[ubuntu-uk] Linux mysteriously broke my computer!

Michael Holmes holmesmich at googlemail.com
Thu Nov 1 18:29:23 GMT 2007

Evesham's build quality used to be good. I bought a machine from them in '98
(before Windows 98's launch though, still had 95 on floppies) and the
machine lasted 8 years of constant use before the motherboard ps/2 ports
burnt out and the monitor (nearly) caught fire. Can't vouch for them now,
however, as it was the only Computer I got from them.

On 11/1/07, Mark Harrison <Mark at yourpropertyexpert.com> wrote:
> Rob Beard wrote:
> > Last time I found something like that it was a faulty motherboard
> > which the temperature sensor was reporting the CPU (a Duron 700) was
> > running at 199 degrees!
> >
> > I'd say they're fobbing you off somewhat.  Funny, I remember the days
> > when Evesham stood for quality.  Does it not stand for that now?
> >
> > Rob
> The corporate sales side of their business started going downhill in
> about 1995 when they fired Hans Retz. The best store used to be MK,
> particularly when Stuart Moore and Chris Fella were working there on
> Saturdays :-(
> I bought about 500 PCs from Evesham over the space of three years in the
> early 90s (as part of my job, obviously - I don't have THAT many PCs at
> home :-) )
> I've not used them since about 2000, since I'd seen them progressively
> get worse.
> M.
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