Large bag of Sata Cables
Large box or everything IDE cable known to man
A box of CD and DVD Drives all used and slow
A box of old Ram cards (I think there's even some 1 Meg simms in there)
Computer parts computer parts computer parts Miscellaneous boxes
Network cable box, and another box of all the connectors and the crimper tool i never use
Oh a large bag of IO plates as well, basically they are all different
Oh I just went and checked what else
A box of old Power cables and stacks of Laptop (old) adapters
About 10 PS2 keyboards (someone always needs one for a rainy day !!
A box of PS2 Mice (Mouse?) Some original MS stuff that's worth 2cents
A box of old Hard Drives (highly likely with Windows and data on them)
4 Old computer boxes, that were updated and I thought I could re-use one day!
A box of AGP cards (I think they're 16meg and under)
A box of PCI modems, including USB 56k modems
Stacks of other PCI cards that I don't even want to look at
An old (working?) Motherboard that I anti-static bagged up a long time ago
Oh, I nearly forgot my box of CPUs from 486 to P4
Miscellaneous other "stuff" Old external drive case, printers, speakers etc etc etc
And I want to bin the lot !!!
They sit in my room (note: they sit in all rooms really) taking up space
The kitchen table is full of it (mind you my new printer is on that too)
I'm running 3 PC computers and I now feel its basically overboard (my laptop just sits waiting for onsite calls)
Its just all rubbish waiting for "a rainy day" when someone says I need that for a buck !
I am literally going to toss the lot, I don't want to put it on eBay because I don't trust most of it anyway, what do you do with a box of old, dirty PS2 mice??? it's rubbish
A huge box of CDs , I mean HUGE. I have kept the lot
I even have original 95/98/ME/2000/XP/Server2003 Windows setup Cd
And all the rest of Windows burnt on CD/DVDs
Driver discs galore
just looking in front of me I see about 300 discs with "something" on it (and they're my semi-recent discs)
I don't know if I suppose to destroy them (some data and many copied game (!) discs exist amongst them)