Computers and Hardware Installation

By: Jesse Miller

If you are a beginner when it comes to handling computers, then read this article if you need to know a little more about how to install additional hardware or how to remove Spybots from your computer.

The first thing you need to know is that everything of great importance is found unto the central unit. After removing the lateral panel, you will see the mother board and all the things that are attached to it. Let's say for instance that you want to change your video graphics adapter. You need to identify it and then remove it from the slot. Usually, the graphics adaptor in on the first slot from the processor down, so there is no need to look for it for a long time.

If you want to replace your random access memory, all you need to do is remove the old one and then install the new one. When doing this, you need to be sure that the RAM you have just bought is compatible with the mother board and with the old one you had. If you plan on adding more RAM to your unit, you need the new ram to be a perfect match with the model that you have so that you can avoid any unpleasant surprises that could happen.

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If you get really excited and you want to do something more different, you could try removing your processor. The best way to do this is by identifying the processor and then removing it from the slot with great ease. After doing this, when you place it back, you need to look out for a distinctive sign on the processor so that you won't break it by placing it the wrong way. The rest is history and let it up to you to discover the wonders of the computer world.

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