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  • 1. Revision no.: PPT/2K403/02PC Assembling

2. Revision no.: PPT/2K403/02Buy Required Hardware CMS INSTITUTE, 2004. All rights reserved. No part of this material may be reproduced, stored or emailed without the prior permission of Programme Director, CMS Institute 3. Revision no.: PPT/2K403/02Assembling your PC - Step by Step Guide If you have purchased all the necessary hardware your areready assemble your PC. Before unpacking your components from its original anti-staticbags you must put on your anti-static wrist strap, which willdischarge your self. It is important that you discharge yourself or there is a dangerthat you can damage your components by anti-static shock bytouching the components. If you dont have an anti-static wrist strap you can dischargeyour self by touching the metal edges of your ATX case,although this is not ideal. CMS INSTITUTE, 2004. All rights reserved. No part of this material may be reproduced, stored or emailed without the prior permission of Programme Director, CMS Institute 4. Revision no.: PPT/2K403/02Getting it all together Install the motherboard Install the power supply Attach the add-on boards Install Disk Drives Conduct another system check Install Operating System Configure video and soundcard CMS INSTITUTE, 2004. All rights reserved. No part of this material may be reproduced, stored or emailed without the prior permission of Programme Director, CMS Institute 5. Revision no.: PPT/2K403/02How to install a Motherboard Unpack your ATX case. Take off the cover of your case so that you can access theinside. Now place your motherboard on top of the mounting screwholes. Make sure your ATX devices on the motherboard such as PS/2and parallel port are facing towards ATX back plate cut out. Gently push your motherboard towards the cut out, everydevices should fit easily into its corresponding cut out Place your screws that came with the case into the appropriateholes and gently screw it on using a screw driver. CMS INSTITUTE, 2004. All rights reserved. No part of this material may be reproduced, stored or emailed without the prior permission of Programme Director, CMS Institute 6. Revision no.: PPT/2K403/02How to install a Motherboard (contd.) The motherboard is nowsecurely mounted to thecase. You can now place the ATXpower connector to themotherboard. Place the ATX powerconnector on top of thepower socket on themotherboard. Push down the powerconnector and it should cliponto the socket CMS INSTITUTE, 2004. All rights reserved. No part of this material may be reproduced, stored or emailed without the prior permission of Programme Director, CMS Institute 7. Revision no.: PPT/2K403/02How to install a Processor - CPU Locate the processorsocket on yourmotherboard. Example here showsinstallation of an Intel PIII866 processor on a socket370 The installation would beslightly different if youhave a different processori.e. Slot1 PIII CPU, P4 CPU,AMD Slot A / Socket ACPU etc. CMS INSTITUTE, 2004. All rights reserved. No part of this material may be reproduced, stored or emailed without the prior permission of Programme Director, CMS Institute 8. Revision no.: PPT/2K403/02How to install a Processor CPU Fan If there is no cooling fanavailable, make sure youinstall a fan that is correctfor the speed of your CPU,otherwise your CPU willoverheat and behaveabnormally or could bedamaged. Connect the CPU fan powerconnector to CPU fan powersocket on the motherboard CMS INSTITUTE, 2004. All rights reserved. No part of this material may be reproduced, stored or emailed without the prior permission of Programme Director, CMS Institute 9. Revision no.: PPT/2K403/02How to install a Memory - SDRAM Find the SDRAM banks on yourmotherboard, they should looksimilar to the banks below. Notice the memory banks has awhite clip on each side. Make sure you release the clipsso it bends to each side. Gently push down the SDRAMand it should clip on to thememory bank. The two white clips will nowbecome straight holding eachcorner of the memory. CMS INSTITUTE, 2004. All rights reserved. No part of this material may be reproduced, stored or emailed without the prior permission of Programme Director, CMS Institute 10. Revision no.: PPT/2K403/02How to install a Hard Disk