Question about Sony VAIO GRZ660 Notebook
I can**t turn my laptop on at all because the DC IN outlet, or a part connected to it, does **t carry a charge to the computer or the battery. I need an alternative solution to changing the whole motherboard such as a docking station that allows me to charge my laptop's battery and power up my computer by using the outlet at the bottom of the computer.But Would a docking station solve my problem? and where can i can i find it?
I think the problem is with the DC in because for a while the computer used to only turn on after i wiggle the cable and then put something on top of it to stabilize it in a position that kept the battery's indicator light on. that's how i knew i had the right position or e**ugh of a charge for me to turn the computer on. That does **t work at all **w and ** matter how much i wiggle it only one or two sporadic flashes of light from the battery indicator would come on. And even after having the computer on for a while the battery indicator would turn off and the computer would loose power and shut itself down.
I would appreciate the help,
Maybe..maybe not..docking stations are not always the answer, if it's further down the line on the motherboard.
Posted on Mar 09, 2008
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