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  Reply # 1952893 7-Feb-2018 12:36
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I'll take 8 - Seagate Baracuda 1TB 7200 3.5", if it's still available. I'll PM you




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  Reply # 1952911 7-Feb-2018 13:05
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allan:

 

I'll take 8 - Seagate Baracuda 1TB 7200 3.5", if it's still available. I'll PM you

 

 

Done, it's yours. Have PMd you.

 

 

 

 




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  Reply # 1953444 8-Feb-2018 08:31
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Updated list.

 

     

  1. GONE
  2. LianLi PC60 Aluminium Tower Case. 15 years old. Has good power supply. Sad to see this go :-(
  3. GONE
  4. GONE
  5. PC - Athlon Dual Core 7550. 2GB RAM. No HDD, Asus Radeon HD 4650 512MB. CD(DVD?) writer. Beige(ish) Case!
  6. Juniper SSG20 Firewall with ADSL Card. Can't do 100Mb/s Fibre.
  7. Seagate Baracuda 160GB 7200 3.5" IDE - Can ship at your cost
  8. GONE

 

Also internal DVD drive/writer, CPU heatsink + fan, Microsoft PS2 black keyboard to go with any of above.


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  Reply # 1954787 10-Feb-2018 13:14
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I thought I was having the 1tb hard drive?

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