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Hard drive. I bought a vaio laptop 17 " 6 weeks ago and the hard drive crashed/wont start took it to best buy to replace or fix, is that Normal ????

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Since that it crashed, it is more practical that you reformat it, rather than buying new one. it is the system crashed not the whole hard disk and there is a great chance of reviving it , you have the recovery disk with you, then better use it than buying.

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