Any one want rid of any old machines ??

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Any one want rid of any old machines ??

Post by azznetz »

Hi guys, if theres any body trying to get rid of an old machine 100mhz - 500mhz for free or for cash let me know as i need a old machine to do dhcp, routing and so on thanks

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Hello,
Postage is too expensive !
Where are you ? I think it's better for you to have a look on buisness trash or asking neighbors
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Post by intellivision »

if you have one of those council cleanup days where everybody dumps their old trash out the front of their house for collection have a dig around. Many comps get thrown out in this way cause their too old.
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Try asking at your local PC repair shop, they are always throwing out old computers and i'm sure they wouldn't mind you taking a few off their hands
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Apache wrote:Try asking at your local PC repair shop, they are always throwing out old computers and i'm sure they wouldn't mind you taking a few off their hands
Thats true since it costs them to dispose of. You can't just throw circuit boards in the normal rubbish bins now. Its against the law due to all the recycling stuff you now have to do.

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Andy wrote:Thats true since it costs them to dispose of. You can't just throw circuit boards in the normal rubbish bins now...
All because of the WEEE directive
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Andy wrote:You can't just throw circuit boards in the normal rubbish bins now. Its against the law due to all the recycling stuff you now have to do.
A priest i know found a legal and unpacked (so propably never used) Windows NT 4 workstation and a working monitor and CD-ROM in a rubbish bin in Munic (south Germany) half year ago...

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Post by happy dude »

At least he wont be going to hell for using a pirated copy of Windows now LOL

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