Question about Sony VAIO VGN-SZ110/B Notebook
When the laptop is on if i close the lid it should generally go to sleep mode its working well but iam getting a huge noise like when we are fixing a mic for any functions when we tune it, we will generally get this sort of sound does any body have a solution for this
So according to you it is making a high pitched noise. OK. So here's the answer. This type of issue is seen in some reasons. The first thing is that the Laptop's Fans. This noise issue is a generic issue for most of the laptop's of this model. The fans of the laptop can be dirty. They can make the noise. The noise can also be from HDD. Also the final point which can cause this problem is the FL Inverter Board is faulty. This problem is a very complicated issue. If you are under warrenty, you can easily get a free repair as this issue is complicated. Also if you are not under warrenty, you can check the laptop's internal parts with the help of a Service Manual.
Thank you Sir, Have a nice day.
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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