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April 03, 2017, 02:02:57 PM
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Yes, those are exactly what I need. Don't really care what the battery looks like. It's the ones inside if it that I need. Unfortunately, I didn't realize you were in Canada. That kinda makes out trading not really worth it.. I have a 17" i3 laptop here I was gonna send out to you. Only thing wrong with it is missing the battery and the power switch it broke. The power switch thing is no big deal as I just jump the + an - wires and it boots lol. Sucks your'e in Canada

Damn. I'm sure this old battery would cost more to ship than its worth. How much do you think it would be to ship a 17" beast with no battery to Canada?

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April 13, 2017, 01:50:50 AM
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Does anyone here buy from Alibaba?

This site is really... Odd? It's poorly laid out, you can't buy anything directly, they have weird grammatical errors all over the place, you can't sort what you're searching for at all. I mean I know it's based in China (I believe) but if you're writing in English you should write it properly IMO. I found some batteries there but I guess I have to wait for people to respond to me and give me an invoice to buy one? I'm not sure. This whole concept seems archaic to me.

I haven't gotten any goodies yet so if you have some parts collecting dust hit me up!

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April 15, 2017, 07:55:18 PM
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I'm in need of a 2gb DDR3 stick and as much DDR2 as anyone is willing to give for a donation. I do need SSDs (SATA or mSATA) and hard drives. Any broken laptops or laptops with issues would be fun to tinker with too.

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April 26, 2017, 07:19:06 PM
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Woohoo I have made one whole laptop. I still need some DDR2 (pretty much  1gb+, just to test if old laptops MOBO still works) and I need a bit of DDR3. As usual HDDs 120gb+ and SSDs 32GB+ I'm interested in. SATA or mSATA.

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May 18, 2017, 05:42:41 PM
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Woohoo I have made one whole laptop. I still need some DDR2 (pretty much  1gb+, just to test if old laptops MOBO still works) and I need a bit of DDR3. As usual HDDs 120gb+ and SSDs 32GB+ I'm interested in. SATA or mSATA.

I still have that DDR3 PC3 RAM if you needed -- also I can get you several 160GB & 320GB 2.5" HDs

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May 18, 2017, 10:15:58 PM
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Woohoo I have made one whole laptop. I still need some DDR2 (pretty much  1gb+, just to test if old laptops MOBO still works) and I need a bit of DDR3. As usual HDDs 120gb+ and SSDs 32GB+ I'm interested in. SATA or mSATA.

I still have that DDR3 PC3 RAM if you needed -- also I can get you several 160GB & 320GB 2.5" HDs

I may take you up on the offer in the future. I just found out today that I have quite a significant vet bill coming up... So my 'play money' is now 'vet bill' money  Undecided ugh.

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