Question about Sony VAIO Digital Studio PCV-RX660 PC Desktop
I have a Sony Vaio PCV rx660 and the problem is that i had left the computer on for a very very long time. so when i finally got back to it the computer was off. i thought i was on power save or something. but when i tried to turn it on, nothing happened. the computer is completely dead it wont turn on at all. what happen? if anybody can help me with this problem i would greatly thankful for it. please please help. and also will i be able to get any saved files from the computer if it won't come on? once again thank you!
Hi, have you tried changing the fuse in the mains plug and checked all the leads are in the back of the computer properly.
Once this is done then try switching it back on check for the fan starting up if you have changed the fuse and still here nothing then the chances are the power pack has blown.
These can be brought and are easy to replace as this is the most likely cause of the problem.
Also if you take the case off before you switch it on then look on the board and see if their are any led lights lit up their should be a couple for the modem etc if not the the power pack has blown and will need replacing these can be brought for next to nothing from any computer repair shop.
As for everything that is saved and all the files you need these will be saved onto the hard drive which can be removed and put into another computer but replacing the power pack will solve your problem.
Make sure you change the fuse in the plug as it sounds like a power surge has tripped your computer out so unless its blown the fuse in the plug then you will need to replace the power pack which would be the cheapest option.
But if you didnt want tto do this then remove the hard drive as this has all your files and all your saved files on it then this can be easily put into another computer giving you acess to all your files.
This is also easy to do and something you can do yourself as its only two block connectors that go into the back of the hard drive you remove these then remove the 2 or 4 screws running along side the hard drive then put this into another computer remove the hard drive your not using and put yours in place then it will be exactly how your own computer was in the first place.
Let me know if you have any problems and ill be glad to assist you further ok
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