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Various networking/ wireless bits and pieces, laptop RAM, Apple mouse

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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months agoFeedback:1 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
I have the following sitting in a box under my desk that I no longer need;

Apple wired Mighty Mouse (practically new)
Philips SNA6500 ADSL wireless router, boxed with instructions and adapter (x2)
Linksys wusb54g USB wireless adapter, used once
AOL branded DG834G wireless router
BT home hub, missing adapter

The caveat is that the BT home hub is untested, my parents got it off Ebay and didn't need it. The Philips routers should be OK as should the Linksys adapter. The AOL router is presumably locked to our old account but I guess there may be a way to re-flash it.

Offers welcome. I am building up a collection of Polaroid and Izone film so would be happy to set up some trades.

Also

20- ALDI blank DVDs
Goodmans 40 Gb MP4 Player
- circuit
Shipping/Payment:
Postage at cost or collection from Leeds city centre. I accept all the usual payment methods. 1140 positive feedback on Ebay.

Also:

Laptop RAM - 2x 512mb, taken from a brand new Apple Macbook. Says PC2-5300S on it!
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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months agoFeedback:1 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
You need to state prices mate

I don't suppose you have a hub phone for the home hub anyway?

As for your AOL modem the firmware can be flashed on that, very very easy to do, lovely little router
#2
How much delivered for the DVDs (+r or -r) and by chance you don't have a 3.5mm Audio JACK COUPLER Adapter (Female - Female) lying around - like ebay item 350075989587?
#3
Liddle ol' me
How much delivered for the DVDs (+r or -r) and by chance you don't have a 3.5mm Audio JACK COUPLER Adapter (Female - Female) lying around - like ebay item ******************?


Wrong item
#4
Liddle ol' me
How much delivered for the DVDs (+r or -r) and by chance you don't have a 3.5mm Audio JACK COUPLER Adapter (Female - Female) lying around - like ebay item 456412486154?


that item # is for a 360 game...
#5
RedIron
GRAW?


pikachu12
that item # is for a 360 game...


whoops :oops:wrong one, too many tabs open .... changed now in my original post - please edit the number out as I don't want everyone bidding!!
#6
how much for the mighty mouse? any pics?
1 Like #7
done!
#8
RedIron
If the OP doesn't mind I think I have what your after anyway, is it the thing that you plug into a headphone socket to give you two more, or the thing that you plug into a headphone socket to give you 2 phono outputs, if so I have both but don't want to get rid of the phono one


doesn't sound like either of those - it is ebay item 350075989587 or this thing at amazon http://www.amazon.co.uk/3-5mm-JACK-COUPLER-EXTENSION-ADAPTER/dp/B0013BLGFS/ref=pd_sbs_ce?ie=UTF8&qid=1215290683&sr=8-7
1 Like #9
Liddle ol' me
doesn't sound like either of those - it is ebay item 350075989587 or this thing at amazon http://www.amazon.co.uk/3-5mm-Coupler-Adaptor-Female-Stereo/dp/B000Q8L0BO/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1215290683&sr=8-7


I see it now, I realised it was the wrong thing so deleted my post. I don't have one of them anyway.Good luck with your game though :thumbsup:
#10
hi,

re DG834G wireless router:
# how much?
# is it 'locked' to AOL or can the firmware be flashed?
# does it support adsl2?
# can yu upload a pic
cheers
#11
RedIron
You need to state prices mate

I don't suppose you have a hub phone for the home hub anyway?

As for your AOL modem the firmware can be flashed on that, very very easy to do, lovely little router


no phone, no, just the basic home hub.
as for prices, if you tell me if you're definitely interested i'll do some research, but i'll accept anything that's reasonable.


Liddle ol' me
How much delivered for the DVDs (+r or -r) and by chance you don't have a 3.5mm Audio JACK COUPLER Adapter (Female - Female) lying around - like ebay item 350075989587?


5 pounds plus postage for the DVDs
i'm not selling anything other than what is listed at the moment

bassman_uk
how much for the mighty mouse? any pics?


about 12 quid plus postage. no pics at the moment but i can put one up if you like (i don't know how, but i can find out). it's brand new basically, but it is unboxed.

dt_matthews
hi,

re DG834G wireless router:
# how much?
# is it 'locked' to AOL or can the firmware be flashed?
# does it support adsl2?
# can yu upload a pic
cheers


according to the first reply in the thread it can be flashed - i won't be doing this tho, you would need to do it yourself.
i very much doubt it supports ADSL2, we got it about a year ago direct from AOL - cancelled under the cooling off period and they delivered it anyway. it's never been used. looks exactly like the normal netgear model, same model number, but in an AOL box. 10 quid plus postage.
#12
circuit


according to the first reply in the thread it can be flashed - i won't be doing this tho, you would need to do it yourself.
i very much doubt it supports ADSL2, we got it about a year ago direct from AOL - cancelled under the cooling off period and they delivered it anyway. it's never been used. looks exactly like the normal netgear model, same model number, but in an AOL box. 10 quid plus postage.


It's very easy to flash, download the firmware from Netgears website and unzip it, log into the router, go to maintenance, upgrade then browse for your firmware and click ok and thats it.

I believe part of the new firmware relases was to add support for ADSL 2 and ADSL 2 +
#13
yep, i had just posted that (but now removed as duplicate), cheers for the info RedIron
#14
how much do you think postage would be ?
#15
about a fiver (using ebay as a guide)
#16
I'd offer £20 delivered for the Mighty Mouse and the Netgear Router
#17
nah sorry, that's not enough, i wanted £12 for the mouse and £10 for the router, the postage will be at least a fiver on top... those prices are ridiculously cheap to begin with :)
#18
circuit
nah sorry, that's not enough, i wanted £12 for the mouse and £10 for the router, the postage will be at least a fiver on top... those prices are ridiculously cheap to begin with :)


so give me a price inc postage for those 2 then :)
#19
how much for the Goodmans 40 Gb MP4 Player
#20
£11.50 delivered for the router?
#21
bassman_uk
so give me a price inc postage for those 2 then :)


bassman_uk
I'd offer £20 delivered for the Mighty Mouse and the Netgear Router


£23 delivered?
#22
How much for the Linksys wusb54g USB? :)
#23
sorry about the lack of replies, i will check this at work - when i replied my subscription was removed so i didnt think anyone else had replied!
#24
dt_matthews
£11.50 delivered for the router?


no minimum on that would be £15 delivered.

bassman_uk
so give me a price inc postage for those 2 then :)

bassman_uk
£23 delivered?


for the router and mighty mouse i would take £27 delivered.

Moofin
How much for the Linksys wusb54g USB? :)


£12 delivered.

shb367
how much for the Goodmans 40 Gb MP4 Player


£50 delivered with all leads dock etc.

thanks for your patience, i'll attempt to resubscribe so i don't forget to come back and check the thread.
#25
oh also, i will only get to go to the post office on monday, and then the wednesday of next week, as i am on hoiilday inbetween. ideally i'd be looking to post out as much as i can before then.
for payment i would be happy to take bacs or paypal. i'll discount by 50p if you pay by bacs.
#26
last chance before everything goes up on ebay!
#27
hey there how much for the Linksys wusb54g USB wireless adapter? thanks

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