Official Vaio Pro 13 Owners Lounge (SVP13 2013)

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If you had the option to choose between touch / non-touch with all its pros & cons, what model w

  1. non-touch

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  2. touch

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  3. no idea - you tell me what's good for me

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  1. ExBriaN77

    ExBriaN77 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hello,

    This is an original one, genuine one bought in Amazon.
     
  2. guho

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    Several options: install w10 on a second partition and see whether ac8260 works. Even with builtin drivers it should work. You did reconnect both antennas right? If not perhaps ac8260 card bad or not seated correctly in m2 slot. Does your old n7260 still work when reinstalled?

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  3. ExBriaN77

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    Hello
    I have tries in w8.1 and w10 I do have the same issue each time (code 10 error - the device cannot start)

    Even after viewing numbers of videos on youtube the problem still here...

    Yes both antenna are properly connected, I have double checked each time...
    Yes when I reconnect the old 7260 card it is working... so weird...
    Are there any bios manipulation that I should do?
    Maybe the chipset do not allow me the connect a "none" stock device ?
     
  4. guho

    guho Notebook Consultant

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    Have latest BIOS?

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  5. ExBriaN77

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    Yes I guess so... bios version is R1044V7
    What is yours?


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  6. guho

    guho Notebook Consultant

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    The latest is Version:

    R1045V7

    I would not be surprised if that solves your ac8260 problem assuming your ac8260 is not defective.

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  7. ExBriaN77

    ExBriaN77 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Allright
    You do have the vp1321 ?
    I have read somewhere that the bios version is different for the VP1322.

    Are there any thing to do before upgrading the bios?

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  8. Kain

    Kain Notebook Evangelist

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    How much could I sell my SVP13226PXB that is in flawless condition and used very little? I just turn it on maybe once every few weeks for updates and whatnot. I'm always on my desktop PC.

    Specs:

    Sony VAIO Pro 13 | Intel Core i7-4500U | 8 GB DDR3 1600 MHz | Intel HD Graphics 4400 | 256 GB PCIe SSD | 13.3" Full HD IPS touch display | Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
     
  9. guho

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    @Kain: I have the i5 version and it already gets loud when working or even when windows starts background processes (am in balanced mode, don't remember fan mode but definitely not the loudest always-on). I am wondering how loud is your Sony VAIO Pro 13 | Intel Core i7-4500U?
     
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    My SVP 13 i5 256GB reports hardware problem when running the built-in Windows Memory Diagnostics from Windows 10 Pro x64. I know the memory is soldered. Does this mean my machine is now a total loss? I have also gotten memory-related BSOD during regular use so I know there is something wrong. Can this be repaired?

    Addendum: memtest86 5.1.0 is on its fourth pass and still has not reported any errors. So either it is intermittent or some Windows 10 problem. Could someone running w10 try the windows memory diagnostic to see whether it passes?
     
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