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If memory serves me, the mass storage controller is part of the chipset software. Here is a link to the driver download for you laptop. Choose the OS, and then look under motherboard for the chipset driver. While you are there, you might even update all your hardware drivers.
they do make ****, and its expensive to replace any of thier parts...you have to replace it, but if you search by make of laptop usually you can find a comparable one for cheap. may be out of a different sony or a different brand but if its the same num it will work
sounds more like your dc jack(where you insert your plug into the laptop ) is going bad. If you have a multimeter the first thing to test would be your charger to make sure it isnt faulty. If the charger is fine then it is most certainly the dc jack. Replacing the dc jack is best to be left to someone who specializes in that kind of repair but if you know how to solder it may be something that you can do yourself. click here for more info on dc jacks.