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Kiwi1971

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#111215 27-Oct-2012 16:35
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Hi guys I need this for my Mum's old PC as a stop gap before she gets a laptop [Or I get her one]

Currently she has only 512MB of DDR400 CL3 of the type shown below.

Just want to get her a cheap 1GB stick to give her PC a bit more life and so she can Skype my brother and his kids in the UK. 

I don't need brand new or want to pay over the top courier charges, donated item obviously welcome but let me know what you want for it and I can do bank transfer.

Will need it posted to her address in New Plymouth as I am off to Auckland for a week but will pop back in to her place next Saturday on my way back to Wellington.

Here's what her machine currently uses.
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UrbanMyth
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  #707532 27-Oct-2012 17:23
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I have a 1GB module A0548449 your mum can have. Came out of a Dell. Should be good, but I may have access to more if this faulty... will have to talk nicely to mate who has spare

Pickup from Bell Block preferable (during the week) otherwise I live further out if you want it today/tomorrow :)

Kiwi1971

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  #707537 27-Oct-2012 17:37
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UrbanMyth: I have a 1GB module A0548449 your mum can have. Came out of a Dell. Should be good, but I may have access to more if this faulty... will have to talk nicely to mate who has spare

Pickup from Bell Block preferable :)


That sounds great, said she could collect during the week but as I don't go until tomorrow , if you are around tonight I could grab it later.

Could you PM me your details and we can sort something out.

Did you mean have, have or have buy. LMK.

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UrbanMyth
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  #707539 27-Oct-2012 17:37
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Have for free

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