Originally Posted by Nonehxc
Don't know anything about RMA's, I've never had the bad luck of having to do one in 15 years of hardware purchases(banging my head on wood!!), so please correct me if I'm wrong...couldn't the manufacturer argue that since it is a driver problem and not anything to do with the hardware, it's Nvidia's responsability?
That's what I'm also somewhat concerned about...
I never enjoyed trying to resolve a blame game over email. A few days ago, I contacted my university because of a glitch with the math placement system. They told me to contact the company that was managing the system, because the university doesn't manage it.
Then the company said that the problem lies with the university, since they designed the format of the test and review material.
I then contacted the university, and again they said it was the company's fault.
You get the point of what happened next when I contacted the company again.