Question about Sony S2 Sports ZS-X3CP CD Boombox
SOURCE: Sony Vaio ac adapter submerged
If the ac adapter was plugged into the laptop at the time may be bad news. Unplug AC adapter, take out the battery and hold power button for 10 seconds. Then connect AC adapter and hit power. If that doesn't work put battery back in without ac adapter and hit power button.
If neither test works bring to repair center for diagnosis. Best case AC adapter would need replacing. Worst case Motherboard fried.
Posted on Mar 23, 2008
i found a solution to my problem. i just let the cam on until the battery is totally empty and recharge it.
tell me if it worked for you
Posted on Jun 30, 2008
SOURCE: Noise coming from AC adapter
There is a possibility that the power managment sestem in the computer has malfunctioned and is back feeding and burning up the supplies. You will need to take this in for a professional diagnostic to find out if you have a back feed problem. A back feed problem is rare, but not unheard of.
Posted on Jul 16, 2008
O.k. Let's start by addressing the DC jack on the laptop. This needs replaced immediately, ASAP, do not pass go, (got the picture). With the jack being broken there is the very good possibility of creating an electrical arch which can do major damage to the machine. An arch can fry the motherboard and everything attached, hard drive, memory, wireless card, keyboard, and CD/DVD drive, leaving you a door stop with a good screen. Stop using it immediately until you get the jack fixed. Once you have the jack fixed I believe that your other problems will be cured also. The laptop overheating and running slow is from the machine starving for power and the hot power supply is from the backfeed at the broken jack.
Posted on Jul 18, 2008
SOURCE: Laptop battery and AC adapter
Replace the power supply first, chirping is not good, and if the supply has a low output it could be putting out just enough to run the machine and not enough to charge the battery. Starving the machine for power can damage the machine or the battery, so, you may still need a battery, but you won't know until you replace the supply. If you do need a battery, aftermarket or generic batteries are fine. I've used them and had no problems. Many times you'll find that the aftermarket batteries are made by the same company that the laptop manufacturer uses, they just don't have the label, it's this way with damn near all the laptop manufacturers.
Posted on Jul 30, 2008
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