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  #21  
Old December 25th 09, 01:14 AM posted to comp.sys.mac.advocacy,alt.sys.pc-clone.compaq,comp.sys.hp.hardware
Justin[_8_]
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Default HP DV6936us - dead 29 days after warranty expires

On 12/24/09 7:08 PM, MuahMan wrote:
On Dec 24, 6:42 pm, wrote:
On 12/24/09 6:27 PM, MuahMan wrote:





On Dec 24, 5:25 pm, wrote:
On 12/24/09 5:02 PM, MuahMan wrote:


On Dec 24, 4:33 pm, wrote:
On 12/24/09 4:31 PM, MuahMan wrote:


On Dec 24, 4:27 pm, wrote:
On 12/24/09 4:13 PM, MuahMan wrote:


Go buy the whorish old hag $4500 dollar 27" iMac. It won't work at
all, straight out of the box.


But at least they'll honor the warranty. Quit while you're behind,
kiddo - you loose.


They won't honor the warranty. Since it's broken as soon as you open
it you'll just have to return. Most people get one that works on their
3rd or 4th try.


Wrong. They honored my warranty a year after I bought the machine.
Stop making stuff up, its dangerous - you'll end up believing your own lies.


You've had a 27" iMac for over a year?


Wait they fixed your Apple under warranty because it was a year old?
How come your Mac broke so quickly. Don't Macs just work?


Ir was a year and a half old.


If fact, if Macs just work. Why is there a class action suit against
with thousands of plantiffs claiming their brand new 27" iMacs
wouldn't work and Apple denied the the problem?


**** happens. Look at the reliability surveys - if you can read.


If Macs just work. Why sell Apple Care at all?


Again, because machines break - just like everything.


If Machines just break.... like your P.O.S. Mac.... in less than a
year. Why are you complaining about the HP that lasted longer than
your P.O.S. Mac. Make up your mind your circular arguing ****stick.


The Apple you paid 3x broke faster than the HP. LOL


My Mac is still going strong after a year.
My 15" MBP was bought around the same time.

Look at what you just said, the HP is broken - the Mac is going strong
yet somehow the Apple is the POS?

Explain.


You said, "Wrong. They honored my warranty a year after I bought the
machine. " Which means you brought it in for warranty. Unless that
was a fib. Which it like was judging from your back to back posts.

LOL!

Busted.


the Mac was still usable - try to follow along. It was the bluetooth
that quit - thats what was covered under warranty.

  #22  
Old December 25th 09, 01:15 AM posted to comp.sys.mac.advocacy,alt.sys.pc-clone.compaq,comp.sys.hp.hardware
MuahMan
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Default HP DV6936us - dead 29 days after warranty expires

On Dec 24, 7:06*pm, News wrote:
Justin wrote:
On 12/24/09 6:29 PM, News wrote:
MuahMan wrote:
On Dec 24, 5:25 pm, Justin wrote:
On 12/24/09 5:02 PM, MuahMan wrote:


On Dec 24, 4:33 pm, wrote:
On 12/24/09 4:31 PM, MuahMan wrote:
On Dec 24, 4:27 pm, wrote:
On 12/24/09 4:13 PM, MuahMan wrote:
Go buy the whorish old hag $4500 dollar 27" iMac. It won't work at
all, straight out of the box.
But at least they'll honor the warranty. Quit while you're behind,
kiddo - you loose.
They won't honor the warranty. Since it's broken as soon as you open
it you'll just have to return. Most people get one that works on
their
3rd or 4th try.
Wrong. They honored my warranty a year after I bought the machine.
Stop making stuff up, its dangerous - you'll end up believing your
own lies.
You've had a 27" iMac for over a year?
Wait they fixed your Apple under warranty because it was a year old?
How come your Mac broke so quickly. Don't Macs just work?
Ir was a year and a half old.


If fact, if Macs just work. Why is there a class action suit against
with thousands of plantiffs claiming their brand new 27" iMacs
wouldn't work and Apple denied the the problem?
**** happens. Look at the reliability surveys - if you can read.


If Macs just work. Why sell Apple Care at all?
Again, because machines break - just like everything.


If Machines just break.... like your P.O.S. Mac.... in less than a
year. Why are you complaining about the HP that lasted longer than
your P.O.S. Mac. Make up your mind your circular arguing ****stick.


