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Q: Upgrading SSD void warranty?

Does upgrading the SSD in an Envy 34-a027c AIO void the warranty?

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A: Upgrading SSD void warranty?

Greetings, Only if you damage hardware while doing the upgrade. Use the same size or larger SSD. Keep the original HDD as backup and make an HP Recovery disc set or USB drive before upgrading. Cheers!

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My PC is still under warranty. If I upgrade from Windows 7 64bit to Windows 10, will that affect my warranty should I have problems with the upgarde or any problems while this PC is under the HP warrarty?

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Hi guys, Just have a question, i just bought an HP laptop. I want to add another 4GB DDR3 stick. Would this void the warranty? Thanks!











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A:Upgrading RAM will void warranty??

Hi, No, it will not void your warranty. Regards, DP-K

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I wish to upgrade the hard drive to an ssd in my HP 15-ay167sa, i was wondering if this would void the warranty as i cant see any stickers that would be broken on the outside of the device. Thanks for any replies.

A:Does upgrading hdd to ssd void warranty?

Here is the Service Manual: Manual See p. 60 and 66. For this model in order to switch to an M.2 mSSD you have to get a different adapter. There is one SATA port that can only be connected via a ribbon cable that comes off the correct caddy for either a 2.5 inch hard drive/SSD or an M.2 mSSD. Since your laptop has a hard drive you do have all the equipment to upgrade to a 2.5 inch wide SATA SSD 7mm or 9.5mm thick (other than the SSD itself) The whole section on replacing the hard drive is in the "forbidden zone" where it is supposed to only be done by an authorized technician. HP does not take a definitive position on this and I assume it is on a case-by-case basis. You can assume if you cause any damage during the upgrade you are on your own. And to be safe, you should assume if you open the rear cover you may not have a warranty. if it were my laptop I would not be hesitant to upgrade, but that kind of attitude gets me in trouble sometimes.  Post back with any more questions. 

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I have a p7-1058uk that I bought a week ago.Just wondering if I decided to fit a graphics card, or more RAM, myself, will it affect my warranty?

A:Will upgrading computer void warranty?

Hi: Normally it will not affect the warranty unless you damage components when trying to install things yourself. For example, if you snap a memory slot trying to push in a memory module, HP won't cover the damage. They won't cover a blown power supply if you install a graphics card that exceeds the limits of the P/S. Also they will not support any parts you add unless they are HP parts supported or listed for your PC. Other than that, you are free to upgrade away. Paul

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If i were to change my case, will it void the warranty?

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My laptop is under warranty(got 2yrs left) and I want to upgrade its ram. It is currently 4gb, and i want to upgrade to 8gb. However, it is a new hp model and the ram is behind the keyboard. So a lot of dissassembling has to be done. How can I upgrade without voiding the warranty? Should I take it to the shop I bought it and ask them to upgrade it? What is the solution to upgrade ans keep warranty intact?

A:Will upgrading RAM void my hp laptop warranty?

Could we have the model number? 

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About a year ago I decided to get a laptop for my work/schooling need, I purchesed this laptop with a 100GB SSD not knowing how little this would be for the tasks that I was going to be doing on this laptop. I have a blank 1TB hard drive and a hard drive replicator that I could to easily clone the smaller drive onto the large drive. However I still have a fair amount of warrenty present for the laptop. If I swap out the hard drive will this void my warrenty? Thanks, 

A:Will Upgrading my Hard Drive void my Warranty?

Not on a Probook. The hard drive compartment is customer accessible and customer can change hard drive. See p. 35 of the Manual here: Service Manual Post back for any more questions. If this is "the Answer" please click "Accept as Solution" to help others find it. 

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Hello, I was just wondering if upgrading my graphics card from a GTX 970 to a GTX 1080 would void the care pack of my 860-160se. If the warranty is not voided, is there anything that I need to know about upgrading a graphics card; relating to the "Secure Boot" feature of HP products. I was also wondering if the standard 500W power supply can handle the 1080. The basic specs of my PC are a i7-5930K ; GTX 970 ; 4x 8GB  Samsung 2133MHz. Thanks in advance!

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Before a month i bought a pavillion 15-au101nv with an  M.2  SSD 256gb .Because that space is not enaugh for me i wont to install a second HDD in the empty slot for HDDs.Can i install it or i lose the warranty?

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I bought a hp pavilion au003tx  laptop six months back and I recently noticed that one of the screw from the back casing is missing. WILL THIS VOID MY WARRANTY. I have never tried to open it . I am afraid that this will void my warranty. Kindly guide me.

