|Jul 17, 2011, 10:19 PM||#27|
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Good luck, and be sure to ask if you have any issues you are running in to.
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|Jul 18, 2011, 05:01 AM||#28|
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Quick Three Step guide. Kind of vague. I assume you have some knowledge of this stuff... If you don't then you will want to research each step one by one till you understand it all.
Step 1: Build PC.
Put everything together and make sure every wire is where it should be.
Step 2: Install the Operating System of your choice.
This is usually done by putting the DVD/CD of the OS in a DVD/CD Rom Drive and then make sure (if not by default) that you set boot priority to said DVD/CD Rom Drive (Done via BIOS) which then has you press any key to begin boot from the CD in that Drive. After that follow the steps as instructed by the OS Installation screen.
Step 3: Start installing the drivers for each specific peace of hardware that requires it.
Stuff like the CPU and monitor don't require a driver for you to install and work right away. However, stuff like your Ethernet card or integrated Ethernet might require you install the driver from the CD first then once that works you will be able to connect to the internet (Assuming you have an ISP) and download the rest of the latest drivers for your hardware.
After step 3 Enjoy your PC Get some games on there or start doing whatever it is you built your PC for.
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