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Warrenty How do I find out if my computer has a warrenty??

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If you contact your computer system's manufacturer, they can determine the warranty status for you quite easily based on the system's model number and serial number.

If you don't have contact information for your system's manufacturer, simply visit their website, which can be found easily through any search engine, and find their "Contact" section. Usually the technical support department would be the best point of contact for warranty information.

If you like I can look up the contact phone number for you if you can provide me with the brand of your computer.

Geek Squad Agent Erik

Posted on May 01, 2008


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