He did give me a refund butwatch out. Just go to Best Buy and get ...
Rachel Meech, Amazon
19 October 2014
Summary: Not what ordered. What I got was a 30gb hard drive, 1 gb ram... not what was advertised. He did give me a refund but watch out. Just go to Best Buy and get a laptop. I ended up getting one for the same price with Windows 8, 1tb of hard drive, and 4 gb of ram. Watch out. These computers are not worth what they are asking.
lots of excuses and poor service don't waste your money with them you will ...
C L Millsap, Amazon
14 October 2014
Summary: small HDD and USB ports don't function properly. Vendor does not want to allow returns.. lots of excuses and poor service don't waste your money with them you will be stuck with the product and they will try to make it impossible to return.
Excerpt: It was on charge for several hours first. I took it off charge and started it up just fine. It booted well and then it died from a defective battery. Almost immediately! It was an OLD unit to start with. I was very disappointed in the look of it and the weight. It was so heavy. In general I was just very disappointed, because I needed a backup computer for my accounting business. I chatted with a rep to see how to return it. They said to do as I pleased with the unit.
Summary: The ad clearly shows a CD ROM, but it was not in the shipment received. The battery died within a few days. Bought a new battery, but now the computer will not boot up. There's a system configuration error and requires the missing CD ROM. Without the CD ROM, the computer is just dead weight.
Summary: Because it didn't work at all! I have internet connection so that was not the problem. What the problem is the light on the laptop kept blinking and it was completely changed. However I have sent it back, and hoping to get my money back! I am not going to buy another laptop that comes from a company that is not legit. So what it comes to I am not happy at All!!!!
Summary: this used computer lives up to its' name. So used, it came with every virus you can name and then some. It is unsavable. Did not know right away that is was so bad because it came with a frayed cord that had to be replaced just to charge the battery. Bought a new battery while I was at it just to save time (not money). Now I am stuck with a heap of junk and new parts worth nothing and am out over $275.00. Yep, I am the stupid one. My advise is don't be the stupid one.
Summary: I received the Dell D630 promptly and realized it didn't have the Core2 processor that I thought it would have...my fault for not checking more closely. However, when I started it up, it soon became apparent that the speaker was blown. I had to wear earphones to hear anything. Did anybody check this thing out? I sent it back for a refund and got an HP EliteBook with a core2 vPro processor, for less money, from another seller.