Question about Sony VAIO PCG-K35 Notebook
Sorry about your SONY problems.
You may want to try another charger,
Your charger changes your input voltage from A/C 120V / 220V to a constant regulated 19.77 ? Volts DC. or direct currant.
If your charger is allowing to much A/C to pass to the Unit, the unit may charge OK but with sense the incoming and as a protection, will shut down the power source.
I would take the charger to a Radio Shack or maybe someone qualified to check it !
If the charger is fairly old and you live in a lightning area, this may be the case.
If your unit will run without the charger attached, Boot it up regularly ( not in safe mode ) and make sure the battery if not at fault.
If you have a battery check utility !
Hope this information has helped you with your problem.
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