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How to Build a PC This guide shows how to install the necessary companions to build a personal computer This set of procedure should only be carried out by an A certified technician Great care should also be observed while doing the various setups so that the manufactures warranty is not voided A Motherboard Tips If possible do installation in an uncarpeted area Warnings Be careful not to touch any chips Handle board by its edges Static damage and even oil damage may cause failure months after the incident Steps 1 Ground yourself with any professional grounding equipment you have Otherwise ground yourself by touching the computer power supply 2 Place motherboard on its anti-static bag 3 Configure motherboard Set jumpers or DIPswitches for CPU voltages and bus speed if necessary If your motherboard is configured by software you will need to configure it after you complete the physical installation 4 Position motherboard in case Line up holes in board with holes in case 5 Insert spacers plastic stand-offs washers and screws as necessary Tighten screws carefully but securely 6 Make sure slots and connectors fit into openings on back of case 7 Connect motherboard to power supply 8 Connect CPU fan if you have one to power supply 9 Connect reset and power switches to power supply 10 Connect LED indicators to power supply 11 Connect motherboard speaker to power supply 12 Check all connections 13 Test motherboard and configure in CMOS if necessary before installing other components of computer system B CPU 1Locate the processor on your board 2Check to see if it is mounted in a ZIF or LIF socket or if it is soldered onto the board A socketed chip will be sitting snuggly in the socket A soldered chip will
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