Question about Sony VAIO VGC-LS21N PC Desktop
- Monitor plug is loose
- Maybe you only think that your computer has started. Hit the NUM LOCK key a few times, then CAPS LOCK key a few times. If you see the lights go on and off, your computer really did boot up. IF NOT, then the computer is really in trouble. In that case, unplug the computer and RESEAT the RAM modules; then try to restart the system.
Good luck and Happy Computing!
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