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Re: [K12OSN] Off Topic - Computer Kits



On Wed, 2007-07-18 at 10:56 -0500, Daniel Kuecker wrote:
> Well, these systems need to run vista. they will not be used for anything other than teaching how to build a PC. It is a dual credit course with the local college, so I need to have some newer stuff.
> 

So make your life easy: go to someplace that sells low cost PCs with
Vista pre-installed. Now make the backup disk for each machine without
registering the system with mickeysoft and then disassemble it. Put all
the parts for each PC in a box. Voila!
> 
> Thanks,
> Daniel 
>  
> >>> Tom Poe <tompoe fngi net> 07/18/07 10:47 AM >>> 
> Ray Garza wrote:
> > On Wednesday 18 July 2007 10:18:15 am Daniel Kuecker wrote:
> >   
> >> I was wondering if there were any reccomendations as to a good place to get
> >> computer kits for students? they will be taking a class called PC Repair
> >> and they will be assembling computers. I need to have a kit that they can
> >> build, but i needs to run vista and below. Any input would be greatly
> >> appreciated!
> >>
> >> Thanks
> >> Daniel
> >>
> >>
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> > Well, you can buy barebones systems (newegg.com) or you can use any 
> > NON-CRITICAL computers you have now and tear them down and rebuild them. You 
> > can also use some older computers that use some of the older technology so 
> > that they are familiar with them as well as the latest and greatest.
> >
> > Ray
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> Will the PC repair class be making the computers they use available for 
> students that don't have a computer?  If so, why not put the word out to 
> the local media that folks need to drop off their older computers when 
> they upgrade to newer?
> Tom
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