Sony Vaio Laptop Parts for Sale

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My Old Vaio

Well, my name is Kumar Chheda and I am a student at Ohio Wesleyan University, currently in my senior year. I had a Sony Vaio PCG-FXA32 that I had bought in freshman year and it worked really well for a long time...until in May '04 it died, never to return again.

So now that I don't have the laptop, I have its perfectly usable parts that still work fine and so I'm selling them. (If you're curious, the problem with my laptop was the motherboard and hard disk incompatibility. They just don't make those outdated motherboards anymore. The other hardware doesn't support the newer motherboards. Read more about it here).

So these are the parts from my laptop that you may need -

- Laptop Battery
- Power cable/adapter
- Internal Floppy Drive Unit.

Everything is in great working condition. Most of these parts should work on the Sony Vaio PCG - F, FX, FXA series. If you have any other series, please see the pictures on the specific pages and try to see if you can see any dis-similarities between the parts I have and the parts your laptop came with. There may be online resources to find the model numbers for parts of your laptop. Email me with specific questions about model numbers of these parts here, if you have any.

Please click the links to learn more about each of those above. If you have any question, please feel free to email me. The prices are what I consider reasonable. You may disagree on that, but I am willing to consider to reduce them if you have a good point about why that should be done.

That said and done, I don't want to take too much of your time. So feel free to browse. This site is pretty simple and linear in structure, so have fun browsing.



Power Adapter

Floppy Drive

Copyright 2004 Kumar A. Chheda. You may not use images or content from this website anywhere else without my explicit permission. I am sorry this site isn't great with Netscape or Mozilla. I wish it would be, but right now the easiest option for me is to create it in Microsoft Frontpage and I will stick to it for now. Thank you for understanding.

  Created: November 5, 2004. Last updated: November 5, 2004 by Kumar Chheda