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Dead Computer (Looking for Ways)

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Hi everyone I had been off for some time now and that's, because sadly my computer died on me this morning. Tried turning it on/off trying new PSU's and even moving the motherboards to a new chassis to no avail :(


So here I am stuck without computer and im writing this through my Xbox One great not, because edge keeps crashing on me all the time so I just have to keep alive to the outside tech world with my Xbox.


Anyway... Just this morning thank god they did! I got a bunch of old computers (HP Brand) and running XP now look these are company computers so half of the RAM sticks don't work and the hard drives missing. I really think that these parts are too old I mean I think this computer is 12 or 13 years old compared to my dead one which is only 8 years old. I have no intention of using the hardware what so ever.


So this is why im here for help once again. The chassis I have is a HP Workstation XW4200 which is going to get stripped of it's hardware. Space is limited and I do not know about the parts lol.


Well im off with my screw driver and everything getting this chassis empty for new parts. I know there is a good OEM site where I can go to.


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