My Sony Vaio won't turn on... HELP!!!!! 2 nights ago I was playing a game on my laptop (Sony Vaio v505-dx) when I noticed it was getting really hot. I also had it next to a blanket and Im sure the fan wasnt letting out enough air. Anyway, i decided to let it cool down so I shut off the game and shut off my computer. The next morning it wouldnt turn on. i tried everything sony said I should do and nothing. My problem is that Im in italy and have no way of getting this somewhere to be fixed. I'll be here for another 2 months and really need my comp. There's more. The light for the adapter comes on but not the computer light to say it is charging. Im not sure whether i turned it off that night or put it on stand by, which ive been doing a lot. In the past month, sometimes I put it on stand by and find, the next morning, that i have to press the power button to turn it on. Then when everything turns on it says it has just recovered from a serious problem. I cant send those messages out because it was very hard for me to get it connected to the internet. I have never had a problem like this before. I have been surfing the web and apparently, sony has problems with over heating and usually computers turn on for a moment and then shut off after 2-5 mins. Mine wont even turn on or show that its recieving power. Before this, i have had to replace my charger because with the last one I would have to fiddle around with the cord until it gave my comp power (pressing it up or down or sideways etc.) I was beginning to experience the same problems with this cord. I think these may be the problems but dont know how to find out if im right. -the power cord may be busted and my comp got drained of power the night before and has no power. -My battery may be dead... however, Ive had this laptop for 2 years and I dont think that might be the problem, but I dont know the symptoms of that. -My comp is fried. I had been using the comp the same way for about 2 weeks before it happened, so i dont know if it couldve eventually fried or if its not possible. i used to use a converter, but saw that no one at my school used one, they just plugged their comps into the wall with a different, smaller plug so I did the same and it was working just the same for 2 weeks or maybe less. I dont know what else it could be. I really need help because I cant send it home to be checked and I dont think I trust getting it checked out over here... Help!!!