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Lone Wolf

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I'm looking to upgrade one of my PC's. I've listed the system info below. Would it bee easier to upgrade it or start from scratch and build a new system? If upgrading is an option I'd appreciate some suggestions.

Windows: Windows 98 A 4.10 (Build 2222)
Memory (RAM): 240 MB
CPU Type: AMD Athlon™ Processor
CPU Speed: 1093.6 MHz
Sound card: SiS 7018 Wave
Video card:
Screen Resolution: 1024 X 768
Network Card:
Power Status: High
Time Zone: GMT Standard Time
CD Burner: Not Installed
COM Ports: COM1 COM5 COM4
LPT Ports:
Hard Disks: C:\ 38.2GB
HD Serial Number: 4066 - 16DF
BIOS Date: Not Detected
Serial Number:
Manufacturer:
Product Make:
PCMCIA (Laptops): Not Installed
USB Controllers: Detected: 2 host controllers.
Firewire (1394): Not detected
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You might be able to upgrade you PC but with the low prices of all these computer companys trying to compete with eachother it wouldbe alot cheaper to just buy a new one. To buy a new one look somewhere like circuit city or bestbuy, they usually have some good deals.

If you really want to upgrade could you please tell what you expect to be able to do on your computer.
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