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My touchpad needs to be tightened. I have experience with laptop repair and have all the necessary tools so I would rather not send it somewhere to be fixed. I also have accidental damage coverage. Can I just fix it myself or would that void warranty?  Will voiding my warranty affect my accidental damage coverage?  Thanks

A:Will this void my warranty?

Hi, I did mention few times: this is a very grey/gray area. We can't predict anything until we claim warranty. It is much better to send it to HP to fix. Regards.

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Hi, I was wondering whether if you void the warranty on your laptop by fitting something yourself, if you buy additional cover after this, would this also be void even though it is subsequent? Many thanks     

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Hello I would like to purchase a US keyboard P50 however in my country the only options available are Nordic and Russian keybaords. I am thinking now to purchase one with any of those keyboards and to purchase a US keyboard seperatly and to exchange it myself. Will this void the warranty of the product? From what I can see online, if I wish to upgrade the RAM (which according to Lenovo does not void the warranty) I anyways have to move the keybaord.  Thank you

A:P50 warranty void

It will not affect the warranty.  Obviously, anything you damage doing the work isn't covered.

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I am in the market for a new high end laptop. I'm looking at a Dell XPS 15 and a high end HP Envy laptop. I know both manufacturers are going to hose my operating system with junk before they ship it off, and so here is my question -

If I reload Windows 7 on a brand new laptop, does that void the warranty?

A:Will this void my warranty?

No, it won't.

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Hi guys as lenovo y50 user i got some problems with overheatin, temperature i think are the same for all about 77/78, i already got a cooling pad and it's help me but it keep the temperature 1 or 2 degree less, the problem is the dust inside fan so i think i will open it. The question is if i open the back of my pc warranty will void?PS->  i already used  the cleaning dust tool and seems quite useless if u need to clean the mess, i think it just help hold the fan clean.

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Hello, asking about a ThinkPad Yoga bought in EU. - Does removing the sticker with serial number on the back (base cover) void the warranty? Mine started to peel off and I want to remove it, - Does succesfully changing the HDD by the customer somehow might void the warranty in the future? I upgraded it already and now wondering whether to keep the old HDD to be able to return things in "initial condition" if need arises. Please advise.

A:Does the following void the warranty?

Hi Akolev,
 
Welcome to Lenovo Community!
 
We understood that your query is about Warranty on ThinkPad Yoga.
 
Yes, removing the sticker at the back side of the system will void the warranty.
 
But replacing the HDD will not void the system warranty, but the replaced parts will not come under warranty, and if there is any mishandling while replacing HDD then the system won?t cover under warranty.
 
If user makes any physical damage to the system while replacing the parts will not cover under warranty, if the user is having technical knowledge on that then there won't be any issue.
 
Hope this helps. 
 
Best regards,

Hemanth Kumar




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Do you have red dots inside at the bottom of your lovely wuvily iphone ?..bye bye warranty

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/10280237.stm
 

A:Seeing red ?Your iphone warranty is void :(

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Hi, I recently dropped my HP G62-b13SA and now I receive the ''No bootable device -- insert boot disk and press any key'' Error message.When I run the Hard Disk Test from BIOS I receive Hard Disk not Exist Hard Disk Test Failed and Bood Device not found (3F0) Error messages. I can also hear a clicking noise when the pc is running.I searched on the web and found that if I reseat the HDD it may help. I am worried about doing this however as my laptop is still under Warranty. Would opening up my laptop and reseating the HDD cancel my warranty?  Thanks!













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A:If I reseat my HDD do I void the warranty?

Hi,Welcome to the HP Forum! Slaad wrote:Hi, I recently dropped my HP G62-b13SA and now I receive the ''No bootable device -- insert boot disk and press any key'' Error message.When I run the Hard Disk Test from BIOS I receive Hard Disk not Exist Hard Disk Test Failed and Bood Device not found (3F0) Error messages. I can also hear a clicking noise when the pc is running.I searched on the web and found that if I reseat the HDD it may help. I am worried about doing this however as my laptop is still under Warranty. Would opening up my laptop and reseating the HDD cancel my warranty?  Thanks!NO. It will not violate your warranty. If you are getting an error of that sort for the reason your stated, it might be best to buy another hard disk. Use the recovery media that you should have created to recover your notebook to factory image state.Kind regards,erico

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Does Overclocking Void The Warranty. Im using a H50-55 and I am wondering if overclocking voids my warranty even if I don't touch the BIOS just looking to overclock through applications such as MSI Afterburner. Looking to overclock GPU

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Hi there, I have just purchased a new HP Pavilion x360 13-u164TU notebook and I was going to put some more ram in it. However, to open it up from the back I have to remove all of the rubber feet and I was worried that this would void the warranty as they seem to be glued on. So, would it void the warranty? Thank you 

A:Adding RAM Void the Warranty?

