Question about Sony VAIO Digital Studio PCV-RX650 PC Desktop
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1) Side Cover off; Observe whether the fan that pushed air over the Processor is operating.
2) Remove all ram memory modules, and reseat them.
Doesn't take much to bump a ram memory module ('Stick') loose.
Although they may appear to be correctly seated in the their individual ram slots, it is just added assurance to remove, and replace them.
3) Computer was unplugged from power, and if you reached inside, you did observe Anti-Static Precautions, correct?
Your body carries Static electricity.
Static will fry out (Short Circuit), the delicate hardware components inside a computer.
You must relieve your body of Static BEFORE, reaching inside your computer.
Computer unplugged from power, Touch the metal frame of the open computer case, to relieve your body of Static.
As also has been stated, make sure all cables all plugged in tightly.
This is Sony eSupport > Vaio PCV-RX650 desktop computer >
Left-click on Manuals, Specs, Warranty
Under the Manuals heading, left-click on System Reference Manual
Posted on Jul 15, 2010
Take the cover back off, remove and refit all the power and data cables 1 by, you may have disturbed 1 without knowing.also check data cable connection to the motherboard.
When you refit the cover, make sure it on securly and fully. Some cases have anti tamper switches and wont boot if the case is loose.
If it still wont book get back in touch and we can try something else
Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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Plug in an external monitor and see if the display shows up on it. It can be any kind of monitor even the old big fat crt monitors as long as it has a vga cable to connect to your computer's vga port. If so that proves your video card is ok. The video will show on most systems when you reboot without you having to do anything. Some systems will require you to hit the FN (Function key) + F1 thru F12. Hold down the FN key then hit the correct key for displaying on the monitor (F1 thru F12). The correct key will normally have CRT/LCD on it or it will have the icon of a display.
If you see no icons by shinning a flash light and the external monitor works, then your screen is bad. If you see no icons by shinning the flash light and nothing shows on the external monitor, then most likely your video card is bad.
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