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Topic # 49959 21-Nov-2009 00:45
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K, ive packed all the stuff that need Microsoft said to put in the box for sending to be repaired. Now ive been emailed by MS, is this ALL i need to put on the box when i take it to the post office:
http://img684.imageshack.us/img684/3277/label.jpg

AND will i need to add my contact/address details on the box to?

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  Reply # 274879 21-Nov-2009 02:05
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Yes, you need to add your contact details on the box as well.




Do whatever you want to do man.

  

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  Reply # 274930 21-Nov-2009 10:57
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Free postage is tempting, I know, but I'd certainly recommend couriering it back -- I've had one disappear on the way, and although MS replaced it, it put me out of action for months. (Gaming-wise -- I could otherwise still function on a rudimentary level...)

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 274939 21-Nov-2009 11:48
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For anyone else who gets a RROD, see this thread related to NZ: http://www.gpforums.co.nz/thread/316063/?s=d5a38631aea71c3b97df84a3ef90c3c3

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  Reply # 278859 2-Dec-2009 20:14
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when i sent mine away i just took the HDD out and went to the post office they knew exactly what to do

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