Hi,Manual: Page 56http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05147552RAM is on board, you cannot upgrade.Any disassembly causing breakage in the process will void warranty.RegardsVisruth

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Hello!I have a notebook... HP AY065NL. It has a good hardware specs (in my opinion) BUT at the moment it still has a HDD. :/Can I change it with a new SSD without void the warranty? Thank you all.  













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A:Can i change my hdd with a new ssd without void the warranty...

Hi,Yes you can put 2.5 inch SATA SSD replacing HDD yourself and WILL NOT void warranty as long as you DON'T BREAK anything in the process of upgrade. Manual: http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05087748 FRU remove/replace video: https://h20574.www2.hp.com/results.htm?SID=10862300&MEID=DCF73E2E-B847-414F-A43F-52FCC65135C9RegardsVisruth

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Hello. I am really happy with my purchase.I just want to know that if i open my laptop's panel (it is as i see a single big panel with 10 screws (picture)) and add an ssd as secondary storage,will i void my warranty? (also if i open it for cleaning dust after months) If this doesn't void my warranty,is there anyway to learn if there are any hidden screws or something tricky about opening this certain laptop? Thank you in advance.











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A:Will my warranty be void if i add a second storage?

You would have to take it to a service center. HP is not going to have you ship it to them to do an upgrade. And HP will not install 3rd party parts in any event so upgrades done by HP will cost a multiple of what it should cost. They are not in the upgrade business, they are in the laptop sale business. The laptop does not need a dust cleaning until after the 1 year warranty is over, more than likely. But you are pointing out some of the issues with this new "closed system" laptop world. Personally, I just install what I feel like installing and the heck with the warranty but not everybody is quite so reckless. In point of fact, if you do the upgrade right without damaging the laptop, HP probably (emphasize probably) will not yank the warranty but I am unable to promise anything on their behalf.  Give it a day or so for the manuals to reappear on the support pages. The other thing you have to worry about is if you are trying to add an M.2 mSSD drive in some cases that are not completely understood or defined, HP has disabled the ports. And if the laptop has an M.2 from the factory, even if there is a place for a 2.5 inch SATA SSD the laptop will not have the necessary caddy and cable inside.   

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I really want to change my primary storage. I want to transfer my Operating System to my blank SSD. but I don't know if I am going to void my warranty. Please tell me if I need to contact a technician or i can just do i myself. thanks!

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Just a quick question...I know that switching to Linux will void my warranty, but does downloading and using Open Office usually result in a void of warranty? Just wondering if anyone knows
 

A:Open Office=void of warranty??

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I need to upgrade the ram and the harddrive of an HP Probook 4520s, and I do not want to void the warranty.Knowing that I will have to remove the switchcover, the keyboard and the palmrest. Would it be possible to take it to hp hardware support to do the upgrade for me, or is that not supported under warranty ? What are my options ?  











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A:Would replacing ram on HP 4520s void warranty?

Hi: According to the manual, I do not see where you need to remove the palmrest. You remove the battery, switchcover and slide the keyboard toward the display, carefully flip it over and you should see the memory modules under there. I do not believe you need to disconnect the keyboard. Just leave it flipped over and change out the memory. See the note, NOT to remove the ribbon unless you are replacing the keyboard, which you are not. You will not void the warranty unless you physically damage any of the parts you removed, or physically damage the memory slots. HP isn't going to pay if you break the switch cover in half for example. HP may do it for you, but you will pay a good amount of money for the service.  Upgrades are not part of the warranty coverage. Paul

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I opened my W541 to do some dust clean work. When I said open I mean I take it apart and take the fan out in order to clean it.  so does it viod my warranty? 

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Hi,  I recently bought my elitebook 820 g3, with a 512gb boot SSD for some scientific work which requires a large SSD. However, I need additional storage on a large capacity HDD; and so want to install a new drive into the laptop. Will opening up the laptop to perform this upgrade void my warranty?  Cheers,Stefan













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A:Will opening laptop void warranty?

