I don't know, but most of those computers run Windows XP SP3 and a ton of creepy programs to spy on students on 256 MB of RAM. I know because when I ctrl+alt+del it shows me some weird dialog instead of the task manager.
EDIT: Oh and they removed both WordPad and Notepad so there's choice but to use M$ Word.
Question: I found a computer in dumbster and took it home for post mortem. One of the screws that fasten the motherboard to the case seems to be unopenable. The screw's other end seems to be completely flat, it's apparently flattened with some kind of machine. Is this typical for MoBos? The tight screw connects MoBo to a part of case that seems to be separate from the rest, but I haven't yet figured out how to take it out. Any hints?
It's HP computer, if that's got anything to do with it.
So you would have to send it to them, and pay for their repair service, which is horribly overpriced. Additionally so you couldnt take their crappy mobo, replace it with one of your own and be happier with it. Instead, they want to lock you in into their once again, horribly overpriced repair parts.