This user guide will point out some of the potential causes that could lead to Sony Vaio 403 System Restore error, and then suggest possible solutions that you can try to fix the problem.
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Use the following table to determine the error code that occurs when restoring a trusted system. Reset
- Normally set BIOS to defaults and try Perfect System Restore again before defining p. C. requires maintenance.
- Before configuring the service, make sure the disk is OK.
- If the recommended actions include running the Big Box Home diagnostic test in RAM and RAM is being examined, only disk maintenance is required. If the RAM fails the test, expert services are required.
- Due to contractual agreements, we can no longer sell any of our original recovery media for computers with e-media.Data that came with a previously released operating system for the Windows 7 operating system. If your computer is running an operating system prior to Windows 7, click Best Buy for VAIO Repair PC, then Recovery Options at 1-800-433-5778. ;
|12||The partition configuration used to enhance zone protection has been changed. A physical failure has occurred on a busy disk.||Remove each of the additional devices, then use recovery to recover the media. If possible, run a full RAM diagnostic test to see if the RAM is out of order.|
|29||Consider the software reinstallation process if I say that the same software was already installed on the computer by then.||Before attempting to reinstall a running VAIO Recovery Center, first uninstall the existing software version and then reinstall the software.|
|41||Task execution error returned error -1||Try the recovery media method. If possible, run a diagnostic test on the RAM component to check if the RAM is out of order.|
|63||An unknown error has occurred.||Remove additional virtual devices, and then try to recover from the recovery area or using recovery media again.|
|92||Requires files that are not on the recovery media.||Remove any additional devices, then try recovering from the recovery area or using specific recovery media.|
|127||The window will update as you progress.||Disconnect your computer from the market before attempting a restore. If an error occurs, click the main [OK] button to continue the recovery process. Due to an error, the technology may not be able to successfully complete the recovery plan, and you will have to start the recovery process again.|
|320 (when using No recovery discs)||There is a hardware problem or the recovery media plate is dirty.||Clean the surface of the recovery media, remove all mobile devices, and re-use the recovery media. If the problem persists, press the F10 key or the full ASSIST key to start the recovery zone after treatment.|
|320 (using F10)||There is a problem with the device, or the surface of all recovery media is dirty.||Try to recover all media for the recovery process. If possible, run a RAM hardware diagnostic test to see if the RAM is defective.|
|330 (using recovery discs)||There is a hardware problem or the surface of the recovery media is dirty.||Empty the recovery media, remove any additional devices, and then drag it back to the recovery media to recover data. If the problem persists, press the F10 key or the ASSIST key,to switch between recovery and recovery area.|
|330 (if set to F10)||There is a hardware problem or the surface of the recovery media is dirty.||Try to recover the media for the recovery process. If possible, run a RAM hardware diagnostic test to see if the RAM is out of order. Try it|
|332||Unable to format another section.||Please remove any additional devices and / or try recovery again from the current recovery area or using recovery media. If the problem persists, run the Erase Critical Information Tool from the recovery media, erase the data from the hard drive, and then try again with the recovery media. If possible, run a diagnostic test on the RAM electronics to determine if the RAM is out of order.|
|333||An attempt to create a nice solid section failed.||Remove any additional devices and try recovery again from the recovery area or by usingcarrier for recovery. If the problem persists, run the recovery media removal tool, delete the data file from the hard drive, and try again with the recovery media. If possible, run the RAM Tools diagnostic test to see if the RAM is out of order.|
|336||An attempt to delete a section may have failed.||Please remove any additional devices and then try recovering from the recovery corner or recovery media again. If the problem persists, start erasing the recovery media, erase most of the data on the hard drive, and then check the recovery media again. If so, run a RAM hardware diagnostic test to see if the RAM is out of order.|
|385||A media recovery read error has occurred.||Remove any additional devices and then rebuild the media again to get the recovery RAID|
|393||configuration has been changed.||Return conf Run the RAID to RAID 0 and try rebuilding.|
|396||A format error has occurred on your hard drive.||Remove all devices a little more, then try recovering outside of the recovery area, or use the recovery media again. If the problem persists, run the Recovery Media Erase Tool, erase the data on the hard drive, and then try again with the recovery media.|
|400||This is a RAM error.||The RAM needs to be replaced.|
|403||Attempting to allow recovery to a new hard drive, also known as a hard drive without partitions,||Restart your computer from the recovery CD. In the VAIO Recovery Center window, select “Complete System Restore” and then select “Skip”. The error occurs when you choose an option other than a Whole System Restore. The 403 error code is definitely not a hardware error code and will help prevent the problem from being resolved.|
|404|| A format error has actually occurred on the hard disk .|
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