How to Check Warranty Status of Seagate Hard drive Online

by Venkat eswarlu on August 22, 2009

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 How to Check Warranty Status of Seagate Hard drive Online

If a user buys computer, the shop owner gives warranty for the whole system for one year or more depends on they offer. The user who buys computer doesn’t enquire details of warranty period for  hard drive, processor, RAM  etc.

Because Seagate hard drive gives warranty of five years for recently manufactured hard drives, if the Hard drive fails after one year the user blindly thinks since warranty is over he thinks to buy to new one . But if he checks the warranty status of Seagate hard drive online, he will find his drive has another 4 years warranty.

To check warranty of  Seagate hard drive online

1. Just visit Seagate hard drive warranty validation page.

 How to Check Warranty Status of Seagate Hard drive Online

2. Enter serial number, Model number located on Hard drive and select your country click submit to know the warranty period left for hard drive.

You can take your failed hard drive to service center of Seagate, and get replacement hard drive. Your hard drive won’t be replaced if burnt. Since these days hard drives failing very frequently, to check health condition of your hard drive you can use free Crystal Diskinfo. Take backup of your data at regular intervals whenever necessary.


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Anonymous January 2, 2010 at 5:55 pm

thanks for the infor, really helpful


venkat January 2, 2010 at 7:26 pm

Thanks buddy, you are welcome stay tuned for more productive stuff to come.


humpty August 20, 2011 at 7:23 pm

Unlike Samsung, say, Seagate warranty checking procedure requires its victims to perform a song and dance before they tell you if the drive is still under warranty within the relevant jurisdiction.

First off, they require both the serial and the model – as if different models can have the same serial number. Guess what, in addition to such monkey tricks, I once had TWO, not just one teeny weeny little mishtake, hard drives whose serial numbers are not in Seagate’s master record. How did that happen? Is someone counterfeiting Seagate HDDs? And what a song and dance that took to rectify. They probably want the size of genitalia if people relinquished. It’s just a cheepish hard drive, dumbos. Dumb pen & poaper pushing morons trying to look, oh-so, constructive and eager to help. Helping thier ego and pensions, of course.

Secondly, they force you to test it first before even checking if the drive is under warranty or not – yup, The “Sea Tool” crapping test. What if after all the testing you find that your HDD is not under warranty? Have you performed some mercy mission for the benefit of mankind only to be told, “Bugger off you midget ..”?

Seagate, a real tight ass control freak trying to look, oh-so, religiously prim and proper. What a waste of time. And guess what religion wants from its starry-eyed all the time – worship. They can’t be wrong, shorely … sort of nonsense. The abandoning of control back to normality is only to be countered when abandonment is running amok. Are people returning HDDs to Seagate because of every little knock and vibration? What about those who wished to merely chack on the warranty status of their HDD. Whaat? You don’t do that. Just like royalty and the pope, eh?


sunny January 29, 2012 at 9:15 am

i am fedaf with segate waranty


Ram August 23, 2012 at 10:34 am

Really usefull


Khader March 22, 2013 at 2:36 pm

Thank u


Venkat eswarlu March 22, 2013 at 5:09 pm

You’re welcome.


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