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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try dismantling your laptop and one by one remove the module components like the Wifi card, Lan modem module (if possible) and try booting it up again and see if this problem will be solved.
What did you do prior to experiencing this particular problem?
Posted on Apr 05, 2008
I put my money on that you have a CPU over temperature problem, and/or intermittent RAM problem.
Be sure you are ESD safe when working on the electronics as follow !
I suggest, using a eye piece magnifier and a wooden tooth pick and carefully touch each pin of your RAM sockets and see if the soldering is bad, allowing the pin to move slightly. If that happens, well it needs re-soldering there, make sure you use leaded solder, not the ROHS crapp.
If that turns out to be ok, then check your processor. It might over heat.
You may want to observe if the CPU fans runs at all and if it runs at full speed most the time, even if you don't run any 'heavy' programs. This usually would indicate poor heat dissipation. Most Sony Laptops have a piece of thermal foam pad is used for heat transfer from the CPU chip into the heat sink. Over time this pad shrinks, effectively impeding the heat transfer causing the CPU to over heat and intermittent shutdowns ect. I suggest, find a new piece of thermal pad or replace that with a piece of copper sheet material and use Thermalloy transfer paste.
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
Go to the device manage and instead of disabling it, uninstall it. Then power down, move the cable to the pci port. reboot, when windows brings up the new hardware found, hit cancel until it disappears. Go back to device manager and if it has re-appeared uninstall it again and go about your business.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
The amber light on the display means that it is in standby mode; not getting video. Check the 'new' card, it may be bad as well.
Posted on Apr 07, 2010
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