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I have just purchased a new hard drive. I f something goes wrong with the drive how do I know where to contact maxtor if it is still under gaurantee? I was told to go on the maxtor website and download something but I just cannot see anything regarding this. Could someone please explain to a novice, what I should do..Thank You.

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Try this link: http://www.maxtorsolutions.com/en/Main/support.shtml
Write down your drive information & register hardware.
Hope this helps!

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Check this website. It will help with regards to information about warranty of your hard drive.

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