Message from discussion Newegg: Installing Linux On Your Computer Is Basically The Same As Breaking It
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From: Foster <frankfoste...@yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: Newegg: Installing Linux On Your Computer Is Basically The Same As Breaking It
Date: Tue, 12 Jun 2012 15:54:03 -0400
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On 12 Jun 2012 19:38:01 GMT, Hardon wrote:
> One would think that Newegg, beloved electronics supplier to the
> world's geeks wouldn't have a problem with customers installing
> different operating systems on their systems after delivery. Heck,
> they should expect it. Which is why Norma was surprised when she
> returned her new Thinkpad that had a glitchy display after only three
> days, and Newegg refused the RMA. Why? Well, she had installed Linux
> Mint on it, which voids the Newegg return policy for computers.
Good for them...
She did not return the unit in the condition she bought it in.
And chances are, the glitchy display was due to Linux fscking up.