Where is the case number on a laptop?
Question: I'm filling out a paper to send my toshiba laptop in to get fixed and on the top it asks for Date: Case Number: and Serial Number: Is the date, the date that I purchased the laptop or the date I'm filling the paper out? and Where can I find the Case Number?
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When you call in, they would have given you a "case number" or incident number. Date is the date you initiated the call for support. --- Kasey C, PC guru since Apple II days I used to have a handle on life, then it broke.
you wanna disassemble the laptop if u do not mean taking everything apart you should go to the manufacturers site for information specific to your laptop model about procedures to remove the case since it was handled roughly it could be a HDD problem so I would if I were you get a hdd from somewhere and try it on your laptop before anything else
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In the UK, she is legally obliged to provide her name, address, registration number and insurance details. You are obliged to do the same though you can agree to provide the information later. You should have recorded whatever information was available to you at the time about the other driver, make and model of car, registration number, driver's details, how the accident happened, where it happened, what damage was caused ... that kind of thing. Sometimes we are too shaken to do everything quite the way we should and insurance companies realise we will not be perfect in those situations. Still, we have to do as much as we can. It will be a condition of your insurance that you notify your insurer of the accident. You need to do so now. It will also be a condition of your insurance that you do not admit liability or make an offer to pay. My insurance policy also says I must send any correspondence from the other party to THEM, unanswered. In fact I would reply but only to say the correspondence has been referred to my insurer. Hope you get it sorted out OK. It's not nice but it's what we've got insurance for.
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