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Vaio won't turn on!


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The Ken

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Hey guys, I have a Sony Vaio VGN-N130G/B. Last week i was using it one night just fine, i shut it down just fine and went to bed, the next morning i tried turning it on and it did nothing. No lights turn on at all its just dead. I took it to a computer tech and he told me that its most likely the motherboard. Thing is i have been searching around online and i have seen ppl with sort of the same problem. I was wondering if you guys might know if it really is the motherboard or maybe something else. Please i need help!
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Hello,
Do not get your hopes up.
Unplug the computer, take the battery out, wait for a few minutes.
Look for a reset button on the bottom.
Plug everything back in and hope.
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I hope lol, I'll try when i get it back from my comp tech. Any other suggestions?
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try running it with just the power cord plugged in ( ie no battery ) and then the other way around....
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