Start learning about Linux, Nginx, Maria DB, PHP-FPM, Java, IPv6, HTTPS, Word Press and much more!Tip: Receive your free Chapter Secure your site with HTTPS by joining our mailing list!But, since Christmas is coming up soon, it might take longer. well, that was it, the warranty service was arranged, and all I need to do is put it in the box, and hand it over to Fed Ex. I was quite surprised when I received an email regarding the exact same issue today, actually. Services offered are the following : Updating of member data records, verification of premium contributions, printing of ID cards, processing/encoding of membership application forms, verification of Phil Health number, updating and printing of Member Data Record (MDR), a primary document in claims availment, as well as printing of Phil Health Identification Number cards.
I even opened up the HP Wireless Assistant, and even that didn’t see the Adaptor.
Then, he had me power cycle my Internet Modem (apparently, I also forgot to mention that the problem wasn’t with my Wireless Network, as my notebook connects to it fine).
Then, he put me on hold for 5 minutes, and came back on the phone and told me that it’ll need to be sent into HP for warranty service.
He explained to me that HP will send me a box through Fed Ex, which contains instructions, and that I should pack the notebook into the box (duh), and either get Fed Ex to pick it up, or to drop it off to Fed Ex.
He said the box should arrive on Saturday (tomorrow), and that it usually takes 7-10 business days for you to get your notebook back (article on HP’s site says 10-14…).