need help picking a computer from sears.com

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kirtis_mcleskey

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hey ,

first let me say that I have read that you can get a better computer
if you buy your parts and do it yourself, but , I dont think im cut out to do that

Here is what im looking for in a computers.

at least 80 gigs of memory, in drive C:
and basically for it just not to be slow ,

I also have dial up internet for the time being and will be getting wireless in the future .

I need a computer that I can use and the computer work well with a dvd burner and the computer having enough memory to burn dvds.

i have my dvd burner at my aunts house on her computer, because i didnt have enough memory on our current computer.

and I trust picking one from sears , because thats where seh got her computer here about 4 years ago and she has a good computers, it works good for what I want to use it for , which is just surfing the internet , and burning dvds.

can you guys maybe pin point one out to me on sears.com prefably under $1000

id really appreciate if you guys helped me on this.
 

kirtis_mcleskey

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well if not sears, , is there a place wher you could pinpoint me , to get a good computer and kinda pick it out for me ,

i just dont want one that takes 10 minutes to start up , like this one does.
and just be able to handle my dvd burner
 

kirtis_mcleskey

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hey , could you pinpoint one out for me on the monbarch site

i am looking , im not getting on here and not even tryign its just im not sure what to look for in a computer for my needs.
 

Hacp

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You don't need that much more memory for ripping dvds. Also, dell gets ripped alot around here, but its def better than sears.
 
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