Question about Sony Computers & Internet
1) Shut down the system
2) Remove the battery
3) Hold down the power button for say 2 minutes
4)Put the battery back
5) Boot the system
If you still hit the black screen with a cursor: 1) Wait for 2 mins at the black screen 2) Just type in your windows password (if you don't have one hit enter) and press enter 3) Wait for another 2-3 mins 4) Hit Alt Ctrl Delete and go to task manager (this time it should take you to the task manager) - fingers crossed LOL 5) Now do new task - explorer.exe
Hopefully you should be back in action.
Note, this is a work around and for a permanent fix either try and clean your system (check for viruses) or reinstall the system. Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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