|Actually, I think there is a market for them, if they have Windows running on them. |
There are shops that advertise on TV by me that sell used, refurbished units all the time.
Even if you just donate it to the local library or senior center. The computer is good for surfing the net or basic word processing.
Of course, you are free to do what you want with it. I was just pointing out that it would have little value without Windows running on it.
As far a parts go, unless you help others with their computers you probably won't use the parts.
OEM cases are not the best for upgrades. The only useful hardware might be the hard drive and RAM.