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[eBay] Celeron D 326 - 512MB - 160GB SATA - MSI 915G mobo


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bluedragon1971

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Selling my system to raise money to buy a Mac mini. Please take a minute to look at it, and bid on it if you like.

http://cgi.ebay.com/.....AMESE:IT&rd=1

The second hard drive (80GB PATA listed in my sig) will not be sold with this system, as I need it to transfer data to my new system.

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Just a thought... but mentioning you've been running or that is can run OS X in an ebay auction is prolly a *bad* idea.

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Just a thought... but mentioning you've been running or that is can run OS X in an ebay auction is prolly a *bad* idea.


Possibly, but if eBay decides that it's against their policy, then they will simply cancel the auction and I'll relist it without that statement. As far as Apple is concerned, so long as I'm not selling a copy of OS X (and of course I'm not) with the machine there really isn't anything they could do.

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I'm not saying anything about policies.. I'm saying more about sending the wrong message to Apple. It makes it appear like people are trying to make money off of being able to run the hacked versions and that looks bad for all of us. It's more of a perception thing.

Just an observation.





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