The Apple you paid 3x broke faster than the HP. LOL


At least he's consistent -- consistently clueless.


You're confused.
The HP is broke. *My first MB had a problem with the Bluetooth - fixed
under warranty in three days.
The HP is completely dead - as in unusable. *The pubjab HP call girl
wanted $100. *The only time I give a girl who won't give me her real
name $100 is if if cum at the end.


Aha. *So your name is "John", not Justin.


So it would have been free if you weren't impotent. Seems like your
problem to me.
  #23  
Old December 25th 09, 01:16 AM posted to comp.sys.mac.advocacy,alt.sys.pc-clone.compaq,comp.sys.hp.hardware
Justin[_8_]
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Default HP DV6936us - dead 29 days after warranty expires

On 12/24/09 7:06 PM, News wrote:
Justin wrote:
On 12/24/09 6:29 PM, News wrote:
MuahMan wrote:
On Dec 24, 5:25 pm, Justin wrote:
On 12/24/09 5:02 PM, MuahMan wrote:





On Dec 24, 4:33 pm, wrote:
On 12/24/09 4:31 PM, MuahMan wrote:
On Dec 24, 4:27 pm, wrote:
On 12/24/09 4:13 PM, MuahMan wrote:
Go buy the whorish old hag $4500 dollar 27" iMac. It won't
work at
all, straight out of the box.
But at least they'll honor the warranty. Quit while you're behind,
kiddo - you loose.
They won't honor the warranty. Since it's broken as soon as you
open
it you'll just have to return. Most people get one that works on
their
3rd or 4th try.
Wrong. They honored my warranty a year after I bought the machine.
Stop making stuff up, its dangerous - you'll end up believing your
own lies.
You've had a 27" iMac for over a year?
Wait they fixed your Apple under warranty because it was a year old?
How come your Mac broke so quickly. Don't Macs just work?
Ir was a year and a half old.



If fact, if Macs just work. Why is there a class action suit against
with thousands of plantiffs claiming their brand new 27" iMacs
wouldn't work and Apple denied the the problem?
**** happens. Look at the reliability surveys - if you can read.



If Macs just work. Why sell Apple Care at all?
Again, because machines break - just like everything.

If Machines just break.... like your P.O.S. Mac.... in less than a
year. Why are you complaining about the HP that lasted longer than
your P.O.S. Mac. Make up your mind your circular arguing ****stick.

The Apple you paid 3x broke faster than the HP. LOL



At least he's consistent -- consistently clueless.



You're confused.
The HP is broke. My first MB had a problem with the Bluetooth - fixed
under warranty in three days.
The HP is completely dead - as in unusable. The pubjab HP call girl
wanted $100. The only time I give a girl who won't give me her real
name $100 is if if cum at the end.


Aha. So your name is "John", not Justin.


She can call out whatever name she wants.
You mom called out Robert - I think she was pretending I was Robert Redford.
Either way, I wore two jimmy hats.
  #24  
Old December 25th 09, 01:22 AM posted to comp.sys.mac.advocacy,alt.sys.pc-clone.compaq,comp.sys.hp.hardware
News[_5_]
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Default HP DV6936us - dead 29 days after warranty expires

Justin wrote:
On 12/24/09 7:06 PM, News wrote:
Justin wrote:
On 12/24/09 6:29 PM, News wrote:
MuahMan wrote:
On Dec 24, 5:25 pm, Justin wrote:
On 12/24/09 5:02 PM, MuahMan wrote:





On Dec 24, 4:33 pm, wrote:
On 12/24/09 4:31 PM, MuahMan wrote:
On Dec 24, 4:27 pm, wrote:
On 12/24/09 4:13 PM, MuahMan wrote:
Go buy the whorish old hag $4500 dollar 27" iMac. It won't
work at
all, straight out of the box.
But at least they'll honor the warranty. Quit while you're
behind,
kiddo - you loose.
They won't honor the warranty. Since it's broken as soon as you
open
it you'll just have to return. Most people get one that works on
their
3rd or 4th try.
Wrong. They honored my warranty a year after I bought the machine.
Stop making stuff up, its dangerous - you'll end up believing your
own lies.
You've had a 27" iMac for over a year?
Wait they fixed your Apple under warranty because it was a year old?
How come your Mac broke so quickly. Don't Macs just work?
Ir was a year and a half old.



