Apple MacBook Extended Repair Program for Hard Drive Issues

Written By Sam on 18 February 2010

Apple launched an extended repair program for all Hard Drives of MacBooks that might have some problems in the Hard-drives. Apple recognized hard drive failures under certain conditions for MacBooks sold between May 2006 and December 2007 and now set to rectify these failures through a free Repair program called “Extended Repair Program”.

If you own a MacBook purchased between the above-mentioned dates that prompts you with a flashing question mark on screen whenever the MacBook is turned on, then its time you take it to the Apple or an Apple Authorized Service Provider for the extended Repair program. Apple will examine the hard drive and might either repair or replace your drive. Most affected are the 13-inch black and white MacBook models with processor speeds – 1.83GHz, 2GHz, or 2.16GHz and Hard drive capacities ranging from 60GB, 80GB, 100GB, 120GB, or 160GB. However, Apple does not provide any standard warranty coverage through this extended repair program, but indeed, it extends hard drive coverage of machines for three years from the date of purchase or until August 2010. So Hurry up! Get your affected MacBook Hard Drives repaired as soon as possible.

2 Responses to “Apple MacBook Extended Repair Program for Hard Drive Issues”

  1. Benjamin Ruedas Del Real says:

    I have a 13-inch white MacBook, for which hard disk failure will almost two years ago, what should I do? single remote control the hard disk or entire MacBook??? I expect an answer.

  2. hard disk says:

    If hard drive crashed, that’s a huge losses, so we need some technical knowledge about hard disk recovry, backup, format, partition and hard drive upgrade to solve our hard drive failure problems

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