Why did my hard disk fail or crash so fast & for no apparent reason?

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  1. SCBright

    In short, as is always advised by the old adage -> backup, backup, backup always make a backup!

    Nothing is foolproof, no matter how many safeguards are applied to manufacturing, intermittent faults can be detected only in the field, not always in the assembly process.

  2. Your views on HP computers calls everything you say into question. If you admit such a failure can affect any manufactured product, then your HP experience should have nothing to do with future computer purchases.
    The smart consumer would base a decision about future HP purchases on how HP handled the situation. I bought a new HP, the hard drive died after about a month, and they replaced it with one with twice the capacity. Customer loyalty ftw.

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