If fact, if Macs just work. Why is there a class action suit against
with thousands of plantiffs claiming their brand new 27" iMacs
wouldn't work and Apple denied the the problem?
**** happens. Look at the reliability surveys - if you can read.



If Macs just work. Why sell Apple Care at all?
Again, because machines break - just like everything.

If Machines just break.... like your P.O.S. Mac.... in less than a
year. Why are you complaining about the HP that lasted longer than
your P.O.S. Mac. Make up your mind your circular arguing ****stick.

The Apple you paid 3x broke faster than the HP. LOL



At least he's consistent -- consistently clueless.


You're confused.
The HP is broke. My first MB had a problem with the Bluetooth - fixed
under warranty in three days.
The HP is completely dead - as in unusable. The pubjab HP call girl
wanted $100. The only time I give a girl who won't give me her real
name $100 is if if cum at the end.


Aha. So your name is "John", not Justin.


She can call out whatever name she wants.
You mom called out Robert - I think she was pretending I was Robert
Redford.
Either way, I wore two jimmy hats.



To match your tinfoil hats...
  #25  
Old December 25th 09, 01:27 AM posted to comp.sys.mac.advocacy,alt.sys.pc-clone.compaq,comp.sys.hp.hardware
Jim[_35_]
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Default HP DV6936us - dead 29 days after warranty expires

In article , Justin wrote:

On 12/24/09 6:27 PM, MuahMan wrote:
On Dec 24, 5:25 pm, wrote:
On 12/24/09 5:02 PM, MuahMan wrote:





On Dec 24, 4:33 pm, wrote:
On 12/24/09 4:31 PM, MuahMan wrote:

On Dec 24, 4:27 pm, wrote:
On 12/24/09 4:13 PM, MuahMan wrote:

Go buy the whorish old hag $4500 dollar 27" iMac. It won't work at
all, straight out of the box.

But at least they'll honor the warranty. Quit while you're behind,
kiddo - you loose.

They won't honor the warranty. Since it's broken as soon as you open
it you'll just have to return. Most people get one that works on their
3rd or 4th try.

Wrong. They honored my warranty a year after I bought the machine.
Stop making stuff up, its dangerous - you'll end up believing your own
lies.

You've had a 27" iMac for over a year?

Wait they fixed your Apple under warranty because it was a year old?
How come your Mac broke so quickly. Don't Macs just work?

Ir was a year and a half old.



If fact, if Macs just work. Why is there a class action suit against
with thousands of plantiffs claiming their brand new 27" iMacs
wouldn't work and Apple denied the the problem?

**** happens. Look at the reliability surveys - if you can read.



If Macs just work. Why sell Apple Care at all?

Again, because machines break - just like everything.


If Machines just break.... like your P.O.S. Mac.... in less than a
year. Why are you complaining about the HP that lasted longer than
your P.O.S. Mac. Make up your mind your circular arguing ****stick.

The Apple you paid 3x broke faster than the HP. LOL


My Mac is still going strong after a year.
My 15" MBP was bought around the same time.

Look at what you just said, the HP is broken - the Mac is going strong
yet somehow the Apple is the POS?

Explain.


I purchased a first-gen G5 iMac for my Son when he went to HS. It had three of the same probs., the MB died once, the
mid-plane the other and the third, Apple replaced it with a current model iMac intel that has performed flawlessly.
Yeah I had AppleCare, but because it was a first-gen G5, no other reason.

Oh, and the mid-plane, that was the first problem and I got on a live chat and the tech sent us the part(Apple had user
service thing then) so my then 11 year old Son took the iMac apart and installed the mid-plane. That's how modular the
iMac G5 was.

