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Sony PCV-RX590G won't power up - Sony VAIO PCV-RX590G (A8058418A) PC Desktop

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  • jackthay Nov 20, 2009

    no sign of life at all, used pcu tester - pcu OK. i disassembled the computer, cleaned all contacts and started reassembling. reinstalled:
    1) cpu/memory,
    2) video card.
    tried to restart and system booted, but with problems.
    in the end this system had a bad video card and MB battery.

    Note:
    a local computer repair store said the system was fried.

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Need more info, any lights, sounds or things on the screen???

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I suggest you install the Sony motherboard device drivers.
You can download the device drivers from the Sony WEB site.
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It's a laptop I'll bet they require you to get authorization and return for service. Do so.

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