Not at all.  See pp. 32-37 of the Manual here: Service Manual Hard drive and SSD removal is classed as a customer self-repair item.  If this is "the Answer" please click "Accept as Solution" to help others find it. 

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I have two of these and I opened them up and upgraded the HDs to SSDs as well as upgraded the ram with no damage. Will this void my warrany on this particular model?

A:Will it void my warranty to upgrade memory and hd on these l...

Hi,Not if you've not break anything as of now.But if any issues arise later on due to this upgrade, HP would not honour warranty for the damage.For troubleshooting purpose in the future, you also would need to reinstate factory hardwares.RegardsVisruth

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I was given the Ideacentre 710 desktop as a very unexpected Christmas present. I hadn't planned on getting a new computer until I could get high speed internet - I'm stuck on dialup. My choices are to use a USB dialup modem or install an internal PCI-E dialup modem. Would installing an internal modem myself void the warranty? I tried contacting customer service but I was hoping to get email or chat support, but Lenovo doesn't do that. It's very inconvenient to do phone support (assuming that's free). So I'm hoping someone here might know something about this. Thanks.

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I was given the Ideacentre 710 desktop as a very unexpected Christmas present. I hadn't planned on getting a new computer until I could get high speed internet - I'm stuck on dialup. My choices are to use a USB dialup modem or install an internal PCI-E dialup modem. Would installing an internal modem myself void the warranty? I tried contacting customer service but I was hoping to get email or chat support, but Lenovo doesn't do that. It's very inconvenient to do phone support (assuming that's free). So I'm hoping someone here might know something about this. Thanks.

A:Installing PCI-E Card - Void Warranty?

Hi lilbblu87
 
Thanks for posting and welcome to the forum!
 
So long as nothing inside your PC is damaged and no warranty stickers are removed, I don't see it being an issue in regards to the warranty. It would also need to be removed should you ever need a repair under warranty. I would however suggest you contact US support using this link, pop in your SN and then on the right hand side click on 'Chat with a support agent' or 'Email support' so they can advise you further. 
 
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Will my laptop warranty gets void if i downgrade pre-installed Windows 10 to Windows 7? Because prefer the windows 7 than windows 10 and i bought the laptop 5-months ago.

A:Will laptop warranty gets void from downgrading?

Hi, You will not lose your warranty but (since you did not tell us this info) depending on the model you probably will not have any driver support for windows 7, so any issues which you will have due to lack of drivers will not be solved by acer. You will need to find drivers for all the components in the system by yourself. And I am expecting to be the case in your situation, since you bought it quite recently, and recent models of notebooks come with windows 10 support.

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I am purchasing an HP Pavilion 15-ac151dx and it comes with Windows 10 Pro. I personally hate Windows 10 and want to put Windows 8.1 on it. Will doing this void my warranty?













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A:Will downgrading from Windows 10 to 8.1 void my warranty?

Hi, I always say: warranty is a grey/gray area, changing OS won't void warranty if NO problem but you will have to restore it back to Windows 10 before put any claim if having any problem. I believe HP only supports software for 3 months. By the way, after Vista, Windows 8/8.1 is the one I hate most. Regards.

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HiI have a x1 c 3rd gen and the battery is getting very old, the run times are getting low and I am thinking of replacing the battery myself hence it is cheaper. Will this void my warranty or am I good? Thanks in advance....

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I opened my lenovo y50 cover to check the inside if there is any problem with it and also cleaning it from visible dust. I didn't clean major hardwares of my laptop for example the motherboard and fan (i trust the laptop feature for this one). My battery is not charging even after i plugged the charger in 3 different working socket. About 3 hours ago the wall socket which i always use to charge my laptop got a small explosion (not sure why). I think that is the problem that caused the charger (maybe the battery too ?) to fail. Will the warranty cover this ? I still have like 1 year of warranty. But since I have opened the laptop cover will the warranty void ? Or maybe cleaning the laptop's internal hardwares will also void the warranty ?  *Sorry if my English is bad.Really need an answer as soon as possible.Thank you.

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Wish to clean install windows 10 on brand new HP Omen 15 to remove bloatware, wondering if this voids the warranty?

A:Clean install void warranty?

Hi: For operating system support...Yes it will.  You would have to reinstall the original operating system using the recovery media you made for warranty support for W10 operating system problems.

