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1682180061_flyfront.jpg.273a4a7ad1e6e4e7f2f7ce155fa29751.jpg1442118426_Flyback.jpg.5b8757ca32c7c67798fb13fb000e4c56.jpgGIGABYTE Technology Custom Desktop

  • Windows 10 Pro
  • Intel Dual Core E8200 2.66 GHz Processor
  • 160 GB Hard Drive
  • 4GB RAM
  • CD/DVD
  • 7 USB2 Ports (3 front, 4 rear)
  • Apache OpenOffice

The Handicap Foundation has reconditioned, tested, and will guarantee this desktop computer for 30 days. Priced to sell quickly at $200.  Email pjbarrett@aol.com to purchase.

We also have a nearly identical desktop which includes an HDMI port but only 4 USB ports priced at $200.

 

 

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Dottie

We have a commercial license to install Windows 10. Why would you need the install disk??

You can easily keep your System 10 software updated.  Are you interested in this computer?

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The reason I ask is because I have Win 7 Pro on my computer and I have the install disk. Sure, I can keep my system updated without it, but I've had to use the install disk upon occasion. (Thanks, Microsoft!) Whether or not any third party has a commercial license to install an operating system  is irrelevant to me. I'd insist on the install disk to be in my hands.

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The computer technician tells me that the install disk doesn't usually come with a computer anymore. All you need is the code from the original Windows 10 installation which we can supply to you. 

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