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Showing posts with label PC Assembling. Show all posts
Showing posts with label PC Assembling. Show all posts

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

PC Assembling Setup-2

Random Access Memory (RAM)                          NEXT SETUP

Install the Random Access Memory (RAM) sticks to the Motherboard. Press down firmly until you hear a click to indicate it is locked in place. Repeat this step if you have multiple RAM sticks.

Monday, March 25, 2013

PC Assembling Setup-6

Close your Chassis.                                                  First Setup

  • Turn on your computer after plugging it to a power source and attaching your mouse and keyboard.
  • Open your CD-ROM drive, place your operating system in the Drive
  • and close the Drive. Follow the operating system developer’s instructions and install the software.
  • Install the drivers for the Motherboard and other on-board devices.
  • Enjoy your new personal computer.

PC Assembling Step-5

Video,Sound and Network Cards                NEXT SETUP

  • Install your Video, Sound and Network Cards if they are not onboard the Motherboard.
  •  Newer Motherboards come with these cards on-board. Confirm they are not on-board before installing a new card.

PC Assembling Step-4

CD-ROM, DVD-ROM or RW                             NEXT SETUP

  • Connect the CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, CD-RW or DVD-RW to the Chassis being careful to align it with the front of the Chassis.
  • Connect the Power Supply and Cables to the slots on the back of the Drive.
  • Set the jumper on the back of the Drive to slave or master if you’reusing more than one Drive.

PC Assembling Step-3

Install the Hard Drive.                                          NEXT SETUP

  • Your options are IDE (Integrated Drive Electronics) or SATA (Serial Advanced Technology Attachment) Hard Drives.
  •  Make sure your Motherboard and Power Supply support your HardDrive.
  • Most computers have support for IDE Drives.
  • l Attach the Hard Drive to the Chassis. Connect the Power Supply and Cables to the back of the Hard Drive.

PC Assembling Setup-1

Mother Board                                                          NEXT SETUP
Attach your Motherboard to the Chassis. Align the holes on the corners of the Motherboard with those on the Chassis, and attach the motherboard to the chassis with screws provided by the manufacturer. Use
Screwdriver to tighten the screws firmly.

Parts Of PC

  • Computer Chassis
  • Motherboard
  • Hard drive
  • Random Access Memory (RAM)
  • Central Processing Unit (CPU)

Computer Assembling

Introductionl Building or assembling a personal computer gives you insight into how they work. There are many reasons for assembling your computer.
l You save money and use parts of your choice. It also gives you the knowledge to upgrade your system when you need to do so and increases your comfort level when using your computer. Here is how
to assemble your personal computer.