I haven't even had this lap top for a year. It's still under warranty. So imagine my surprise when I got the blue screen of death a couple of weeks ago. Once again I had a warning and backed up my hard drive the day before it died.
It made it in by the warranty date by a couple of weeks. Usually it's the other way around with the repair people telling me how sorry they are that the warranty just expired.
So I'm grateful it didn't cost me anything to fix it but I gotta tell you that I'd of been screwed if I needed this thing to make a living (and not just the time sucking beast that it is) because it took forever to get it back. They had to wait for Toshiba to send the "rescue disks". In this electronic day and age can someone explain to me why repair people had to wait for disks at all?
Sigh, at least I'm back in business.