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End of life/End of Service Life

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Compaq Deskpro 6000 6/266X
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How can I find out the General Availibility date and the EOL/EOSL date for this product?

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@IMaiden,

 

When was the last time you ventured into a Pentium II  (NT OS), circa 1996, with a 266MHz processor?  Storage system with an IDE ATA-33 drive ?

That product ceased to be of service years ago.

If you want to play with it, OK, but WIN 7 has an EOL of April 2020. 

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Hi, I'm not trying to make this product work.  I'm trying to get it off our books.  This is the reason why I need to know when the product was GA and when it went EOSL.  HP will not provide these dates as some other vendors will. 

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