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yeah but i heard vaio doesnt cover magnetic damages or is it different?
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Who ever said anything about magnetic damages? :whistling:
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true but my friend said they can tell?
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I would really be interested how, just tell them the hard drive is faulty and it needs replacing. If they say anything about magnet errors then they are just a bunch of weirdo's who have nothing better to do than troll the G2G forums and guess who's problem is which computer they're trying to fix...

Otherwise, just find out how much, say thank you very much, take your computer back and buy another hard drive.
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Also, it was working fine for two weeks, so it must be something else.
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so i called sony's helpline their going to "process" it and ship me a box to ship my laptop to them and their going to fix it, im guessing no charges or whatever?

*crosses fingers* i shouldnt count my oranges right now before my laptop ships back perfectly~ =)
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It's a warranty, they should do it no charge. Maybe next time you talk to someone about it you can ask them "Is this going to cost me?" and if it is, tell them you can't afford it and they shouldn't do anything that they will charge you for.
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