Sony Vaio pcg 7113m won't turn on?

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  1. Jenna Nguyen says:

    It could be the overheating issues;

    Clean up your Sony Vaio PCG-7113m laptop air vents with airduster and make sure air vents are not blocked.

    Always set laptop on a flat surface, so air can flow freely around and underneath it.

    Never use your laptop and charger on bed/couch with fan ventilation covered.

    Buy a good quality laptop cooling pad.

    Buy a good quality charger. A good quality charger is not supposed to be too hot unless you were using it on your couch or bed that block the heat dissipation and ventilation. That is a bad habit since it will shorten the laptop and charger lifespan significantly.

    Install more RAM/memory

    Try boot in "safe mode". As it starts up keep tapping F8. Highlight "safe mode" and press enter. See if your Sony Vaio PCG-7113m laptop works normal.

    If it runs normal now, do the following maintenance and tune up:

    Scan with a antivirus program & spyware/malware program to see if there is any unwanted programs. Remove the unnecessary programs and applications.

    DEFRAG C: & CHKDSK C: ; use external harddrive for all future downloads.

    Clean up registry problems using Reginout registry manager.

    If problem persists, as a last resort you might need to fdisk, reformat your Sony Vaio PCG-7113m laptop hard disk clean and reinstall OS. But before doing so, try the steps above first.

    Also, try remove the battery and charger/ac adapter/power cord from your Sony Vaio PCG-7113m laptop, press and hold the power button for 20 seconds to discharge any residual current inside the laptop. This clears your RAM and is like a hardware reset. Replace the battery and charger/ac adapter/power cord and turn your laptop on.

    Check if it’s something to do with your laptop power cord or power source problem. Insufficient power might cause some of those issues as well. Take the battery out and power on your laptop Sony Vaio PCG-7113m with the charger only.

    —Make sure your laptop power jack and charger plug tip are securely connected. If power jack is loose you can find laptop power jack on ebay. However, fixing and soldering the power jack requires professional skill.

    —Always, the green/blue LED on charger needs to be constantly on. If not, replace the defective charger. Since battery/ ac adapter has its own lifespan and does not last forever, to help you save up some, you can consider getting a Sony Vaio PCG-7113m charger under lifetime warranty from store like topmic.com

    Wish the Best.

  2. Maybe your battery is dead. Charger is broken or in the worst case: laptop’s broken. I’d try and find another charger, to see if it charges it. If that doesn’t work, get it to a PC centre.
    Hope this helps. Good luck.

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