- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
Does anything ever post to the screen when you press the power button?
if not, it's your video card. The links below are for 1 long and 2 short
and they say it's the video card. I've heard that Sony extended the
warranty on some models so you might want to go to their website and
check yours or in a google search type: Sony GPU Extended Warranty. I
did and I see they extended it from one to three years. They have the
faulty Nvidia Graphics Card which was a major problem for many
Upon starting go to bios settings, click "F2" to access the bios, go to to exit, choose "Default Maximum setting", save upon exit....restart.
Hope that helps you out, msg. me is there are still problems.
Thanks for asking FixYa!
Please press and hold the F2 Key while restarting the Computer to access the BIOS Utility Windows/BIOS settings. Please make sure that you press and hold the F2 Key at the Sony VAIO Logo screen while restarting the Computer to access the BIOS window. You may need to press the F10 Key to Save the changes made, F9 to restore the default values or Esc to exit the BIOS.
Hope this helps.
Please post back if you require further assistance.
pls consider changing ur RAM issue will be resolved most likely ok let me know , there is strong chance ur RAM is faulty, if power comes but unable to start the system u see blank screen and no hard disk activity and light blinking then it is the RAM issue
pls rate me if i solved ur problem or explain ur problem in detail
Look for the blue FN key, hold it down (use it like a shift key)
While holding it, look for a key, also printed in blue with a picture that is half sun/half moon. On my laptop is the F8 key. As you press the key watch the screen to see if gets lighter.
it's possibly a hardware problem but you should make sure it isn't a software problem by putting in your system restore cd and restoring the DLL that you deleted, it could be an important system file. If it is a hardware problem, the first thing to try is taking out your memory and sticking it back in place, make sure it's clean and put it in there tight.