Thursday, 1 January 2009

HP THE BIG LAPTOP RIP-OFF
THIS SITE WAS SET UP TO TRY AND GET THE BBC WATCHDOG TV SHOW TO LOOK INTO THE HP NVIDIA FAULTY CHIPSET ISSUE ! WE BELIVE THAT 1000'S OF LAPTOP OWNER HAVE BEEN LEFT WITH FAULTY MOTHERBOARDS ! BOTH HP AND NVIDIA ARE AWARE OF THE ISSUE BUT STILL DO NOTHING !!! PLEASE SIGN THE ONLINE PETTION IF THIS EFFECTS YOU !!

REPORT IT TO WATCHDOG:-

http://www.bbc.co.uk/watchdog/gotastory/
CONNTACT MR MR MARK HURD AT HP !!
http://www.hp.com/hpinfo/execteam/email/hurd/index.html
THE PETTION :-
http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/HP_petition_laptop/index.html

CHECK YOUR TAG NUMBERS AND FIND MORE INFO HERE :-

http://hp-hell.munnday.com/

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4 comments:

  1. I had the misfortune to purchase 2 HP pavillion computers in January and April 2007. The first was a dv9200, with an AMD chip, costing me £990. The second was a dv9299ea, with an Intel chip, costing me £1649.99.
    The first has had 2 motherboard replacements while within the first year of warranty. It has failed again, and due to having the AMD chip, is covered by an extended warranty. I can send it back to HP to get it repaired again - but what for?! It will only fail again!
    The second PC has completely failed about 6 weeks ago. I can’t even turn it on. The fault is the same as with the first - GPU failure. This computer is not covered by the extended warranty as it has the Intel chip.
    HP will do nothing, so I have sought legal address, and been advised to claim for a full refund from the retailers as the computers do not meet the legal requirements of the Sale of Goods act (1979) in UK. The poor retailer will have to chase HP for their reimbursement - but at least I will legally be able to get my money back.
    I will not be buying HP ever again. They have dealt with this matter atrociously, refusing to acknowledge a fault despite literally hundreds within their own forum complaining of identical issues.
    And their fixes for the few ‘lucky’ ones that manage to get the extended warranty are doomed to fail again. I have researched and found that this is almost guaranteed to happen.
    So my recommendation would be - avoid buying from HP. They may have the capacity to develop and sell new technology, but they seem unable to support it. And they do not respect the legal rights of consumers, for which they will unfortunately have to pay for - either in loss of customer loyalty, financial renumeration, or both.

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  2. Robmarkpalmer@o2.co.uk15 July 2009 at 05:30

    The laptop started crashing at various intervals, just a black screen with the shortcut buttons still lit (graphics card overheating perhaps?), hanging on reboot, disk errors when rebooting, running very very slow when booted up, I tried the recovery disks twice to no effect, after about 13 months laptop started getting even hotter (out of warranty by then) and finally last week 10/07/09 hard drive died.

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  3. robmarkpalmer@o2.co.uk15 July 2009 at 05:31

    It is a DV2630ea pavillion, forgot to put that in my post above.

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