Hardware Thread, Selling PC's to parents in Technical; we just wipe and install orginal OS back on to laptop/computer
The finance department deal with all paper work, I ...
4th December 2013, 01:07 PM #16
we just wipe and install orginal OS back on to laptop/computer
The finance department deal with all paper work, I just supply the serials and models for them to put on recipt.
As far as I know, Its sold as seen and no refunds unless serious problem.
No help in setting up/repairs unless they pay for my time. - I do offer free advice for a few questions
Recipts are given to buyer and a copy is kept on our system for future asset/audit checks.
4th December 2013, 02:01 PM #17
We always sold PC's in bulk rather than individually. Hard Drives were removed. If they wanted a Hard they would have to pay extra and they would be wiped according to UK CESG Standards (Which they would be anyway). All PC's were PAT tested and tested until a certain date. Invoices issued with VAT upon purchase.
IF a person wanted Windows then we would charge a bit extra for that, aslong as they had a legal license to use with it, if not they could purchase one through us. OR we could use the license attached to the sticker on the machine.
Machines would be advertised on Internal Portal, Students and Staff would see the adverts. IF we got no takers then we would send them back to were we bought them from and would usually get something back for them but again we would send them back with no hard drives.
The odd time we kept a few older PC's for lab / testing purposes.
Last edited by cpjitservices; 4th December 2013 at 02:02 PM.
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