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Holen günstigen Preis von amazon.de http://amzn.to/ROJ212 Notebook Akku für Sony Vaio Produktmerkmale: *Kapazität: 4800mAh | Spannung: 11,1v *Originales Smar…
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i am showing you how to remove battery of sony vaio E series Laptop.
Battery Type: Li-ion Voltage: 11.1V Capacity: 4400mAh (6 cells) Color: Silver Property: replacement Warranty: 12 months Please note: This battery fit all mod…
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At CES 2011, we covered the new Sony 3D camcorder, bloggie, Cybershot and Vaio as well as the newest top-of-the-line Bravia. You had questions! We have answers. Subscribe for free Sony gadget videos! www.youtube.com More SGNL www.youtube.com SGNL Homepage sony.com Tweet us your thoughts! twitter.com ABOUT SGNL A close-up look at Sony’s gadgets, games, movies and music.
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Sony Vaio VGN-CS110 Model PCG-3C2L cpu fan replace. Sony is offering an extended 36 month warranty on CPU fan problems for the following models: •VGN-CS1xx, VGN-CS2xx, VGN-CS3xx •VGN-BZ5xx esupport.sony.com Wyatt Computer Services has been doing free estimates in Oxford, Pennsylvania since 2000. If you are having problems with your laptop give us a call at 610-932-6320 or stop by our shop at 2222 Baltimore Pike Oxford, PA 19363
Lisa Gade reviews the Sony Vaio S 13.3″ Premium model (13A) with 3rd gen Intel Ivy Bridge CPUs and switchable graphics. The Premium model weighs just 3.69lbs. and is 0.9″ thick and it has a carbon fiber casing. The notebook has a 1600 x 900, 13.3″ display with an anti-glare coating and switchable Intel HD 4000 graphics / Nvidia GT640 LE dedicated graphics with 1 gig VRAM (Kepler). It’s available with full mobile Core i5 and i7 dual core CPUs that are faster than Ultrabook ULV CPUs. The base S 13 starts at 9, and the premium model we cover starts at 99. Read our full review here: www.mobiletechreview.com
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In this video I replace the hard drive in a Sony Vaio VGN-NR120E. Table of contents: Removal of: Battery 0:11 RAM Memory 1:07 CD Rom 1:20 Bottom Case 1:25 Hard Drive HDD 1:42 New HD 1:48 Swapping out HD Caddy 1:52 New HD Installation 2:04Reassembly 2:28 If you are having problems with your computer I can help! Send me a message or check out www.FastVideoTech.com If you plan on working on your laptop, please take notes and take your time. This video makes things look very easy. Some connectors will fall apart easier than they will disconnect and can take several minutes to slowly work apart. It is VERY easy to break small components that are expensive to replace. Depending on your individual skill level you may have more of a chance breaking something than fixing something. If your laptop is important to you, please let an experienced technician handle it. I have over 10 years experience working with computers. I will try my best to answer questions but please keep them related to the video and the work being done. Thank you for watching! Please subscribe. If you have been helped by my videos and would like to buy me a cup of coffee you can do so by going to my website and clicking “donate” at the bottom of the page. Thanks! www.FastVideoTech.com
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INFO: ———– Disclaimer: Opening your computer can void the warranty. I cannot be held responsible for any damage caused to any computer that has been taken apart using my video. Perform at your own risk and with caution. ———– This video goes through the process I took to take apart my friends Sony Vaio VGN-NW25GF/P laptop, clean it, apply new thermal paste to it and reassemble it. This is not the official way to do it. It was my first time taking apart his laptop, so some of the steps may not be in the best order. I decided to make this video because I could not find a disassembly video for this model of laptop. Also, I watched another video on Youtube which help me to disassemble a HP laptop a while back, so I decided to contribute something back and hopefully help some people Random facts: 3 hours recording 59 minutes of footage 8 hours editing/learning to use the editing software 15 minutes rendering 150 minutes uploading -_-;