In message <93bb21994e.stan.haselton@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> Stan Haselton <stan.haselton@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > In message <12e2e8984e.Bryan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> > Bryan <bryanpage1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: >> >> Having got all that out of the way, today I discovered Total are >> rolling out brand new PC's with Windows XP, replacing the existing >> ageing (not sure how old) Dell PC's with Windows 2000 Professional. >> From what I understand the old PC's will be 'cleared down' (I assume >> no operating system, no data) and passed on to a company that will >> process the 'silver' and 'gold' content of these machines (what a >> waste). >> >> I don't know what spec these machines are (I will try to find out) but >> am interested in people that might like one of these and if I can get >> them what price they might be prepared to pay (be realistic). >> >> If there are enough of you I will approach Total and ask the question. >> >> > Hi Brian, > > Assuming that the computers are essentially as you describe them i.e. > Dell PCs with no operating system or data, then I am prepared to have > one provided that costs no more than £50. > > Compliments of the season > > Stan Stan, I've put the wheels in motion, just have to wait to see if they'll donate a couple of units to the club. Regards, Bryan -- Using an Iyonix Aria Cube running Risc OS 5.12 and Virtual RPC Adjust 4.39 running on a PC.