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Need Help Identifying Old Dell Pentium II

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by MikeTyson, Jun 19, 2010.

  1. MikeTyson New Member

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    I have a really really really crap pentium II dell desktop PC in front of me and I really wanna get the hard drive out but the stupid ass won't open :(

    basically i wanna try and identify it so i can find a user manual but theres nothing on it that lets me know what it is

    the bottom says "model no: mm8" or "mmS" i can't tell its kinda smudged

    the date of manufacture is 06/10/97

    and the serial is LK1TF

    any thoughts? thanks :)
     
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    trickson OH, I have such a headache

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    i cant be arsed turning it on to tell the truth! but i've managed to find out what it is regardless

    thanks for the help :D
     
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    you probably wont be able to find a manual on something so old. PDF manuals werent as popular as they are now back in 97 (i was still in high school then - breaking their computers lol)

    the Dell website suggests that 'mm8' would be an Dimension series desktop. no further information other then that.

    I have no idea why you want to identify it, its not as if your gonna be putting the machine to use or upgrading it - its beyond running as a media pc of some sort - it probably doesnt meet the basic requirements.
     

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