Solved Product Registration for your Hard drive - Is it required for Warrente Tags: Hard Drives Computer Components Storage Last response: April 1, 2012 5:43 AM in Storage Share q4quality April 1, 2012 12:22:20 AM A total newby question, but I have never registered a computer component before. So do I need to register my computer components (when I build a new pc from components, from ncix) to get the manufacturers wareentee? Anyone know how to do that with a 2 yr old WD1001FALS drive? More about : product registration hard drive required warrente Best solution rolli59 a c 229 G Storage April 1, 2012 12:36:54 AM Only a few companies require you to register for a lifetime warranty on top of their regular one XFX and EVGA as examples. So far I have not seen that on any HDD so you basically will not have to register until you claim warranty. q4quality April 1, 2012 5:43:53 AM Best answer selected by q4quality. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: Forumregistration key lost, what do i do?? ForumInvalid registration code ForumWindows XP registration ForumVerifying Windows Registration ForumOn a budget right now but want to upgrade GPU help ForumWindows XP Re- registration Question Forumproduct key code required for installation of os. ForumFollow up to hard drive problem ForumFollow up to hard drive problem ForumCloning a drive to upgrade a hard disc Forumreformat hard drive containing a virus ForumWhich Hard Drive should I get , WD or Seagate? ForumFastest / Best SSD for $200ish ??? Vertex 3 ?? ForumGencon 2005 Event Registration Information ForumI will never buy another XFX product ForumTo RAID or not to RAID, backup advice. ForumSamsung F3 HD103SJ failing disk (windows has found a failing hard disk ForumNot able to format hard disk ForumCan I boot off a RAID card with only 1 hard drive plugged into it? ForumWindows XP does not show K drive under My Computer More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !