Loc: Pinellas Park, Florida
I've never pulled the trigger on eBay, but my wife does regularly w/o disappointment - she doesn't buy tech stuff, though. Basically, you have to know exactly what you want and how much you're willing to pay and don't get into bidding wars. I'm still waffling on getting an AP Express with AirTunes.
Is there any way to tell if I have likely physical damage that will come back to bite me again?
My bad disk seems to have reformatted OK (including 7-pass wipe). If my data copies back onto it without error, should I feel safe?
Or should I get rid of this disk?
Should Disk Warrior's "speed inhibited by disk malfunction" that I saw earlier scare me into getting a new internal drive? (Which is massive hassle, but my credit card's warranty-doubling would probably pay for it.)
OK--end of story: Apple replaced my drive for $224. I dropped the Air off on Saturday and got it back Wednesday. (It didn't have to ship out--in fact they were going to do it while I waited--except they were out of the drives and had to get more in.)
I can live with that price, and my credit card seems to double warranties, so I'm likely to be reimbursed
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