--
Jim
  #26  
Old December 25th 09, 02:23 AM posted to comp.sys.mac.advocacy,alt.sys.pc-clone.compaq,comp.sys.hp.hardware
Maurice[_2_]
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Default HP DV6936us - dead 29 days after warranty expires


"Jim" wrote in message
...
In article , Justin
wrote:

On 12/24/09 6:27 PM, MuahMan wrote:
On Dec 24, 5:25 pm, wrote:
On 12/24/09 5:02 PM, MuahMan wrote:





On Dec 24, 4:33 pm, wrote:
On 12/24/09 4:31 PM, MuahMan wrote:

On Dec 24, 4:27 pm,
wrote:
On 12/24/09 4:13 PM, MuahMan wrote:

Go buy the whorish old hag $4500 dollar 27" iMac. It won't work
at
all, straight out of the box.

But at least they'll honor the warranty. Quit while you're
behind,
kiddo - you loose.

They won't honor the warranty. Since it's broken as soon as you
open
it you'll just have to return. Most people get one that works on
their
3rd or 4th try.

Wrong. They honored my warranty a year after I bought the machine.
Stop making stuff up, its dangerous - you'll end up believing your
own
lies.

You've had a 27" iMac for over a year?

Wait they fixed your Apple under warranty because it was a year old?
How come your Mac broke so quickly. Don't Macs just work?

Ir was a year and a half old.



If fact, if Macs just work. Why is there a class action suit against
with thousands of plantiffs claiming their brand new 27" iMacs
wouldn't work and Apple denied the the problem?

**** happens. Look at the reliability surveys - if you can read.



If Macs just work. Why sell Apple Care at all?

Again, because machines break - just like everything.

If Machines just break.... like your P.O.S. Mac.... in less than a
year. Why are you complaining about the HP that lasted longer than
your P.O.S. Mac. Make up your mind your circular arguing ****stick.

The Apple you paid 3x broke faster than the HP. LOL


My Mac is still going strong after a year.
My 15" MBP was bought around the same time.

Look at what you just said, the HP is broken - the Mac is going strong
yet somehow the Apple is the POS?

Explain.


I purchased a first-gen G5 iMac for my Son when he went to HS. It had
three of the same probs., the MB died once, the
mid-plane the other and the third, Apple replaced it with a current model
iMac intel that has performed flawlessly.
Yeah I had AppleCare, but because it was a first-gen G5, no other reason.

Oh, and the mid-plane, that was the first problem and I got on a live chat
and the tech sent us the part(Apple had user
service thing then) so my then 11 year old Son took the iMac apart and
installed the mid-plane. That's how modular the
iMac G5 was.


They were really good machines. Too bad Apple opted to obsolete them.


  #27  
Old December 25th 09, 02:46 AM posted to comp.sys.mac.advocacy,alt.sys.pc-clone.compaq,comp.sys.hp.hardware
Steve de Mena[_2_]
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Default HP DV6936us - dead 29 days after warranty expires

Justin wrote:
http://tinypic.com/r/246vo6v/6
http://tinypic.com/r/n69r46/6

HP wanted $104 just to troubleshoot. Of course I talked to "Linda"
whose real name is Deependra Guptda Mukkalukkafukkachucka.
I plug the god damn thing in, and I get a blue pulsating light as seen
above.

I bought this for my mom last Christmas. Isn't that just wonderful?
Aren't I a good son?
No. I'm a terrible son, I should have bought her a ****ing Mac - but
No, the HP was cheaper.
So let's run down the cost of this piece of ****.

$700 Original cost
$50 Shipping
$100 Tech "troubleshoot" cost
$150+ Repair labor (guestimate)
$160 Motherboard (per ebay)
$20 Power adapter (if that's the problem)
$1,180 Total

WOW! So tell me... How should I quantify the downtime? She runs her
own business. I'll make up a number. $1,000
So the total comes to $2,180.

Where are the savings?

They wanted $100+ just to talk to me? How dare they. How can they
justify that? Doctors and Psychiatrists don't charge that much.
Plumbers don't charge that much for an on site service call, but these
douchebags want that much just to troubleshoot? I understand a change
for repair - but just to talk? Not even one hour of free phone time.
Call girls (not street walkers) run $200 for the first hour. So talking
to some stinky third world crusty chemical infested dumbass accented
Maheshwara worshiping thing; costs half as much as it would to nail a 21
year old model??!

One more Apple customer.

If I sold this on eBay I would get $400 for it. So I'm supposed to
spend 25% of the total cost just to talk to another Guptda
Mukkalukkafukkachucka so he can tell me I need to pay another $200 to
replace the board?


