My laptop was knocked off the coffee table by my two year old son this morning. After it was knocked off, it locked up so I restarted it. After it restarted I attemtped to open a program and it froze the laptop up. I spoke with a Sony support guy and he was a complete idiot. Anyways, he told me to do a Vaio Recovery and I attempted but it got stuck while installing some of the software. Now when I try to start the laptop in Safe Mode, it locks up on the screen that is showing me what drivers were loaded. What can I try?
Ok ' I know this is not fun for you, what could have happened is that when the laptop hit the ground, the hard drive disk inside got
a ping or a scratch on it , hard to repair, hard drive would have to be replaced.
but before you do that I would take the hard drive out, and put it back in, may have just come loose from the connector.
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Hi Carol - Sometimes, a product just reaches the end of its life. A product that sees daily (or more use) for 7 years is a pretty good run. Assuming you have cleaned and maintained it, there little more that the end user can do. These makers are more complex that the old "Mr. Coffee" or percolator that used to adorn everyone's countertop; and will often cost more to repair than it's worth. You will find it is easier and quicker to replace it with a new one and probably makes more sense than investing good money in a 7 year old coffee maker.
Making your old travel trunk into a coffee table can be a very good feature to add to your decore and can be a great conversation starting piece. The best part is that turining it into a coffee table is not a very difficult thing to do.
Most travel trunks are a little too short to be a proper coffee table so you are going to want to find some table legs that you like and cut them down to the height that you want the table to be at. If they are wood you can even stain them to match the trunk or other furniture in your house.
Things you are going to need: - A travel trunk - 4 table leg straight top plates - 4 table legs - screws and a drill
If you are going to stain the legs then you should stain the legs before you start and allow them to dry.
Using the drill screw the table leg plates to the corners on the underside of the trunk. Once the legs dry screw them into the leg plates and flit the trunk over. And walla! you have a brand new vintage coffee table.
if its only 4 months old your best bet is to send it off to sony and get it repaired under warranty... they cover it for a yr from date of purchase.. all u need is the receipt.. if not most stores will be able to reprint one for you. that is ur best bet.. under warrenty sony is nice to work with out of warranty they r a monster...
If you will get the model and date code located on the bottom of the brewer and call Customer Service we will be happy to help you. If your machine is still under warranty-3 years or less-we can replace it free of charge. If it is over 3 years old, we can offer you an exchange for a new machine at a reduced price.
An ERR 2 may be cleared by a simple reset of the coffee maker. This means unplugging the unit and plugging it back in. When powered back on, select a brew function to see if the error reappears.
If it does, ERR 2 indicates an internal error with the computer of the warming plate. This may be covered under Kitchenaid's 1 Year Hassle Free Warranty. I would advise you to call Kitchenaid Customer Service to see what options are available to you. Repair is not recommended, as it is not cost effective for the company or the consumer.
Their toll-free telephone number is 1-800-541-6390.
Thank you, have a nice day.