Sony Vaio disassembly guides and instructions

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  1. McGraw

    McGraw Newbie

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    Hi.

    Did you get this sorted?

    I have an fw21e with a dying power socket.

    Thanks a lot.
     
  2. evalon

    evalon Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi ..
    I have a VGN-Z21 that I'd like to disassemble if that can be done in a cautious way. I understand that it is not like a VPC - Z21 but its own design.

    To that end I'd appreciate a (link to a) service manual and/or pictures of how this is done, if one of you knows of this ...

    Thanks for reading and maybe replying :)

    Jesper Mønsted
     
  3. Metsn

    Metsn Maiku Hama Yokohama

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    Here you go :)

    But please think twice before you will do anything. Exchanging HDD is relatively simple straight-forward task, while exchanging thermal paste is quite difficult and tricky thing. It's very easy to break the MB and mobo for VGN-Z costs quite a bit...
     
  4. zorkmta

    zorkmta Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi all

    Anyone has the service manual for Sony Vaio F22 series? Thanks.

    I want to replace LED Screen was broken. Anyone have it?
     
  5. Metsn

    Metsn Maiku Hama Yokohama

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    Hello,

    not sure if anyone has that VPC-F service manual, but this guide might help you...
     
  6. whizwith

    whizwith Newbie

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    Hello - Any disassembly guides for the VPCX (Vaio X) series?
    Thank you!
     
  7. electron

    electron Newbie

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    Many Thanks for keeping that file out there for so long, it's much easier to change out the HD with proper instructions, rather than the method of taking out the screws and slowly prying the keyboard off as shown elsewhere on here.
     
  8. sharr1mj

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    Is it possible to upgrade the CPU on the VAIO SE (VPCSE190X)? The comments in the video mention something about the CPU being soldered to the MB. I have a Sandy Bridge i5...looking to upgrade to an Ivy Bridge i7 if possible.
     
  9. Fishon

    Fishon I Will Close You

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    foxvengeor Newbie

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    Hi. Anyone have the service manual of VPCS vaio? The first S (up to 13 series).
    My keyboard is damaged. I had to buy another. However, impossible to find out how access the keyboard.
    It is this keyboard:
    eBay | Clavier Azerty Français VAIO VPC-S 148779431 Backlit

    Obviously there are two screws at the top and one in the middle. But impossible to remove the cover and the speakers look unremovable too...

    I tried to contact sony but obviously they sent me to a service center vaio who knows the answer. But they do not want to tell me because they want i pay for expensive repairs.
    Keyboard: 45 €.
    Repair more than 150 € and 20 days without pc because non-warranty repair center.

    Please help :(.

    PS : some pics of my vaio :
    1:
    http://hfr-rehost.net/http://self/pic/a60a0f7cbee598d377093f69a4aa67b645dfc457.jpeg



    2:

    http://hfr-rehost.net/http://self/pic/6141bb5d36e77a424a9dfdc43e61f80691140ce3.jpeg



    3:

    http://hfr-rehost.net/http://self/pic/ccef40934b919fd50f1fa276e5b976e16025e005.jpeg



    4:

    http://hfr-rehost.net/http://self/pic/e4cdf10ec9d2d10f3f4e990e4006e0a39aa0f269.jpeg



    5:

    http://hfr-rehost.net/http://self/pic/1864b9fdb85a0b0f22de1e0bcbd966adf5274c7b.jpeg


    6:

    http://hfr-rehost.net/http://self/pic/f66a553da431593fc7336b587ee091f9cbc1d304.jpeg
     
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