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Free to a good home (Kinda) - HP MediaSmart EX485

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911Doug
I have an old HP homeserver box that ended up having a problem I couldn't figure out how to fix. 

 

I replaced it with a synology box after spending several weeks try to fix.

 

It is an HP box and has good power supply and structurally good condition etc...  I'm willing to give to a good home if anyone wants it, and will pay for / arrange shipping etc... 

 

Otherwise it will go in the trash (breaks my heart, but I need to move on - it was a great machine)  Below is info (BTW HDrive not in anymore)

 

HP MediaSmart EX485, Intel Celeron 2.0 Ghz 2GB DDR2 750GB HDD

 

Maybe someone is looking for parts or power supply,

 

Have a good day

 

//Doug//

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I have an old HP homeserver box that ended up having a problem I couldn't figure out how to fix.

I replaced it with a synology box after spending several weeks try to fix.

It is an HP box and has good power supply and structurally good condition etc... I'm willing to give to a good home if anyone wants it, and will pay for / arrange shipping etc...

Otherwise it will go in the trash (breaks my heart, but I need to move on - it was a great machine) Below is info (BTW HDrive not in anymore)

HP MediaSmart EX485, Intel Celeron 2.0 Ghz 2GB DDR2 750GB HDD

Maybe someone is looking for parts or power supply,

Have a good day

//Doug//

 

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