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Change Harddisk in PB 15" Alu


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Hi List,

I wonder if I can change the harddisk in my PB 15" Aluminium
without loosing my warranty? The reason I want to change the
hdd myself is that I don't want to give away my PB over
christmas. The hdd is making a highpitching noise that is for
one thing very annoying and gives me the feeling that it won't
work too much longer.

chris
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MickMAC
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If you do it yourself I am sure it will void your warranty. I think your just going to have to send it in.
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