Question about Sony VGC-LT16E VAIO 22" All-in-One Desktop PC
Computer trys to boot up but will not
It seems that your OS has registry problem, there are only two ways to fix it:-
1) Re-install your Windows with Re-partition your drives (In that case you have to take backup of your all data.)
2) Start PC in Safe mode, then download a reliable program like i always use Reginout to fix my OS registry properly.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have posted a laptop question in the desktop section. Laptop disassembly is not something you just jump into like a desktop. Laptop components are very small, and not made for assembly/disassembly. The connectors are conductive paint on ribbons, and if you remove them more than once or twice you can break the whole laptop and it won't work at all. What are you trying to do exactly. Anything more than a hard drive or memory change you should take to a technician.
Posted on Jan 13, 2010
SOURCE: Sony VAIO PCG-28l appears to
Monitor could be blown - no picture or your hard drive might be fried. At boot up look continually tap the F8 key until you get to the "Safe Mode" screen. Choose to boot into safe mode and see if that works. If it doesn't - its either the monitor or the hard drive.
There are some other recovery options depending on which version of windows you are using.
Posted on Jan 08, 2011
It is very likely to be the main board. Laptops are notorious for main board faults. That's why you have to treat them very gently. The main board can flex since they are not a rigid device. Never buy a laptop unless you really need the portability. They are MUCH more expensive and difficult to repair (not to mention worse value for money). Desktop computers are the best option. If you get a desktop computer, ask for one in a standard ATX case. Then you can get the nice cheap parts for it and it is MUCH easier to repair.
Posted on Feb 22, 2013
Hi there, it seems that the OS (operating system) is corrupted. You will need to reinstall it. Download an installation cd, burn it and you can start the process.
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Posted on Apr 15, 2013
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