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Also some second user components may have residual dust. Items may have stock labels directly attached to them - these may be left on the item for use.

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If you need to remove them for your own purpose they may need some label remover. Some items that are for sale may come with auxiliaries, this will be clearly said in the listing.

For clarification purposes - if it is not detailed in the listing or gallery image please presume it does not come with them, ie drivers, cables manuals etc Listings that advertise a single hard drives will show the image of the item Lenovo ThinkPad R61 SATA are buying. In listings with more than one available or originally listed with one than one available details such as firmware, DCM, MLC, DCX numbers may differ from drive to another.

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If you need confirmation that the drive advertised is the same as the one in the images - please send a message Lenovo ThinkPad R61 SATA we will confirm this for you. Hard Drives that are pictured with a caddy will come with a caddy - but occasionally may have different logos to the one pictured You are welcome to return any of our products within the stated period.

All we ask is that you send the product in the same condition and packaging it was sent in. We all love positive feedback and a 5 Star Rating in the Detailed Seller Ratings DSRsif however you do have a problem it would be appreciated Lenovo ThinkPad R61 SATA you could contact us first before leaving any nasty Lenovo ThinkPad R61 SATA, I promise you any problems or issues can be sorted out in a speedy and amicable way. He simply commented that he cannot speak on the issue since I was bringing in other manufacturers into the discussion. He also told me that he cannot comment on Apple's response with their MacBooks because those computers use very different components even though I specifically told him that the MacBooks use similar chipsets and Processors to the Thinkpads After he finished, I pointed out the fact that they mentioned nowhere that hard drives operate at this limited speed, to which he replied he could not comment.


He also kept arguing with me that parts of my email to him above post were incorrect even though he did not provide a reason. For example, when I returned to the car analogy with him the analogy that HE himself started yesterday. He immediately interrupted me to say I was incorrect in my Lenovo ThinkPad R61 SATA of his car analogy, so I asked him to please explain why I was incorrect in my interpretation.

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So I proceeded with my car analogy, which basically goes: Brewer replied "of course not, they advertise Secondly, immediately after I returned to his analogy from yesterday, he told me to simply "forget the analogy" without any explanation. I suppose this is because he realized that his analogy worked against him and did not want to Lenovo ThinkPad R61 SATA about it.

I told him that advertising SATA 3. He also rudely interrupted me here to say that he would not do that either, since the systems were working perfectly as designed and had NO problems. He accused me of repeatedly interrupting him, when exactly the opposite was true.


I wish I could have recorded the entire conversation for proof, but MD state law requires 2 party consent to record a phone conversation. At this point I asked him if he knew the rule "the customer is always right. At this point there was not Lenovo ThinkPad R61 SATA else I could do, so I simply told him I would consult knowledeable people and then call him back.

He then proceeded to close my case without any resolution. Lenovo's response to my BBB case: Good afternoon, I received a copy of the BBB complaint you filed. I apologize on Lenovo's behalf for the poor customer service you experienced.

I researched the previous cases you had with Lenovo and I see you were informed the machine you have is operating as designed. I'm also thinking about upgrading my ThinkPad R61 with a SSD. Lenovo ThinkPad R61 SATA (use at your own risk) is available on web and it enables SATA   Thinkpad R61 - SSD upgrade doubts. Results 1 - 7 of 7 - Crucial Memory and SSD upgrades - % Compatibility Guaranteed for Lenovo ThinkPad R61 Series - FREE US Delivery.

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