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I just wanted to add two more things about my experience with HP tech support. I have to give credit where it is due and HP did send the new computer in all recyclable material. There was no Styrofoam. I'm very pleased about that because I can recycle the whole thing after 20 days and not have to fill up my garbage container. * and
I left the computer running as I had been instructed by the tech support woman. After a few hours the computer shut down. I turned it back on and had the same CPU fan failure on the screen for a split second before it shut down again. It will not restart. I'm not surprised. I don't have it in me to call tech support today.
I decided to walk away from the devil that has possessed my computer or my own bad Karma. It seemed to me a trip to the liquor store was called for. When I turned on my car, AC/DC was on the radio with Hell's Bells. My ex husband's van broke down yesterday. I have a spare vehicle so I drove it to his house in
Tyson did not call back at 5:00pm so at 5:20pm I called him. A very nice Canadian woman answered and said that Tyson was on the phone with another customer. No problem I said I could wait. She said that he was off in ten minutes and would probably not get back to me until Monday. She sounded sad about this. As I said she
I called Tyson, my case manager at Hewlett-Packard at 4:13pm central daylight time. Steve answered, asked very politely if he could help me. I said I had spoken with Tyson before but was happy to talk to him. I gave him my case number and he put me on hold to look for Tyson.When I talked to Tyson before he was short with me and
This morning I received the motherboard, the hard drive and a few recovery discs. They were addressed to a Mr. A. Tabob, there is no one in the house with a name remotely like that. I took a risk since I could see they were from Hewlett-Packard and opened the packages. About an hour later I received a call from the technician who was scheduled