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Anybody know of any cheap servers i can buy that are located in the US? Not the servers you pay for monthly from a hosting company, but an actual cheap server under $500 that I can store at home.

Also: I'll need some links to server operation manuals. :tazz:

Edited by Raymond-Online, 30 May 2005 - 08:54 PM.

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hrmmm not really sure but my friend set up his old computer as a web server from his house. ill check it out
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Some of the smaller old HPs make good servers. They can hold quite a bit of memory, have good speed and don't use much power. The little computers they used to use at banks, the Unisys/HP Small pc 20 has a 333mhz processor, a 3 or 6 gb hardrive and can use up to 256mb of memory and you can find them quite cheaply if you look around. :tazz:
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