Here's the deal. As some of you already know, the 450W OCZ Modstream PSU I had in my HP pc shorted out and took my hard drive with it. I've tried entering the details of the drive on seagate's site to see if I can RMA it but apparently not as as you can see from the picture below. I've already phoned the place of purchase and they said they can't do anything since it was an after market PSU that caused the problem. They also stated that they would want the complete pc brought it so they can look at it, if they were to do anything. That obviously isn't going to happen because I'm using various parts from it in my new rig. So am I screwed now or what?
LOL I was just talking to an online HP rep and they say the computer is no longer under warranty (obviously). They want over $300 for a new hard drive! !!! Here's the quote:Mavrick N: The cost of the "250GB Serial ATA (SATA-3G) hard drive - 7200 RPM, 3.5-inch form factor" is $315.45.
Mavrick N: It is the genuine part from HP and the cost includes shipping and tax for the hard drive.