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Pavilion x360 15-er0009nw
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hi HP, i would like to know when was my HP laptop manufactured in, reply to me as soon as possible, Thanks!

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Hi:

 

Look at the serial number.

 

The 4th, 5th and 6th characters will be numbers.

 

The 4th = the year of mfr 0 - 9...zero could be 2000, 2010, or 2020.

 

You have to have some kind of idea when you bought the PC.

 

The 5th and 6th characters are the week of mfr 01 - 52.

 

For example, if the 4th, 5th and 6th characters are 523, the PC was made in 2015 during the 23rd week of the year.

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HP Recommended

Hi:

 

Look at the serial number.

 

The 4th, 5th and 6th characters will be numbers.

 

The 4th = the year of mfr 0 - 9...zero could be 2000, 2010, or 2020.

 

You have to have some kind of idea when you bought the PC.

 

The 5th and 6th characters are the week of mfr 01 - 52.

 

For example, if the 4th, 5th and 6th characters are 523, the PC was made in 2015 during the 23rd week of the year.

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Alright, i checked and i believe it was made in 2021 during the 23rd week of the year (or Q2'21), because the 4th digit was "1" so yeah. And also, if the 4th digit is "1" then that could mean that it was made from 2001, 2011 or 2021.

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That is correct.

 

Your notebook was made in 2021 during the week of June 7 - June 13, 2021.

 

The notebook could not have been made in 2001 or 2011, because the hardware specifications for it didn't even exist back then.

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