Question about Sony VAIO VGN-N325E Notebook
shut down computer - remove power adapter, remove battery
use a blow dryer to dry off excess water or liquid from area . if your keboard got wet, you need to remove keyboard and blow dry that area, but dont get the dryer too close to the circuitry to avoid damage by heat. if this does not resolve issue -- let it dry for several days
start computer after 3-4 days... if problem persists, call a Sony service business center.
i hope this helps you
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
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