During a local holiday, I wanted to use my old Vaio laptop, but it was not booting for over 4 hours.
Since it was already late night, nearby electronic stores were already closed. I tried rebooting it several times for 4-5 hours but still having the same problem. And so, I tried searching online for someone to help me. Luckily, I found JapanAid PC Rescue 99 website (https://pc99.org/e) .
I called them and received below support.
I told JapanAid PC Rescue99 symptoms of my PC over the phone. My PC is a Vaio laptop I purchased 8 years ago. Last time I had the repair, it was 2 years ago for a replacement of Solid-State Drive (SSD). The problem I had was that after booting it there was no Windows OS displaying (black screen). Although, I can hear the sound of the fan.
After that, I was advised to perform the following procedures with remote support from them.
Power down the laptop, removed the AC adaptor cable off from and left it for 2-3 minutes.
Removed the cover of the laptop. I used magnetic screwdriver with magnet. But IF YOU REPAIR MAC BOOK AIR OR iOS, PLEASE USE OTHER SPECIAL SCREWDRIVER AND TOOLS.
Once I opened the laptop, I sent them picture of the inside of the PC and they help me identify the fan location. I also softly clean the fan with 3 cotton swabs per their advice.
Returned the bottom cover of the laptop.
Reconnected the AC adaptor cable and booted the laptop.
From the display, Windows OS is also showing so I was able to verify quickly that my PC is already working fine.
After my PC was working, JapaAid PC Rescue 99 informed me that the PC issue I had was mainly due to PC overheat. It got resolved by shutting down the PC and performing soft cleanup of the fan.
If you are encountering any PC problems, I would highly suggest you to consult to JapanAid PCRescue 99 (https://pc99.org/e). They have readily available bilingual engineers to help you resolve your PC problems. So, please do not hesitate to reach out to them.