Last year when I called Apple for a problem with a MB 13" I talked to an
American. Had an RMA in ten minutes, box was sent to me the next day,
shipped to their repair center, and was returned in two more days. It
started on Monday, I had my machine back on Friday.


You called apple while it was UNDER WARRANTY. You are comparing
apples and oranges here.

Why didn't you spring for a 3 year HP warranty, typically onsite NBD
after phone troubleshooting, if this machine is critical for a business?

I'd Google your problems first & see if there is an easy solution,
like new power supply.

Steve
  #28  
Old December 25th 09, 02:47 AM posted to comp.sys.mac.advocacy,alt.sys.pc-clone.compaq,comp.sys.hp.hardware
Steve de Mena[_2_]
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Default HP DV6936us - dead 29 days after warranty expires

Justin wrote:
On 12/24/09 4:13 PM, MuahMan wrote:
Go buy the whorish old hag $4500 dollar 27" iMac. It won't work at
all, straight out of the box.


But at least they'll honor the warranty. Quit while you're behind,
kiddo - you loose.


Honor the warranty?

You said it is 29 days after warranty expiration.

Steve
  #29  
Old December 25th 09, 02:48 AM posted to comp.sys.mac.advocacy,alt.sys.pc-clone.compaq,comp.sys.hp.hardware
Steve de Mena[_2_]
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Default HP DV6936us - dead 29 days after warranty expires

Justin wrote:
On 12/24/09 5:02 PM, MuahMan wrote:
On Dec 24, 4:33 pm, wrote:
On 12/24/09 4:31 PM, MuahMan wrote:

On Dec 24, 4:27 pm, wrote:
On 12/24/09 4:13 PM, MuahMan wrote:

Go buy the whorish old hag $4500 dollar 27" iMac. It won't work at
all, straight out of the box.

But at least they'll honor the warranty. Quit while you're behind,
kiddo - you loose.

They won't honor the warranty. Since it's broken as soon as you open
it you'll just have to return. Most people get one that works on their
3rd or 4th try.

Wrong. They honored my warranty a year after I bought the machine.
Stop making stuff up, its dangerous - you'll end up believing your
own lies.


You've had a 27" iMac for over a year?

Wait they fixed your Apple under warranty because it was a year old?
How come your Mac broke so quickly. Don't Macs just work?


Ir was a year and a half old.

If fact, if Macs just work. Why is there a class action suit against
with thousands of plantiffs claiming their brand new 27" iMacs
wouldn't work and Apple denied the the problem?


**** happens. Look at the reliability surveys - if you can read.



If Macs just work. Why sell Apple Care at all?


Again, because machines break - just like everything.



If Macs just work. Why do have a bunch of illiterate teenagers working
at the Moron Bar to fix all the problems. The Moron Bar is so back up
you have to make a reservation just to see someone. Then when you go,
you'll still have to wait in line behind a few hundred teenage girls
with braces trying to get pink covers for the iPod.


As opposed to dirty punjabs in India charging customers $100 just to
talk? Is that tech support of Phone sex?
As for the teenage girls, that sounds like your dream come true.


At least your Mom's HP made it more than a year and was OUT OF
WARRANTY when you brought it in.


29 days, so that's how they stay in business? immediately after the
warranty they break? Is there a built in timer?


Yes, and when you activate your warranty when you get the machine you
are told EXACTLY what date the warranty expires. There is no surprise
here.

Steve
  #30  
Old December 25th 09, 02:50 AM posted to comp.sys.mac.advocacy,alt.sys.pc-clone.compaq,comp.sys.hp.hardware
Steve de Mena[_2_]
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Default HP DV6936us - dead 29 days after warranty expires

Justin wrote:
On 12/24/09 4:09 PM, Justin wrote:
http://tinypic.com/r/246vo6v/6
http://tinypic.com/r/n69r46/6



New development!
The hard drive is bad too. It won't read. I put it in an external
reader - nothing - won't mount under OSX or Win7. Yes, I put another
drive int he reader and it works fine.
Isn't that just great?
Pure HP PC quality!

http://tinypic.com/r/2djxojk/6


Right, these are special "HP" drives that have a different failure
rate than "Apple" drives.

Steve
 




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