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Building a PC For Dummies
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Building a PC For Dummies
Building a PC For Dummies
About The Book:

It tells tech lovers the best way to make an ideal PC, regardless of whether they need to make a completed the process of gaming machine or join new and reused parts to make a modest PC. This guide has now been intensely reexamined and refreshed to cover the wide scope of new gadgets and adornments accessible bit by bit directions and many photographs Which is going to construct the PC just because all through the whole procedure, from building the establishment and including a processor and RAM, to introducing a video card, arranging a hard drive, introducing CD and DVD drives, including a modem, and investigating Problems and tackle them.

Contents Of The Book:

Chapter 1: What’s in a Computer, Anyway?
Chapter 2: What Type of PC Should I Build?
Chapter 3: Building the Foundation: The Case and Motherboard.
Chapter 4: A Bag of Chips: Adding RAM and a CPU.
Chapter 5: The Three PC Senses: Ports, Mouse, and Keyboard.
Chapter 6: Images “R” Us: Adding Video and a Monitor.
Chapter 7: Make Room! Your Hard Drive and Other Storage Devices.
Chapter 8: Putting the Spin on CD-ROM and DVD.
Chapter 9: Let Your PC Rock!
Chapter 10: Modems and the Call of the Internet.
Chapter 11: Attack of the SCSI Monster.
Chapter 12: So You Want to Add a LAN?.
Chapter 13: Life in the Fast Lane with Broadband.
Chapter 14: Input and Output: Scanners, Cameras, Video Capture, and Printers.
Chapter 15: More Power User Toys.
Chapter 16: Ten Reasons Not to Buy a Retail PC.
Chapter 17: Ten Tools and Tasks for a Power User’s PC.
Chapter 18: Ten Important Assembly Tips.
Chapter 19: Ten Ways to Speed Up Your PC.
Chapter 20: Ten Things to Avoid Like the Plague.

Information About The Book:

Title: Building a PC For Dummies.
Language: English.
Size: 8.58 Mb.
Pages: 374.
Format: Pdf.
Year: 2009.
Edition: 5.
Author: Mark L. Chambers.
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