Shuts down in Sony® VAIO CW Series
What are the tips to resolve shut down issues in the Sony VAIO CW series?
The Sony VAIO CW series have encountered different shut down issues which includes system turning off intermittently; system shuts down at start up. It gives the user a lot of inconvenience and should be promptly solved. There could be various reasons behind the system shutting down.
Here we will talk about the shutdown of Sony VAIO CW series.
- System turns off at start up
- System turns off after a regular interval
- System turns off intermittently
System turns off at start up
The Sony VAIO CW series is prone to various threats when you log on to the Internet, and if the system abruptly shuts down at start up, it is essential to detect and diagnose the prime cause. To isolate the issue, the first step will be to boot the system and check it with different users whether the system turns off for only a specific user. If the system does the same for all the user accounts and profiles, restart the system and keep on pressing the F11 key which directs you to the system recovery window. From the recovery window select the option which says ‘system restore to an earlier date’. Select a date and recover the system to that date. The system recovery will be carried out in few minutes. Restart the PC and check if the PC shuts down again.
System turns off after a regular interval
If the Sony VAIO CW series shuts down after an interval than it has to be an issue with the power settings of the system and to resolve it , click on ‘Start’, ‘Control Panel’ and ‘Appearance and Themes’, From the option select ‘Display’ and click on ‘Display Properties’. There must be an option of power at the bottom of the window, click on settings for power scheme. The window will give options of setting the time frame to shut down the system when it sits idle. Select ‘Never’ if you want the system not to turn off on its own.
System turns off intermittently
If the system shows a trend of turning off intermittently and you lose important information, click on ‘Start’, ‘Control Panel’ and ‘Administrative Tools’. Click on the event viewer and check the time the computer shut down. There must be a software or hardware event at the time of restart, select and remove it. Open the system panel and check for any kind of dust or debris inside. Ensure that the system has got proper ventilation and there are no chances of overheating. Use air to blow out the dirt inside and check whether it helps to solve the issue.