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SO ARE YOUU CLEAR WE ARE DOING THE SAME THING LIKE LAST PAPER IEEE FORMAT, PICS, AND, WHAT EACH COMPONENT DOES AND WHY ITS IMPORTANT AND A LIST OF PARTS USED…..ONLY THING THAT DIFFERS IS THERE ARE DIFFERENT CATEGORIES


In this section of the PC Build Manual Part 2, the following areas will be covered
1. Installing Hard Drive
2. Installing Optical Drive
3.Installing Video Card
4.Connecting Monitors, Keyboard, and Mouse
5.BIOS Configuration
In this section of Manual Part 2, Installing a Hard Drive will be Covered.
It is important that the reader follow all directions, to ensure a properly installed Hard Drive.
Adding a new Hard Drive will allow you to store more data on your computer and its simple to
complete.
1. Ground Yourself with an anti-static wrist band so you don’t fry your hard drive or
motherboard
2. Remove your new hard drive from its packaging
3. Make sure the side cover is removed from the CPU
4. Find a convenient space on the inside of the tower to mount your hard drive
5. Use the necessary screws to securely fasten the hard drive into the holes one the CPU
tower
6. Then connect the power cable to the hard drive in its designated port located on the Hard
Drive
7. Connect the SATA cable to the other open port located on hard drive it should be in the
shape of a L.
8. Once all above steps are completed fasten the side panel back on to the tower and plug in
computer to a power.
9. Power your computer on go to My Computer located in your start menu to make sure the
hard drive is shown and properly installed
This Image Displays the CPU and
Motherboard with no Hard Drive Installed
This Image Displays the CPU with
two Hard Drives Installed
This Section Will cover how to Install an Optical Drive
1. Remove your new optical drive from its packaging and select the location on the
tower where you want
to install the drive
2. Remove side panel off of CPU tower
3. Remove front panel to allow you to gain optical drive ports
4. Depending upon what type of Optical Drive it Is Will determine which area you want
to install it.
5. Once in the designated space make sure the drive is secured by the thumb tightening
crews, or the small screws, in which you will need a screwdriver. Make sure the
holes are properly lined up, before you began to secure drive to tower
6. Put front panel back on making sure that optical drive is fully assessable
7. You then need to locate your SATA cable and connect one end to the optical drive
and the other to the motherboard.
8. You can now replace side panel of tower, to enclose the inside of your CPU
This section will cover how to install a Video Card
1. Locate on your mother board, where you want to install the video card on the
mother board.
2. Make sure you remove the expansion slot for the area in which you’re going to
install your video card
3. Push down with firm and steady pressure to make sure it is secured properly, the
bottom of the card should be facing out of the now open expansion slot
4. Make sure the card is screwed in
5. Then locate the power supply and connect it to the video card
6. You can then replace side panel to CPU and do a system check to ensure that
video card is working properly
This section will cover how to install Monitors, Mouse and Keyboards
Depending upon the type of connection that is used determines greatly how
the above items are connected
1. If you are using the above devices that are connected via, cord you simply plug
these devices in at the rear of the CPU in the USB port and they should work
from there. If they do not immediately it’s a good chance that you will need to
install drivers for the peripheral devices
2. If you are using wireless devices, the setup is very similar. Your take the
wireless receiver for these devices and plugs them into the CPU and they should
work. If not as stated before, drivers for these devices may need to be installed
on your system
This section will cover BIOS Configuration
1. You can start the BIOS configuration/setup by pressing F2 while the system
is powering on.
2. Use the arrow keys from your keyboard to navigate you through the BIOS
setup
3. Once you choose what you want to modify select it and hit enter
4. Use the arrow keys again to change the field
5. Once you are complete in the changing of the BIOS settings, move toward
the exit screen
6. Select one of the options to exit and press enter

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