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  1. #1
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    Hard drive

    Does any ine have an IDE 5-10gb ata/33 that i could buy of them (i dont have american dollars so i will pay you the canadian equivelent)

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    You may want to include your location as some member may have a HD available and live in your area.

    I've seen some used drives advertised in some of the free computer newspaper publications (Toronto Computes/Computer Paper) for around $30 Cdn.
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    i've got a 6 gig drive. i've got linux on it right now, but i could erase it for ya. i'm interested, depending on how many US dollars 1 Canadian dollar is worth.

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    1 american dollar currently equals 1.40 dollars canadian
    www.exchangerate.com

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    what i mean is, how much would you give me for it?
    because if you plan on spending 30+ USD, you might as well just get another 30-80 and go for a nice big new hard drive

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    I am not trying to ruin a potential sale for someone, but I would advise you to look in some of the free computer publications as I mentioned or go to a few computer stores looking for a small, used HD. The exchange rate and shipping would cost more than it's worth.

    You can get a 10gb used HD for around $20 Cdn or less these days.
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