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The Lenovo YOGA 520 comes with a 256GB PCI SSD and a empty slot for a 2.5 inch drive. If I were to open the laptop up to populate that 2.5 inch slot with my own SSD, would that void the one years warranty? Also does the 520 support digitizer pens? Thank You 

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Hello.
I bought dell inspiron 3558  from serbian official retailer in september last year as i remember.And now i have to..idk,extend that warranty by 5 years which dell gives in cooperation with "Nepo System".
Now the problem is,thats quite a long lasting procedure since i need to ship them laptop once every year to get them to regulary check it so i can still have warranty on it.
The question is:Can i open laptop,replace thermal paste on cpu and gpu because im preety sure that they arent the best and i would like to apply quality thermal paste on it?
Will opening and replacing thermalpaste(removing heatskins and stuff) void my warranty?

Thank you.

one more question guys:
hdd is making some strange noise...its not loud or anything,but when its quite i can hear cracking noise from it when its working,is this normal?

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Apparently my Toshiba Radius 12 laptop no longer qualifies for repair under the guarantee because I have opened the lid and used it!
After 11 months my laptop developed a fault with one of the hinges which jammed up and managed to detach itself from the base unit. When I sent it in for repairs to RepairTech, the official repairer of Toshiba laptops, I was told it couldn't be repaired under the guarantee because it showed signs of physical damage. I explained in writing that the damage evident resulted solely from the faulty hinge.
They argued back that "The damages to your hinge are classed as physical damage, they can only occur through physical interaction and so we are unable to have them replaced under warranty." They directed me to item 6 in the list of warranty exclusions:
6. damage caused by accident, abuse, contamination, misuse, viruses, liquid contact, fire, earthquake, improper or inadequate maintenance or calibration, negligence to the system or other external causes;
My laptop has never been subjected to an accident, abuse, contamination, misuse, viruses, liquid contact, fire, earthquake, improper or inadequate maintenance or calibration or negligence to the system.
The damage to the hinge must come under the other external causes.
So why is my laptop exempt from repair under warranty? Because I have physically interacted with the laptop. Well how have I physically interacted with this laptop? I have opened the lid and used it.
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I have a 1 year warranty that came with my pc. Since day 1 the fan has been making an annoying squeaking noise and I was wondering if I would still be able to return the pc if I was to open it and see if I can fix the issue myself.

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i put a HD that a friend gave me into my Dell computer... i think it might have had a boot sector virus or something will this void my dell warranty?
 

A:does adding a 2nd HD void DELL Warranty?

Very possibly since the added hardware casued the problem in the first place. Ever hear the saying don't ask don't tell? If they don't know you have then it is still under warranty isn't it?
 

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I noticed the intake of my laptop fans covered with dust and wanted to clean it up, which includes opening up the machine, detach the fan assembly, repaste, and reinstall everything back. I'm wondering wheteher doing so will void the warranty on my machine.

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Just earlier, my Dell XPS 13 went comatose on me. I pressed the power button, held it down, and nothing happened. Usually, if my laptop dies on me, I could press the power button and be shown the BIOS screen, but like I said, nothing's happening at all, no matter how many times I press or hold the power button. I've tried two Dell XPS 13 chargers (both work perfectly with my friend's Dell XPS 13), and both will lose the LED light whenever plugged into my laptop.
I've checked many sources online, and people say it's either a bad motherboard or I need to open my laptop, unplug the battery, drain it, and plug it back in. Before using my warranty, I'd like to try the second trick.
My question is: Will opening my Dell XPS 13 void my warranty?

A:Will Opening my Dell XPS 13 Void my Warranty?

No, but if you damage anything, they can deny service.  Let Dell handle it under warranty.

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Last month I purchased an Omen laptop with 8GB memory.  Now I would like to insert an additional 8GB.  In order to add the additional memory module, the base enclosure on the bottom will have to be removed along with disconnecting the battery.   Can I do this myself without voiding the warranty, or do I need to have HP do this?  

A:Will adding memory void the warranty

Hi, What is your Omen ? On many HP machines now you need this work from an Authorized Service Provider parts.  Please use the following instructions to find out the model/product of your machine:  http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c00033108Regards.

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I would like to upgrade my ProBook 650 G1 HDD 500 GB hard drive to a ADATA SP550 240 GB SSD.  Will this void my warranty?  It is a simple slip off the back cover and remove 3 screws, pull out the HDD and reverse the procedure to put in the SSD.  I would use disk image to prepare the SDD before doing the swap.  I only have about 30 GB of space used on the HDD,  Thanks in advance for any responses.

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