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    Senior Member Gemini ISP's Avatar
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    I dont think i would recommend a dual boot hehehe -- just pull that 486 from the closet and install linux on that by itself --- im sure everyone on here has a 486 in there home or even a 200mhz laying around crying to be part of the production table again heheheheheh
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    lol I recently threw 2 486 systems, a P1 200MHz system and scrapped a dual PII 266 system cause they not a lot of use to me anymore... well, not since I got my new Athlon rig which is running at about 450MHz (real) than it's supposed to!

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    Threw them out? You could have sold the lot for a couple hundred bucks.

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    Senior Member Gemini ISP's Avatar
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    if it boots up i keep them or sale them -- took a 386 and sold it as a router using linux -- make a 386 worth 50.00 USD
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    Ah try selling stuff in the UK - maybe it's easier over here but there aint much call for anything quite *that* old here. Otherwise I woulda sold em, the nearest I got to selling anything though was the pair of 266 CPU's for 20 lol


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