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# 36546 27-Jun-2009 20:59
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After months of nagging, I am finally having a cleanout of all my old computer stuff.  Most of it still working.  I thought someone here might want to take the whole lot of my hands and then either use or sell of in bits for a tidy profit.  I dont have the time at the moment and it has already taken my quite a while to finally get to this stage.

While I would prefer to sell as a complete lot, I will accept offers for any parts.  Feel free to ask any questions either on the forum or via PM.
1. IBM Desktop computer Netvista 8309-26A
Intel Pentium 4 2.0GHz (512KB), 128MB, 40GB 7200RPM IDE HDD, PCI Desktop (4x4), Intel Extreme Graphics, 48x CD-ROM, Intel 10/100 Ethernet, Windows XP Professional
IBM Key board and mouse.  Windows XP installed and licence sticker, but no CD
Computer not starting at moment, Stopped working one day, fans start, but nothing comes up on screen (tried another monitor), tried new motherboard, new cpu) worked on it a while ago, but have not hot anytime, could be memory, but all the other parts seem to still work, so someone will probably be able to fix easily, sell and make a quick profit.
2. AsRock motherboard (socket 478, model P4i45GL) bought to try on IBM machine above, only installed for a couple of hours then taken out and put back in wrapping.
3. 1.6Ghz Intel Pentium 4 Socket 478 CPU+HeatSink FAN (again bought to try on above machine – was second hand off trademe.)
4. 14inch CRT monitor, colour not accurate
5 .Okta touch car charger
8. 2 x 256mb desktop memory – AData DDR400 - used
9. USB Bluetooth Adaptor, original packaging, with driver CD, works great, but again no longer needed
10. Microsoft Office 2000 Professional CD and licence


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  # 229370 29-Jun-2009 21:59
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So no one wants to make me even a cheeky offer for all this stuff??? Well i might have to go to Trademe then.

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  # 229431 30-Jun-2009 08:24
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What would be wanting for the Asrock board ? Got a couple of 775 chips lying round here that need a bed :)




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  # 229527 30-Jun-2009 12:50
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Not sure, I paid $60 or so for it, so somewhere south of that. Send me a PM with what you think is fair and I am sure we can sort something out

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  # 231028 4-Jul-2009 18:19
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how bout the tuner/remote?




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  # 239451 27-Jul-2009 20:26
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updated the listing

tuner card and remote sold

motherboard in fact socket 478, Asrock model P4i45GL

Just want it all out the door, we are considering a move soon, I would hate to have to throw it away!!

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