Today I was fixing my internet via my ethernet cable(everything fine till then).Simple as always,I managed to get it working.After some time,I went for testing it on Google and,the most awkward it can get,my keyboard fully glitched out.Every key I stroke simply input a sequence of random characters(when I pressed D,it appeared as npj00JJJJJJJJJ... or something like that)and as curiosity kills,I kept on trying to type.Suddenly,my notebook started making huge noise from the fan(possible overheat) even though I had just cleared the cooling system.Was able to "run" the system for a while,but then it completely shutdown.
Now that I'm trying to restart,I can't even get past the login screen since the keyboard completely glitched out and still,after some seconds on login screen,my notebook started to overheat AGAIN,just like previously.Keep in mind I didn't even get past the login screen and it overheated,and then. It shutdown.
Can anyone please tell me what is this?Or maybe a solution?
PS:my laptop is a SONY VAIO product name VPCF236FM
PS2:I dont know if thats the issue, but i had a few trouble with Pepsi and my laptop over 2 mo ths ago,but had no problems since then.
Edited by hamluis, 08 November 2015 - 02:28 PM.
Moved from Win 7 to Internal Hardware - Hamluis.