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    So i've had enough of my computer issues.
    I'm getting a Hard Disk Error, Press Ctrl+Alt+Delete to restart every time I turn my computer on.
    I've tried everything from replacing the hard drive to trawling google and trying everything suggested.

    I now just want to rip out all the best bits of my PC, and put them in to a bare bones PC.
    But I have no idea where to get this from.

    I already have suitable RAM, 2 internal hard drives, ethernet card, graphics card, and DVD drive.

    Can someone suggest somewhere I can pick up a barebones PC?

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    take a look here:

    bigpockets.co.uk/cat…top

    Some older PC's there which might suit you

    Well I would use one of the other hard disks and install windows on that. Or just buy a new computer as guessing the current one you have is going to be extremely old (as not seen a mobo without built in ethernet for many a year).

    Original Poster

    thearbiter65;8086270

    take a look … take a look here:http://www.bigpockets.co.uk/cat.php?search=PCs+%26+Laptops&nav=227&ref=home_topSome older PC's there which might suit you


    Cheers, will take a look.

    GAVINLEWISHUKD;8086336

    Well I would use one of the other hard disks and install windows on that. … Well I would use one of the other hard disks and install windows on that. Or just buy a new computer as guessing the current one you have is going to be extremely old (as not seen a mobo without built in ethernet for many a year).


    I bought a new hard disk and installed Windows on that, to get the same problem.
    No idea if my mobo has built in ethernet or not actually. I haven't looked. The computer itself is 3-4 years old. Although about 50% of it has been replaced or added to throughout the years. Which is why i'd rather transfer them over.

    Novatech do some pretty reasonable barebones systems.

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    Squelds;8086738

    Novatech do some pretty reasonable barebones systems.



    Oh yup, totally forgot about Novatech! Lovely.

    Squelds;8086738

    Novatech do some pretty reasonable barebones systems.


    [FONT=Verdana]
    [COLOR=Navy]+1[/COLOR] - Agree, they are pretty good for them and I've used them before without any problems.

    Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]
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