I lost all data and all working programs associated with Sony. I have a Sony PCG-7D2C model VGN-FS770W. What can I do now that won't cost me a fortune. Also when I type the curser keeps jumping back into the typed letters and sentences making it impossible to complete even one sentence without error.
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The VAIO VGN-T350 is a notebook computer designed and
distributed by Sony.
The hard drive on your Sony VAIO VGN-T350, which is the unit
that stores data, consists of many clusters of data that can be rewritten with
If you are looking for a memory capacity upgrade, or if your
old hard drive is having errors, it's time for an upgrade.
Upgrading the hard drive on your Sony VAIO will require the
use of a screwdriver and will take you about 30 minutes to complete.
Turn off your Sony VAIO VGN-T350 and remove the power cord and any other
Turn over your Sony VAIO VGN-T350 and locate the hard drive
chamber on the bottom of your laptop. It will be clearly labeled.
Use the screwdriver to remove the screw holding the lid in
Gently lift the hard drive and its cage away from your
laptop and disconnect the data cord.
Remove the four screws located at the corners, and then
remove your old hard drive from its cage.
Place your new internal laptop hard drive into the cage and
replace the screws.
Connect the data cord to your new hard drive and place your
new hard drive into its chamber.
Close the lid and replace the screw to complete the
operation. http://www.fonerbooks.com/laptop_1.htm http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rg_GvaMunas Sony Vaio Hard Drive Replacement This might not be your specific laptop it might give you
an insight into the hard drive installation.
Sony Vaio PCG and some Vaio VGN Series use the last 7 digits of the laptop serial number to calculate the bios master password. The serial number for a Sony Vaio is often located on the bottom of the laptop on a white sticker. The serial number may also be found by removing the battery and checking in the battery compartment. The link to unlockbiosrecovery.com below works on the following models:
PCG-C, PCG-F, PCG-GR, PCG-GRS, PCG-GRT, PCG-GRV, PCG-GRX, PCG-GRZ, PCG-N, PCG-NV205, PCG-QR, PCG-R, PCG-SR, PCG-SRX, PCG-TR, PCG-V, PCG-VX, PCG-X, PCG-Z, VGN-B, VGN-FS, VGN-S, VGN-T, VGN-TX1, VGN-X
I use http://www.unlockbiosrecovery.com/Unlock_Sony_Bios.php
For $20 they use the last 7 digits of the laptop serial number to calculate the bios master password and then email it to you in an hour. They guarantee it to work and you can call them if you have a question.
Yes, VGN-SZ430N is similar to the PCG-6Q1L. The only difference between the two coding is that the first one is the model # of the Computer used by the technical support team or sales support team for providing assistance however, the later is the Hardware configuration code of the Computer that categorizes a few models.
This program will update VAIO Launcher pre-installed on the VAIO model
VGN-FS115M -- ( Thats Ur MODEL)
This update resolves the problem of registered applications not launching from
the VAIO Launcher toolbar.
Note: This program requires VAIO Zone 1.2.05 or
later. If your VAIO model comes with VAIO Zone 1.2.02, you must first update
VAIO Zone before running this program. Download and installation
1. Download the file SOAVZN-01028300-UN.exe and save it to a download
2. Close all running applications
3. Go to the download directory and double-click SOAVZN-01028300-UN.exe
4. The InstallShield wizard starts
5. Click Next and wait while setup is installing the new software
6. Click Finish when the installation is complete