Video Upgrade Graphics Adapter: All-In-Wonder 128 PCI Screen Area/Colors: 1024x768 pixels, 16 million colors Monitor: Plug and Play Monitor
Drives Upgrade C:\ (FAT32) 38152MB total, 25083MB free D:\ (FAT32) 38152MB total, 31448MB free E:\ CD-ROM/CD-RW or DVD Drive F:\ CD-ROM/CD-RW or DVD Drive
Network and Modem Upgrade (net) Intel Intel 21041-Based PCI Ethernet Adapter (Generic) (net) Microsoft Direct Parallel (modem) Conexant 56K PCI Voice Modem SF-1156IV R9A
Operating System Upgrade Windows XP SP1 (Windows XP 5.1.2600 Service Pack 1) Original setup date: 8/26/2003 DirectX Version: 5.3.0000000.900 built by: DIRECTX Swap file managed by Windows File cache managed by Windows
Browser MSIE 6.0; 5.1; T312461; (R1 1.3); .NET CLR 1.0.3705; .NET CLR 1.1.4322 Proxy: No proxy set HTTP level: direct 1.1, proxy 1.1 Scripting version: 220.127.116.1126
From what I can tell it doesn't seem like you have many options as far as upgrades are concerned. IF you are lucky you might be able to get a 1.4 Thunderbird to work in that board, but that is an IF at that. Your hard drives seem fine to me. As for your graphics, that could use some work. Although I wouldn't recommend going to overboard as your CPU would drastically limit its capability. A 9200 would be in order.
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