Worried Sony Vaio owners will be anxiously scanning the web these days, to see what is the eventual outcome of the rumours and counter rumours regarding the overheating problems suffered by this machine.
The Wall Street Journal advised that the computer giant was going to recall 259,000
Vaios in the US, 103,000 in the UK and 172,000 in Asia. This is a huge number of supposedly defective laptops and the release of this news caused widespread anguish among Vaio users.
Sony has since advised that no recall will be carried out and that potential issues with the VPCF11 or VPCCW2 can be resolved by a download from their site at; http://genesis.sony-europe.com/instranet/ccil_sony/selfservice/index.jsp?DocId=47558&l=en_GB. Here you can also check whether you laptop is one of those which might possibly be affected or not.
This is not the first time that Sony has experienced serious problems with Sony Vaio machines getting too hot, and we hope that the downloading of this BIOS quickly and efficiently solves the issue once and for all.