I can repair most any thing that dies on a computer.
Install a larger hard drive and clone the info from the old one.
Install new NIC (Network Interface Card).
Add more RAM.
*** NOTE ***
Computer upgrades, especially to older non-current machines, can be very labor intensive. For that reason, if the computer's processor is less than a Pentium II class processor, it is often better to buy a new CPU and re-use the disk drives and cards that can be re-used. Any hardware saving is usually eaten up by the time it takes to re-configure an old machine with missing drivers. While this makes me more money, I find it the most frustrating part of information systems management and I prefer not to do it.
© 2004 Jeffrey B. Goodman. All rights reserved.
Revised: May 20, 2005 .