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|12th December 2008, 16:23||#1|
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Hewlett Packard Wipes Your Hard Drive To Fix A Broken Key On Your Keyboard
Here's a story that should help to remind you to back up all your data — even if you're just getting a key replaced on your keyboard.
Reader Marjan says HP has official policy that requires that they erase your hard drive — even if there's nothing wrong with your computer that would require them to even turn it on.
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