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Thursday, June 18, 2009

TIPS: Warranty for Computer Hardware

Normally before we buy something, we will asked about warranty of product. 1 week, 1 month, 3 months, 6 months, 1 years, 3 years or life time warranty. But there is something you need to know, example last Monday I bought 2 unit 160GB SATA HDD for laptop and the salesman said the HDD 3 years warranty. Actually the HDD 1 years warranty from the shop and 3 years warranty from factory. If the HDD having problem in 1 year period, you no need pay anythings but if the HDD having problem after 1 year (still in warranty time), you need to pay some money for the service charge.

They (shop) will not tell you everything unless they are your friends or buddy. If you try to claim warranty, you will brings resit along to the shop. Do you remember, before this if we buy something shop will write down something in warranty card, remember that? But nowday no more. Why this happen? This is because everything register from Internet. This is what I'm gonna tell you and why i post this topic.

If you buy something new like monitor, did you register it from internet for warranty?? The answer is NO. Actually I'm not sure is this very important or not because it's depend on factory. But better we get prepared before trouble comes.

If you buy a new laptop, did you register for the warranty from internet? Same question and the same answer is NO. Better you do that. Just login internet and register it. My friend who selling a new laptop some where in capital town said, after you go home (after buy new laptop), login to internet and register by yourself for warranty. If not difficult to claim warranty if have any trouble.

This is a quick link for register your new product that I have in my bookmark

1. Acer product
2. Samsung product
3. Lexmark product

p/s: before it's too late ehehehe

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