Question about Sony Computers & Internet
If it's in warranty send it back to be repaired. I'll assume that you know that. I also assume that by "window" you mean "screen". If I owned it, I would try to see where it is loose and try to wedge a piece of non-conducting substance, preferably rubber, into places that will tighten it. Take a cheap piece of rubber and use a utility knife to shave off the pieces that you need. Don't think that this is a permanent solution - the root cause of the problem still exists and you may be doing this frequently. My second choice, assuming that it's a good laptop would be to take it to a computer repair shop. However, first get an estimate. You may not want to spend that much money on the given laptop, new ones are constantly getting cheaper because the sharply increasing sales of tablets are cutting into the sales of laptops and desktops.
Posted on Nov 14, 2013
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