подскажите нубу, это письмо означает что мне едет процессор или как?
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Warranty Claim: OPN AD9600AGABBOX , Serial number BOOTKIT
Thank you for submitting your warranty claim.
Your request has been approved and the authorization number is: RMA#
2000265320 which is valid for the next 30 days.
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Instead of asking for a Boot Kit, AMD is saying to RMA your CPU to be replaced under Warranty. Seems like you put in by accident a RMA of your CPU instead of asking for a BOOT KIT.
You need to put "BOOT KIT REQUIRED" in the "Problem Discription" part of the RMA Request. Instead you put "BOOTKIT" under "Serial Number" ("Warranty Claim: OPN AD9600AGABBOX , Serial number BOOTKIT"). Unable to Boot New Desktop System Configured with AMD 2nd Generation Ryzen™ Desktop Processor, and A...
Rather than ask for the boot package, AMD offers the RMA to replace your processor warranty. It looks like you accidentally inserted a RMA your processor instead of asking BOOT KIT.
Hopefully, One of the AMD Moderators can clear up the misunderstanding since your English is not your native language. @ray_m or amdmatt
Hopefully, one of AMD moderators will be able to eliminate misunderstanding, because your English is not your native language. @ray_m or amdmatt
NOTE: AMD FORUM IS A ENGLISH ONLY FORUM. PLEASE REPLY BACK IN ENGLISH. THANKS.