Re: The computer boots up just finen the screen is...
I am assuming you having power issues with the screen. If the screen turns on periodically (turns on one minute then won't turn on the next) this could be a bad capacitor which can easily be replaced as long as you know what you are doing. Could possible be the inverter was well. To test this power on the screen and shine a flashlight onto it, if you see a faint image then the inverter needs to be replaced. You can usually find replacements online and can be replaced without to much effort. But these are assumptions since the description of the issues was unclear. Also try to replace the monitor or plug it into a friends computer to make sure that its not the computer itself.
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I couldn't find out if the Vaio pcg 252l was either a monitor or laptop, but if it is a laptop, I have to dissapoint you because there is not possible to do, because the laptop isn't made to be used as a monitor, but if the Vaio is a monitor(basicly a screen), then all you have to do is to either connect a HDMI cable from the xbox to the monitor, or you can use a SCART cable, all depending on which are available on the monitor/xbox.
HDMI have better quality, in case you could use both cables.
There are a couple of things that can be causing this, For starters it may just be as simple as unplugging the screen from the motherboard and plugging it back in. the other one would be to replace the screen you can find several screens online for this laptop. You may want to test to make sure it is the screen and not the laptop its self. To test it you will need an external monitor and then attach it to the VGA/DVI/HDMI port on the laptop and then turn the laptop off and then back on again, right after you press the power button to turn it on close the lid this will force the laptop to send video to the external monitor.
If you can see the screen then all you will need to do is replace the screen, If you get NO picture on the external monitor you may want to take it to a computer shop. More than likely if don't get a picture on an external monitor then the issue is the motherboard/ram stick.