Sony offers a firmware update to resolve overheating problem

Sony offers holders a Vaio laptop series F11 and CW2 updated firmware to address an overheating problem.

Sony Vaio laptops faces a problem overheating. You can blame it on a malfunction in the system temperature management. Sony said that in rare cases, this dysfunction can cause strain on the keyboard or the outer shell and cause burns to users. Nearly half a million Sony Vaio worldwide are concerned, Sony said it had already received less than forty complaints of product deformation due to overheating.

These are Sony Vaio F and C Series of which are affected, and more precisely the F11 and CW2 series. A complete list of affected models is available on this page where we also find the remedy to be applied which involves downloading and installing a Update BIOS.

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