Question about Sony VAIO PCG-K35 Notebook
I bought a new replacement power unit and it did not solve the problem
I have been working on a Sony Vaio PCG-K35 with the same problem. I replaced the motherboard and the problems still continued until I plugged it into a Sony power supply. Once I did that there was no problems and it now runs fine. The reason why I think it worked was because the Sony power supplies give the laptop more juice maybe? Anyway I hope that this little paragraph was able to help you out just a little bit.
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Posted on Aug 15, 2009
When you plug it in, does it show that the battery is charging? If not, then the DC Power socket has failed on the laptop, so a new power supply would not fix the problem.
The manufacturer will tell you to replace the motherboard, however the DC power sockets are readily available, and relatively easy to fit.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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