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Honor Student
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How do I find out if my computer is still under warranty?

Please provide the URL to find out if my desktop computer is still under warranty

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Re: How do I find out if my computer is still under warranty?

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Here>> Warranty Status Check   In order to look up the status, you'll need to enter your serial number and model number.

 

The Serial Number (s/n) is a ten-digit alpha-numeric number that is unique to your product.
The Product Number (p/n) is a six or seven-digit alpha-numeric number that identifies your product. If there is a pound sign (#) or a dash (-) in the p/n, enter only the letters and numbers before the # or - sign.
Both numbers can be found on the Universal Product Code (UPC) or Service Tag sticker located on the back, side, or bottom of your product.
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Re: How do I find out if my computer is still under warranty?

Serial # 2CE4541P76

Model # HP Probook 4540S

Product code # C6Z37UT#ABA

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Re: How do I find out if my computer is still under warranty?

@Jodyv,

 

Insert you're computer information into this warranty checker tool to confirm your warranty.

 

Hope this helps. 

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