including PSU and HDD) and once you do get to it you'll find it's a laptop-style video card. It's secured to the TV card and has proprietary plugs that I have not been able to match. My video card went bad (white lines, artifacts, etc.) and unfortunately that seems to be the kiss of death for this system as finding a replacement is impossible (for me, at least). Able to salvage the hard drive, cpu, ram, and some smaller items, but the rest are proprietary and won't work on other desktops or laptops.
Posted on Jun 16, 2010
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