Originally Posted by jamaster14
aurora, it was actually 3 different agents (2 phone 1 email)... i verified 3 times because this is a major issue for me with my dual boot set-up and all the vidoe capturing i will be saving ot the second HDD.
as for notifying them while I dont want other users to go through what i did im not going to do their job for them... if it costs them customers then it serves them right.
It looks like im sticking with it, im asking to eb compensated, i do feel cheap i dont liek being "bought out" but there really arent many alternatives as far as high end mobile machines iwth these componenets and upgradeable graphics.
I wouldn't feel like you were "bought out" if you're being compensated based on your terms, and with what you're comfortable. When I first started looking at the cofiguration screens, it is a little deceiving, the fact that you do not see that it is not a hot swapable drive, or multi bay unless you go to "learn more". It actually never says it's not multi bay. When the topic first started, I thought what they told you was correct. It really should be on the first screen. I did see that luckily and decided on a External Firewire drive. 60gb does kinda bite, especially when you use it for mainly graphic and web design, photos and 40GB's of MP3's (all legal, that's my story and I'm stickin' to it) . Not to mention 1-3 gigs per game.
On a side note, it's good that you are using it for a Multi OS situation. At least you will not require both at the same time (sheer speculation on my part). All of my experiences with Multi platforms on the same drives were not usually good, enough so that I gave up. Being able to swap out the drives will make for a sweet system.