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I need the startup disks. I cannot get them from Sony.

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Have you tried looking on drivers .com or ebay?

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Why is my macbook air a1466 showin a file with a question mark when i turn it on and how do i fix it


http://support.apple.com/kb/ts1440

A flashing question mark appears when you start your Mac Symptoms

If you see a flashing question mark when you start your Mac, it's probably because it can't find the system software it needs to start up. Usually, all you have to do to get your Mac back up and running is remind it where its software is.
Resolution

If your computer starts up normally after a brief delay, you probably just need to reselect the startup disk in Startup Disk preferences. It's normal to see the flashing question mark when a startup disk has not been selected. In most cases, reselecting the startup disk is all that is required to resolve the issue.

Sometimes, your computer may not start beyond the flashing question mark.

Tip: If your computer has a gray screen (with no flashing question mark) startup issue, see Mac OS X: Gray screen appears during startup.

Check the mouse and keyboard

This issue might occur if a mouse or trackpad button is pressed during startup. Make sure the button isn't pressed.

If the issue persists, shut down your Mac with its power button, disconnect any external mouse and keyboard, then turn on your Mac with its power button. If the flashing question mark issue persists, reconnect the keyboard and mouse.

Additional steps

If your Mac still starts to a flashing question mark, follow the steps below. If any step resolves the issue, you don't need to continue to the next one.

  1. Select your Mac OS X startup disk with Startup Manager by restarting and holding the Option key. After your Mac starts up, restart again to verify that the flashing question mark does not appear.
  2. If the issue persists, insert your Mac OS X installation disc. Be sure to either use the disc that came with your Mac, or, if you installed a later Mac OS X version from disc, use the newer disc.

    MacBook Air note: On a MacBook Air, there are two options for starting up from Mac OS X media: Either connect a MacBook Air SuperDrive to the MacBook Air via the USB port and restart the computer, holding down the C key during startup, or use Remote Install Mac OS X to startup from a system software DVD that's located on a partner computer. Once started up from Mac OS X media, skip to step 3.

  3. Restart the computer, then hold the C key during startup.
  4. From the Utilities menu, choose Disk Utility. Don't click Continue.
  5. Select your Mac OS X disk (named "Macintosh HD" by default) in the left side of the Disk Utility window.
  6. Click the First Aid tab.
  7. Click Repair Disk to verify and repair any issues with your Mac OS X startup disk.
  8. After repairing the disk, try to start up normally.

    Important: If Disk Utility finds issues it cannot repair, you may need to back up as much of your data as possible (or use Time Machine to back up to a different disk), then erase the disk and reinstall Mac OS X. You should back up important files and data before erasing a drive. Erasing deletes everything on the hard disk (including things on your desktop). Also, you can install Mac OS X onto an external disk, start from the external disk, and use Migration Assistant to transfer items from your usual internal Mac OS X startup disk to the external disk, then erase the internal disk and reinstall Mac OS X.
  9. If the issue persists, and Disk Utility didn't find any irreparable issues, quit Disk Utility, quit the Installer, select your disk when prompted, and restart.
  10. If the issue continues, reset PRAM. Note: After resetting PRAM, if the computer starts up normally, reselect the startup disk in the Startup Disk preferences.
  11. If none of these steps resolve the issue, start up from the Mac OS X Installation disc and reinstall Mac OS X.
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Sony PCG-V505CP


Go into the BIOS and in Startup change the DVD/CD drive as the first boot device, then the laptop will boot up with the recovery disk. Make sure the recovery disk is in the DVD/CD drive before you booy up your laptop.

Mar 26, 2012 | Sony Computers & Internet

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I have a imac G5 2005 rev c and when it starts upit goes too a blue screen with a small folder in the middle with two faces on it that flash


Try a safe boot.
Shutdown your machine. Hold down the shift key. Poweron. Wait awhile Wait awhile while you harddrive
is being checked.
http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1455
Could be a corrupt disk. Run Disk Utility.
I suspect disk corruptions.
verify & repair your startup drive
To verify & repair you file system on the startup drive, you will need to run disk utility from you installation DVD.
This article will tell you how to get to disk utility. Once in a disk utility, you can go and attempt to recover the disk.
http://support.apple.com/kb/TS1417

To repair your startup drive, you will need to run disk utility from your startup DVD.
Mac OS X 10.4: About the utilities available on the Mac OS X 10.4 Install DVD
http://support.apple.com/kb/HT2055

Sep 18, 2011 | Apple Computers & Internet

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Sony Vaio RS-530G. Have recovery disk. Did recovery a few years ago but "think" did not install "giga pocket," but now want it installed. Probelm is, after loading recover startup it asks for disk 1. ...


Running your install disk will place a new OS on the drive and if what you want is on the disk, that as well. Make a backup of your data first then restore it all.

Jul 24, 2017 | Sony VAIO PCV-RS530G PC Desktop

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My friend has a Sony VAIO Digital Studio PCV-RX850 desktop that is not online yet, but has very slow startup issues. What can be done?


The best thing to do is remove as many "Startup" programs as you can. START>>RUN>>msconfig & enter, then go to the Startup Tab, and disable, as many things there, that you absolutely do not need, you really do not need many things starting, as you can simply start them later, also go to Services, and check Hide Microsoft Services. Here too, disable anything and set to manual. Now RAM the more the better, also ensure you have at least 25% of your hard drive free. Defragment, and do a disk cleanup too. this should help a lot.

Mar 09, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Sony vaio VGN FS 742W notebook Startup problem.When swithed ON,Vaio,Window XP screen appears and then window 'isass' appears & notebook swithes OFF automatically.Pl.advise solution for the above....


If Windows appears, and start booting, then the problem concerns the operative system and not the hardware.

That is good news, because all you need to do is using the original computer recovery disk, or finding a Windows setup disk to reinstall Windows.

To reinstall Windows, start the computer with the Recovery Disk or Windows Disk inside and chose Boot from CD when asked, then follow instructions.

Regards.

Aug 02, 2009 | Sony VAIO VGN-FJ270/B Notebook

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Vaio pcv-Rz221 I cannot boot the pc. It initiates the startup and then restarts. Can I download a sony reboot disk?


Sir,
No use of sony reboot disk in your problem.

Your RAM has gone faulty now thats why its rebooting again & again.

So just replace it new one and then you won't any such problem.

Jul 21, 2009 | Sony VAIO PCV-RZ221 PC Desktop

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Sony VAIO model SZ330P notebook. How to create Startup CD


One easy way to make a startup CD: In your c:\ drive, find and copy the folder named "i386" to a blank CD. That folder is in c:\windows You might wish to use a CD-RW so that you can overwrite in case you make a mistake. You'll also need to find and copy these three files: regedit.exe, expand.exe, and winnt32.exe. These are also in the c:\windows folder. Keep in mind that if you have to use the disk someday, you'll need your XP product code, and you'll have to go into the BIOS and set the computer to boot from CD/DVD. Hope this helps.

Feb 27, 2009 | Sony VAIO VGN-SZ330P/B Notebook

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I dont no how to play ps2 games online


if you have the chunky ps2 then go here http://www.ps2fantasy.com/hardware/ps2/online.php

it tells you how to get on line and what you need,
If you have the slim ps2 then you do not need an adapter, look here for a visual guide
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Ys2DYpNOJR4&feature=related
you will need a startup disk that should have come with your ps2

if you do not have one then contact sony for a replacement disk or ask a friend if they have one

I hope this helps

Jan 04, 2009 | Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) Console

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