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Hp pavillion dv6627 -- wouldn't start - got it to start - did a diagnostic -- said "replace hard drive" -- tech support at HP said hard drive will go down in 2 days ... is that true?

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Hi,
You need to make status "Active" for atleast one partition and then you need to install on an OS what you like, it will be full working.

The messege did not show to down under or within 2 days or longer.

Good Luck

Posted on Sep 03, 2010

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