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Matt T

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Solved :whistling:

Edited by Matt T, 16 December 2007 - 09:58 PM.

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ok first of all a "windows 95" computer doesn't tell us anythign about whats actually inside the computer!

to advise you on what you might be able to use we need to no what is in your pc
for example
motherboard, processor, RAM, hard drives any CD or DVD burners?

if you dont no what is in your computer then you can download and install everest home edition
it will tell you everything that you will need to no

and secondly there are a few good sites if you live in the usa
they are

post back with some specs
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Doubtful anything other than the CD drives are salvagable anyway and you might not want to given there age and how cheap newer faster ones are.

What do you want the system for specifically there are some places youll want to spend more money on depending on the intended uses.
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