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Topic # 62414 6-Jun-2010 18:14
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Plugged this in, after 6-9moths without use, and the bang pop smoke happened.

CDRW drive - BTC BCE 5232IM
Pinnacle - TV tuner card. Belling lee, 3.5mm out, composite video and S-video
220W PSU - assume fried
no ram. single slot
P4 - unknown
IDE hdd - unknown
mobo - unknown

Rear of case has, ps2 keybaord and mouse, parallel, serial, vga, network, 2x usb, line in, line out, speaker.
Front of case, power/reset buttons, hidden cd tray, hidden mic and headphone, hidden usb x2.

Case is black.

XP home OEM licence on case, when I last used it it was working fine, with SP3.


FREE to a good home, or donations accepted Tongue out

Can be collected from Porirua, or top of Cuba street. Pick ups only, shipping is not an option.

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  Reply # 338842 6-Jun-2010 19:29
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If I organised a courier to pick this up from you, would shipping be possible in that way?




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