Question about Sony VAIO VGN-S460 Notebook
It got wet
Some notebooks has moisture sensors that will disable them until it has dropped far enough to avoid damaging the very low level IC that have operating currents in the nano and femtoampere ranges.
Unless it was dunked, I would recommend leaving the cover open and putting it in the path of warm air for several days before trying it again. Remove the battery pack, and if there is any space around rear connectors, point that panel toward the source of air flow. And if your optical drive has a small hole near the drawer, straighten a standard paper clip, push it into that hole, try to eject the drawer manually and if you can, leave it open too.
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
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