Question about Sony VAIO Digital Studio PCV-RS410 PC Desktop
Recently took off quick boot, and changed a priority load, reaches to loading screen and does not enter BSOD. Default BIOS = BSOD, no matter what I do.
Have you done any Hardware/Software Updates/Upgrades? Have you tried a System Restore/Recovery? Reseat the Memory mods, Graphic Card, etc. Try to boot to safe mode, Open msconfig, select Normal Startup, reboot. Let us know what the results are.
Posted on Jan 10, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
one of the files in the system32 directory in the windows folder is corrupt, the files in the system32 folder contains vital files for the boot procedure, try to start the machine in "safe mode" by pressing F8 after the sony boot screen, if it allows you into the operating system you will need to choose "system Restore" take the time back to at least a week before your problems started DO NOT CREATE A RESTORE POINT
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
Press Ctrl+Alt+Delete then when task manager comes up, look under processes, if "explorer.exe" is running end the task.
Next, go to File>run and run "explorer.exe". This should bring up your desktop and icons.
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Posted on Jan 20, 2009
reinstall os.bios should be preset to boot from cd/dvd but if not power on then press delete key or escape key till bios loads-in boot opt. select cd/dvd drive first boot.put os disk in drive and restart when asked to press key to boot from cd do so.follow inst. instructions.after insall detects previous version of xp select repair (r key) and follow inst. should solve startup problem without losing data.if not reinstall os but select leave files intact instead of format or you will lose all files.
Posted on May 31, 2009
there is a software you installed in your system that might mislead some dll to function restart. try to removed some recent software you installed, do it at once. but first try to update your antivirus and scan the system.
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
You could, but to be honest you're probably going to spend more money and time than it's worth.
If you're having speed issues, one possible solution is to clear space off your hard drive and run defragmentation. Your hard drive should never be over 80% of its capacity; otherwise the system can't run at peak efficiency.
If the PC still isn't running to your liking, then I'd recommend shopping for a new one.
Posted on Mar 08, 2010
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