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Master Geek
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Topic # 242444 28-Oct-2018 22:33
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Hey team - anyone clean to help me clean out my garage?

 

Pickup only from Hamilton (Off Church Road)

 

 

 

TIVO with wireless adapter and remote - remote is a bit dodgy.. works well sometimes but other times no dice. Otherwise I would think it'd be a good candidate for modding.

 

 

 

I also have 6x older intel iMac's that could use a new home or they'll go to the dump

 

 

 

5x iMac Mid 2007 Aluminium Models 

Core 2 Duo 2.0GHz 
2GB Ram (2x 1GB DDR2 something)
Radeon HD 2400 

Faults-

 

1x iMac - has a faulty hard drive but otherwise seems okay
1x iMac - has 3 lines down the screen and is missing the hard drive 
2x iMac - has a faulty hard drive and have a red line down the LCD
1x iMac - has a GPU fault (lines on screen) only 1GB Ram & is missing the ram cover - gets past the startup progress screen but doesn't load MacOS. 

 


Also

1x iMac 20" Early 2009 - Core 2 Duo 2.66GHz - 4GB (I think) - Geforce 9400. 
Chimes and sounds like its working but no display. Missing the ram cover. 

 

 

 

 


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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 2115697 28-Oct-2018 22:39
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Hi : )
Could I take the one with the broken hard drive and working screen?

Thanks so much!



204 posts

Master Geek
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  Reply # 2115700 28-Oct-2018 22:54
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Sorry should have been more clear - I'm hoping someone will take all the iMac's in one go... otherwise I've still gotta dump the rest so it doesn't really save me any time. :)


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