Old trash picked PC video

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Old trash picked PC video

Postby spotify95 » Nov 7th, 2017, 21:39

Just looked on Youtube and found this video of a PC going to the trash being rescued:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lgl7DR9CpnQ

Seems to have an Intel Pentium 4 and 512MB RAM... would run XP OK but nothing newer.

Also note what happened at the end when they had a look through the documents the old user had left... Seriously, erase your hard drives when you get rid of a computer!
Personally, I'd put a password on the HDD so that the next user couldn't access it at all, and had to buy a new HDD.


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Re: Old trash picked PC video

Postby pinkteddyx64 » Nov 7th, 2017, 22:24

spotify95 wrote:Just looked on Youtube and found this video of a PC going to the trash being rescued:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lgl7DR9CpnQ

Seems to have an Intel Pentium 4 and 512MB RAM... would run XP OK but nothing newer.

Also note what happened at the end when they had a look through the documents the old user had left... Seriously, erase your hard drives when you get rid of a computer!
Personally, I'd put a password on the HDD so that the next user couldn't access it at all, and had to buy a new HDD.

I've installed Windows 7 on that kind of specification before and run it OK as Windows XP but only because it was being used for Microsoft Office and nothing else.


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