Originally Posted by bruinator
Kingston is replacing it for nothing.
wow. Kingston actually standing up to there end of the warranty?
After my last dealing with them, im shocked, lol
I bought a 4GB drive off them last year it think it was. It randomly decides to stop working. So I call them, they say to send it along. Two weeks went by, got a box in the mail. Inside was my same flashdrive and a letter telling me that I tampered with it, so the warranty was made null and void. I did nothing of the sort....... Unless you call plugging it into a computer once "tampering",
So I was left by myself to fix it.