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sony VAIO Troubleshooting
This troubleshooting page will diagnose problems with the sony VAIO PCG-81312L.
Keyboard/Keys Not Responding
If the keys on the key board are missing/broke or not responding.
Keys Are Stuck In Place
When keys can't be pressed, there may be something below the physical key holding it up. To fix this, remove the key and make sure nothing is stuck below it. You may need to wipe off the area underneath. Once it is sufficiently clean, snap the key back into position.
Keys Are Missing
If keys on the keyboard are missing, replace them.
Computer Won't Boot
Your computer does not load the Operating System and instead takes you to an error message.
RAM is Dislodged
The RAM can be dislodged from its original positioning at times. When this happens you will need to access the RAM and position it correctly
Not Enough RAM
If your computer crashes during normal operation, crashes during memory intensive tasks, or beeps and will not boot up, this means you have bad RAM or that you do not have enough RAM. Install RAM into your computer.
Computer System Lag
If the computer is not running at a speed that was proficient enough
If the computer runs slower than remembered, the user should check the battery for leaks. If the battery is leaking than the user should seek out and purchase a new battery, then replace the older battery with the newer one.
If the screen fails to be responsive, replace the battery using this guide.