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GAMİNG LAPTOP SSD AND RAM UPGRADE

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Hi first, i bought a gaming notebook 8 mounths ago. The warranty is not over yet. But i want to increase ram and ssd. Will the warranty will be broken if i do it myself ? Or do i need to take it to technical service ?

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@Aknbzkrt 

 

Warranty is a grey/gray area very hard to say in concrete. For new generation machines, adding something is a work for Authorized Service Provider parts . You can add yourself. If something went wrong due to this upgrade, I think HP would not honor warranty.


Hope this makes sense.


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BH
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