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2002 Dell Dimension 4550, 2008 Samsung 2493HM Monitor, Accessories - $175 (Como Park Area)


condition: good
make / manufacturer: Dell, Samsung
model name / number: 4550, 2493HM
size / dimensions: PC: 17"x17"x8"

An old gaming computer and nice monitor looking for a fresh OS and reconnection to the internet! :-)

Pentium 4 CPU 2.66GHz processor
Display Adapter: 128 DDR ATI Radeon 9700 TX w/TV-Out
Floppy disk drive
Samsung CD-R/RW SW-248F (drive door does not open; not sure if it works)
Sony DVD RW DRU-800A
Modem: Conexant SmartHSFi V92 56K DF PCI Modem
Network Adapter: 1394 Net adapter; Intel PRO/100 VE Network Connection
Two hard drives: Western Digital Caviar 60 GB Enhanced IDE (2003); Hitachi Deskstar ATA/IDE 250 GB (2005).

Operating System: The 60 GB drive has Windows XP Service Pack 1 installed on it (and a folder full of various driver updates that I downloaded but have not fully installed). The 250 GB drive has Windows XP Service Pack 3 installed. Either OS will run as an option from the startup prompt. Delete one (or both and install a newer OS).
Manufactured December 2002.

Keyboard (wired) Model SK-8110.
Logitech ergonomic mouse (wireless).
Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 5000 and Receiver, Model 1058.
Power cables for tower and monitor.
DVI (HDCP) cable to connect tower to monitor.
Various original installation disks (see photo).
NO manual or setup guides, but they are available online at

Samsung SyncMaster 2493HM Widescreen Monitor (23" x 16" x 8") (online specs: that can rotate 90 degrees.
1920x1200 resolution, 32-bit color.
DVI (HDCP), HMDI, and RGB ports (see photos).
Monitor has small (5mm) scratch in the lower right corner that shows as a small white dot on the screen, but doesn't affect monitor performance (see photos). Also has an HDMI port. No original software install disk. Drivers available at Manual at

1. Everything is sold as-is.
2. There are no manuals for any items (but I've provided online links above).
3. VERY IMPORTANT: Although the tower has a WiFi card and a Cat5 internet card, I haven't been able to get the computer to recognize them since I wiped the hard drives and reinstalled the OS. The solution to this is likely a reinstall of the drivers in the proper order (I suspect I didn't do it right). In short, this computer needs someone who knows what they're doing in order to get in connected to the internet again! I don't have any reason to believe that this PC won't connect to the internet properly once the drivers are installed correctly.
4. No original install disks for the monitor.

Feel free to email with any questions. Thanks!
  • do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers

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