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    Hi

    Was wondering if anyone can help me with an issue.

    We have a HP Proliant server ML370 G3 and its HP care pack which we took out when we brought the server is due to expire on Christmas Day. I was wondering if we can extend this warranty for a further 3 years.

    Is this possible on the HP proliant range. The HP site is useless for information on care packs.

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    Re: HP Care packs

    yes you can, all you need to do is purchase another care pack

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    Re: HP Care packs

    Hmmm, I am sure HP told me that you can only have 5 years warranty at the most, so you would want a 2 year pack, but who knows, every one I talk to gives me a different answer.

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