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# 127096 29-Jul-2013 21:52
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Having a cleanout and have this old Buffalo Terastation NAS hanging around. Brought it back with me from the UK, guessing its from about 2008. Also comes with 4 x 250GB disks. Powers up fine and doesnt seem to have any problems and no disks report any errors. $120 pickup from Auckland or can ship at your risk and expense - its quite heavy so might cost a bit.

http://prntscr.com/1i5lez for a pic


Adding - Cisco 877 router. Seems to be ok. Did hard reset and powers up fine. Have an 837 floating round that Ill chuck in for free if you want it.

http://prntscr.com/1i5shi for show version info - $40

Adding - ASUS M4A89GTD PRO Motherboard. Got this repaired from computer lounge a while ago but never needed it again. Assuming it works. Free to pickup or yours for postage cost, rather someone used it then chucking it out.

Adding - WD 1 TB External Hard drive with power supply - $40




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  # 868161 29-Jul-2013 21:52
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you.




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  # 868216 29-Jul-2013 23:10
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I am extremely interested in the Terastation, where would pick up be?




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  # 868218 29-Jul-2013 23:11
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  # 868226 29-Jul-2013 23:21
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Sorry to be a pain but any pics of the back?




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  # 868260 30-Jul-2013 06:13
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Also interested in the terrastation do you have a model number?

I see it takes 4 drives.... what is the size limit per drive?




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  # 868428 30-Jul-2013 12:35
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Pic as requested http://prntscr.com/1iaf7e

Thats the model number on the back of the pic. Not sure about max disk size sorry but doubt it would be more than 1TB going off the age of the model.




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  # 868550 30-Jul-2013 14:11
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Max 2tb with 500gb drives.

Ok it looks brilliant, I will buy it, PM me the address for pickup and I will come this thursday morning with cash.




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  # 868612 30-Jul-2013 15:16
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As above Terastation has sold




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  # 868882 30-Jul-2013 21:01
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Motherboard has gone now sorry




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  # 870901 2-Aug-2013 18:16
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Hey I'm interested in the 1TB Hard Drive can I see a pic of it?

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  # 870947 2-Aug-2013 19:49
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hey, sorry shoulda said but drive has gone. Only got the 877 router left. $40 really is a bargain for this but if no one wants it Im just gonna stick it in the storeroom at work and they can use it.




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