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Sony VGN-S170 TI Memory Stick Driver
Adding internal bluetooth to the Vaio S Series notebook.
Download Sony VGN-S TI Memory Stick Driver for Windows XP
Note for this notebook, there was actually no internal bluetooth factory installed, which is standard option in some countries like the United Kingdom. The bluetooth parts had to be manually purchased and installed from Sony.
For those interested, here are the part numbers: Cable, Coaxial With U. Con The above are all available for order at: Just reverse the process for taking it apart.
Sony electronics Computer Memory Parts List Page 13
Hard drive upgrade The biggest and fastest notebook hard drive is GB from many manufacturers. Upgrading is fairly easy, just open the case and replace the drive. At the time the S series were produced, MB memory modules were the largest available for the pin microDIMM memory slots, and the notebook supported only 2 slots, so that is how the 1GB maximum memory came to be.
That is until Swissbit released the 1GB memory module to fill both slots. Just remove the two screws holding the bottom panel of your notebook and pop them in.
Because this notebook supports socketed CPU support, all you need to upgrade to a faster Sony VGN-S170 TI Memory Stick is to simply remove the three screws holding down the heatsink above the CPU and then turn the socket lock counter-clockwise to pop out the CPU. Once the new CPU is in place, turn the socket clockwise and screw back in the heatsink. Pentium M CPU's can be found in many outlets.
Wi-Fi upgrade The Wi-Fi module is located Sony VGN-S170 TI Memory Stick the bottom of the machine near the memory modules. You may have to search for this part.
Debian HCL - Sony / vaio
See the online Gentoo documentation for more information. Xorg X11 Configuring the Xorg version of the X11 system is pretty simple and straightforward. Check out my [ xorg.
As a general rule, I always point out that you can manipulate the caps lock key to do other things such as acting like a Control key, like Sun Type5 keyboards. You can swap Sony VGN-S170 TI Memory Stick capslock with the lower-left control key with the following: EndSection Or just simply get rid of the useless caps lock altogether: I believe these issues may be related to N-Way autonegotiation, but I'm not sure.
512MB Sony VAIO Notebook PC2700 MicroDIMM (p/n VGP-MM512I)
In any case, I recommend just using Intel's e driver. It's Intel's chipset, and it's Intel's driver, so you should expect it to work. Otherwise, visit the main website at: After that, minicom or another terminal Sony VGN-S170 TI Memory Stick should suffice. The default sound-level for the laptop is almost inaudible, though, and contrary to the accompanying hard-copy documentation raising the volume does NOT appear to work using the combination Fn-Vol and the Up and Down arrow keys.
In other words, use CLI software like aumix, or one of the gnome applets to fix. As a side note, artsd sound daemon under stock KDE 2. I haven't figured out why yet.
However, this problem is gone with KDE 3. Quite obviously, by default certain features one would expect to impact performance don't appear to be turned on.