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Hard Disk Sentinel Pro 4.71.11 Build 8128 Beta PatchQ:
Should I get multiple replacements parts for a broken laptop hard drive?
Just out of curiosity, say I buy the HD from a computer store or seller, and it fails within 3 months.
Should I get an exact HD or is it just as valid to just “upgrade” with the full retail price of the HDD with a better drive?
Unless you are certain that the drive will fail before the warranty runs out, I would just get the first replacement hard drive you can get. The cost of buying a replacement drive is fairly low, and you may want to wait until you get a replacement for a reason that is not to do with possible drive failure.
Even if you can’t get a replacement drive that matches the one you have in your computer, sometimes a new drive of similar capacity is all that is needed. Getting a drive of twice the capacity will not be of much use (and may mean paying twice the price for the drive), but a drive that is 50% as big may be just the thing you need.
The presentation of ObamaCare in slow motion
Thursday, October 22, 2013
By Susan G. Craft
“States are running out of time,” HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius warned in a letter to governors. “There are only a few weeks left until the open enrollment period begins. That’s why it is essential that you spend your final days preparing your state’s people and plan.” She cited a March 2011 study commissioned by the White House that outlined the impact of the Affordable Care Act on the United States. It concluded that millions of Americans would be excluded from health insurance, with many left to cover increased medical costs on their own, just as they deal with rising energy and food prices.
At the heart of the law is the projected requirement that everyone purchase health insurance, with penalties that would be stiff enough to drive business from an industry that has a reputation for overcharging and under delivering. “The uninsured rate will increase from 10.3 percent to 15.2 percent,” the Obama administration reported in 2012, “and from 12.7 million to 16.4 million people will lose their employer-based health insurance.”
In fact, according to the Congressional Budget Office, more than half of states are on track to
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