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warriorscot

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Should do, since you got a duffer you could always contact newegg and they will also be obliged to send you a new one as well as the manufacturer.( well that how consumer law works here it might be different if you are in the US)
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White box normally means a shorter warranty period. Since the drive is fairly new, I would just RMA it. You have to check Newegg and find out who handles the RMA... Newegg or Seagate. It should be listed in the description of the drive on the Newegg site.

My opinion... time to RMA. At least if it goes through, you have nothing to lose... and you get a new drive!

Good luck,
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