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Replacing the hard drive doesn't void your warranty, but Lenovo will quite obviously not cover the new hard drive. Same goes for RAM. jaguarskx : Generally speaking, you can replace the HDD with the SSD.
SSD Upgrade and warranty status. ... The act of opening your notebook should not void your warranty. Upgrading your computer's RAM or hard drive will not affect your HP warranty unless you break something during the upgrade process or the upgraded components damage your system.
Does user installation of RAM and SSD voids warranty? You should be able to do it without damaging anything. Whatever damage is caused HP will not fix it as a result.
Hi, Upgrading RAM and hard drive is accepted practice and will not void warranty as long as you do not break anything while performing upgrade. On your PC is is customer accessible as you have service door on the PC. So it will definetly not void warranty (page 45 of service manual).
Hi! You might have read in many places that, installing SSD does not void warranty of your laptop. But, no one tells us that it must be done by service centre guys, so that warranty is not voided and by doing so, they know that its done by service center guys under warranty.
Replacing the hard drive doesn't void your warranty, but Lenovo will quite obviously not cover the new hard drive. Same goes for RAM.
You might like to post which Lenovo system you have in order to receive an accurate answer; on most systems no it will not void the warranty unless damage is caused to the system by the SSD or when installing it into the system. On some systems yes it may void the warranty.
Yes, removing the sticker at the back side of the system will void the warranty. But replacing the HDD will not void the system warranty, but the replaced parts will not come under warranty, and if there is any mishandling while replacing HDD then the system won't cover under warranty.
If there are no warranty void stickers preventing you from opening the back cover to install the SSD, then it won't void the warranty, unless you break something in the process.
No, it will not void your warranty. There is a removable panel on the bottom that covers the 2 drive bays and the second set or RAM slots. You can remove the drive and swap it, add more RAM and change out the optical drive without voiding the warranty.
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