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Ok guys, I dont have ANY more money, because i bought a MOBO + CPU from [chapstick]

Im working on making another folding machine but i still need some parts

1. HDD (any size)
2. PSU (any)
3. CD-rom (any)
4. Case (any)


So, im asking the OCN to dig DEEP into there closets, and search for some of these parts and mail them my way so we can help F@H for OCN

i currently have

1. ASUS P5LD2 mobo
2. P4 661 3.6Ghz Cedar Mill
3. Geforce 6600LE 256mb PCI-e
4. 2gig DDR2 667


again, i beg of you to dig / search your closets for spare parts that will help me get this Folding MACHINE, up and running for the name of OCN

pm, me if you can help
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post #2 of 4
You don't need a case or hdd or cd rom. Run folding off of a usb drive.
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Originally Posted by aznchowboy650 View Post
You don't need a case or hdd or cd rom. Run folding off of a usb drive.
Fine, then... A USB drive big enough to install an OS
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post #4 of 4
You don't need a case, check
But, you need either a USB, a HDD, or a CD drive. Not all.
With the HDD, you can install a OS on it, with the cd drive, you can just put a live distro on it, and same with the usb drive...
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