That technology...dates back to 1996 (my first system had a 6GB hard drive and P166)...there really is no "upgrading" such old equipment, IMO.
It's been "new system" time for some time.
Systems today are much
cheaper than whatever was paid for that one...and much
I would suggest a new system...get an amount she is willing to spend...and then shop. I would suggest new system rather than refurb...due to warranty/maintenance/troubleshooting considerations.
Edited by hamluis, 27 May 2012 - 10:09 AM.