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# 68091 14-Sep-2010 20:49
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It's spring clean time again!  Have a big list of stuff that needs to go, offered here first, then Trademe then the bin!

Due to the amount of items, no photos have been taken.

12 CD/DVD Jewel Cases (5 Normal size, 7 slim line)

Microsoft Office One Note 2003 retail - Not installed

Microsoft Office 2000 Professional retail - not installed

Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional OEM CD with Interactive Getting Started CD

Microsoft Windows XP OEM CD - No license

Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional OEM with Original COA Sticker

Microsoft Windows 95 "C" OEM CD

Microsoft Windows 95 "B" OEM CD

Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2000 MVL Disk Kit - Unopened and has a license key that I can see on the back though

Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2000 OEM Disk Kit - Opened and has license keys on the back of some of the disks

Toshiba Satellite 1110 Series Recovery DVDs 1 and 2

Motorola Phone Tools CD

Norton Antivirus 2004 with License Key

Arcade Classics 2 - For Windows 95 or lower

Mat Hoffmans Pro BMX Nutri-Grain CD

Need for Speed Hot Pursuit CD

Farscape The Game CD

Mortal Kombat Trilogy CD

TOCA 2 Touring Cars CD

2 x Apple Logo Stickers - Unused

2 x Pedometers - Cheap freebies

1 x OSRAM DOT-it light - 3 LED and requires 3AAA batteries

1 x Nokia headset - Type: HDS-3 - Unused

1 x PC Headset with Mic. Single earphone design

1 x Internal Panasonic Floppy Disk Drive

1 x Generation X Plus Cellphone antenna booster - came free with something, unopened

1 x Belkin USB Ball mouse with scroll wheel. Quite a small mouse

1 x USB Motocycle Engine Hub - Makes noises and moves up and down

1 x HP 256MB DDR2 SODIMM Memory

1 x ASUS PortBar 2 Port replicator

1 x StorCase 68-pin Wide SCSI to 80-pin Single connect SCSI (Hot plug to non hot plug adaptor)

1 x QLogic QLA-2100 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter PCI-Extended

1 x 10/100 MB PCI NIC

2 x 56k PCI Modems

Open to offers on anything above.  Buyer will need to pickup from Hamilton or pay for postage.

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  # 385554 28-Sep-2010 16:44
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So far only one person has expressed interest - but has gone quiet all of a sudden.

All will be going in the bin since I can't be bothered putting it on Trademe at the moment.

Final call...

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  # 385560 28-Sep-2010 17:16
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Why not just bring it down to Salvation Army or somewhere like that and give it away? Or go to your local community centre or library or schools??

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  # 385563 28-Sep-2010 17:23
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Good idea, The Sallies will take some of it (they don't like electronic goods as they can be held liable for faulty equipment)

If there are no takers on here then I will see what I can donate.

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  # 385567 28-Sep-2010 17:28
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Donate them away rather than just bin it as there will be people really benefit from this. The SBS, could go to a local business (as long as they have someone knowledgeable enough to support it) etc.

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