How to Install Computer Component




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How to Install a Desktop or Laptop Computer Memory
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When planning to upgrade your computer memory, there are many memory type to consider such as DDR 1, DDR 2 and DDR 3 always check your motherboard manual for the type of memory it support. Always take note that memory types are not forward or backward compatible with other type of computer memory, for example DDR 1 is not compatible with DDR 2 nor DDR 3 or vice versa. DDR 2 compatible motherboard should be installed with a DDR 2 memory type and not DDR 1 or DDR 3read more...

How to Install or Replace a Computer Processor
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A microprocessor or the CPU is one of the main component of a computer system without it the computer will surely not function at all. The processor determine the speed of your computer overall system performance alongside with the system memory and the hard disk drive speed, if you are into computer gaming consider a high end graphics card for top system performance, so when upgrading your computer consider these computer componentsread more...

How to install a motherboard
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The motherboard also called a mobo is the biggest printed circuit board inside your pc casing, it is where you connect the processor, memory, hard drive, peripheral devices and external devices such as printer. Installing a motherboard requires that the motherboard be installed properly otherwise you'll be facing problems such as the computer don't power up, constant system freezing or hang, recurring system reset and unprecedented system errors. In this guide I will show you how you can install a motherboard properly so you can avoid problemsread more...

How to install or replace a computer power supply unit
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Power supply is a vital component of a typical computer system but usually it is not getting too much attention unless you are computer whiz and knows the importance of a computer power supply. Power supply powers everything inside the computer from motherboard to peripheral devices and components inside the computer such as hard disk and optical drive, floppy disk, fan and also other component connected outside the computer such as flash drives or external drives that don't have power connector but a usb cable attached to the computerread more...

How to install an AGP or PCI e discrete video card
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Many motherboards have a built in video to output a video signal to your display monitor, even most branded desktop computer such as HP, Dell and Acer desktop computer may have a built-in video card. They are called onboard or built-in because they are integrated to the motherboard itself and they cannot be removed or replaced when they are damaged. Doing encoding or typing, browsing the internet, watching movies and playing a none power hungry computer games, the built in video is more than enough to do the job and you don't have to upgrade your built-in videoread more...

How to install a Network Interface Card
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Network Interface Card or NIC for short is a computer hardware component that is primarily used to connect your computer to your existing home or office network or to the internet. There are five types of Network Interface Card and the most commonly used are Ethernet card, wireless network card and the wireless dongle adapter. Ethernet card uses cable such as twisted pair cables to be able to establish a connection to the network and it is physically attached to a switch/hub or a router through cablesread more...



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Many motherboards have a built in video to output a video signal to your display monitor, even most branded desktop computer such as HP, Dell and Acer desktop computer may have a built-in video card. They are called onboard or built-in because they are integrated to the motherboard itself and they cannot be removed or replaced when they are damaged. Doing encoding or typing, browsing the internet, watching movies and playing a none power hungry computer games, the built in video is more than enough to do the job and you don't have to upgrade your built-in video
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Adding a password to your user account in Windows will add a security to your account especially when you don't want others to view or copy your files or change your desktop look without your permission. Your password should never be shared to anyone so you are the only one who can access your account, but of course except for some valid reason that you have to share it to someone else.
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