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BPlagens

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Registered: 18/06/08
How to find out the "manufacture date"?
Posted: 18-Jun-2008 14:18
 
Hello!

Can you tell me how to find out the manufacture date of my Satellite A110-334 with the serial "SY6224123K"?
I need this information for my insurance!

I found only this link for HDD`s: http://www.storage.toshiba.eu/index_manual.php?pid=220&sid=536&la=en

But there is no "S" on the first digit!??

So it is maybe "Y6" which can be November 2006! Is this right?

Thank you!

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This is the information on the link above:

How to encode a Toshiba Hard Disk Drive Serial Number?
The Toshiba serial number (S/N) includes details of the date of manufacture. The first digit of the serial number indicates the Month of manufacture and the 2nd digit indicates the Year.

Example:
M Y x x x x x x x
M = Month
Y = Year

The month digit goes from 1, for January, through to 9, for September, and then X, Y and Z, for October, November and December.

Examples:
2 8 1 7 0 0 0 1 A
2 = February
8 = 1998

3 0 5 4 4 3 0 6 T
3 = March
0 = 2000

X 9 D 7 8 3 3 1 T
X = October
9 = 1999

The remaining digits contain information about factory and production line, and some digits are reserved for a continuously running serial number.
Silas

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Registered: 10/02/05
Re: How to find out the "manufacture date"?
Posted: 18-Jun-2008 14:45   in response to: BPlagens in response to: BPlagens
 
Hello

Try with http://gedb.toshiba.com/

Let me know if you find info you need.
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