From: Vincent Cunniffe (vincent at domain cunniffe.net)
Date: Tue 10 Sep 2002 - 11:17:13 IST
Wesley Darlington wrote:
> The drive is, I imagine, at least a couple of years old: which means it
> could be letting you know that it's not long for this world. However
> it's scsi and dates from an era when five year warranties weren't all
> that uncommon on scsi drives: it might still be under warranty. What
> do Seagate say?
Seagate still have a 5-year warranty on all 'server' drives, such as
the better SCSI ones.
I recently checked this out, as I've bought a pair of Seagate 36GB
10krpms to replace an IBM one that died. Fortunately IBM also offer
the 5 year warranty, so that'll be getting replaced under warranty
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