Drive The IDE/ATA connector is on the lefthand side which consists of manypins. The jumper should be set to Master,which is the default setting for a newHDD. Any other device sharing the sameIDE cable should be set to Slave.Different HDD has different jumpersettings, please refer to your HDDmanual for more information. On the right hand side, next to thejumpers is the power connector. CMS INSTITUTE, 2004. All rights reserved. No part of this material may be reproduced, stored or emailed without the prior permission of Programme Director, CMS Institute 11. Revision no.: PPT/2K403/02How to install a Hard Disk Drive (contd.) The ATA 66 cable which is alsoknown as UDMA 66 cable, is anadvance IDE cable, which offershigher performance and dataintegrity than the standard IDEcable. ATA 66 cable consists of 80conductor cable where as thestandard IDE cable consists of 40conductor cable. CMS INSTITUTE, 2004. All rights reserved. No part of this material may be reproduced, stored or emailed without the prior permission of Programme Director, CMS Institute 12. Revision no.: PPT/2K403/02How to install a Hard Disk (contd.) Place your hard drive into the HDDmounting slot of your case, makesure the IDE/ATA connector isfacing outwards.Screw the HDD to the case usingscrews provided with the HDD orthe ATX case. Insert the ATA 66 cable into theATA connector of the HDD.Make sure the pin 1 on the cableis connected to pin 1 on the HDDconnector. Pin 1 is the red or pink strip on theedge of an ATA cable CMS INSTITUTE, 2004. All rights reserved. No part of this material may be reproduced, stored or emailed without the prior permission of Programme Director, CMS Institute 13. Revision no.: PPT/2K403/02How to install a Hard Disk Drive (contd.) Connect the other end of theATA 66 cable to the primaryATA socket of yourmotherboard as shown.Make sure the pin 1 on thecable connects to the pin 1 onthe ATA socket. Push the power cable into thepower connector as shown. The power cable is designed togo in one way, so you shouldnthave any problems. CMS INSTITUTE, 2004. All rights reserved. No part of this material may be reproduced, stored or emailed without the prior permission of Programme Director, CMS Institute 14. Revision no.: PPT/2K403/02How to install a Floppy Disk Drive The black connector on the left handside is the floppy disk connector. It is different from the IDE connectorand uses a different cable. The small white connector on theright hand side is the powerconnector for the floppy drive. Figure shows how a floppy drivecable and floppy drive powerconnector looks like. CMS INSTITUTE, 2004. All rights reserved. No part of this material may be reproduced, stored or emailed without the prior permission of Programme Director, CMS Institute 15. Revision no.: PPT/2K403/02How to install a Floppy Disk Drive contd Place the floppy drive into the FDDmounting slot as shown. Screw thedrive securely into place. Insert the floppy drive cable intothe floppy drive connector. Make sure the pin 1 on the cableconnects to the pin 1 on the floppydrive connector. Push the floppy drive power cableto the power connector Finally connect the other end ofthe floppy drive cable to floppydrive connector on yourmotherboard. CMS INSTITUTE, 2004. All rights reserved. No part of this material may be reproduced, stored or emailed without the prior permission of Programme Director, CMS Institute 16. Revision no.: PPT/2K403/02How to install CD / DVD ROM Connecting CDROM Drive is verysimilar to HDD Check the IDE cable and JumperSetting Next to the jumpers you have the CDAudio-Out socket. One side of your audio cableconnects to this socket and otherside connects to the sound card CD-IN socket. This would allow you tolisten to Audio CDs on yourcomputer Mount your CD/DVD-ROM drive intoits mounting slot CMS INSTITUTE, 2004. All rights reserved. No part of this material may be reproduced, stored or emailed without the prior permission of Programme Director, CMS Institute 17. Revision no.: PPT/2K403/02How to install CD / DVD ROM (contd.) Connect the IDE cable to thedrives IDE connector. Make sure the pin 1 on thecable is connected to pin 1 onthe drives IDE connector. Connect the other end of theIDE cable to the IDE socket onyour motherboard Finally connect the powercable to power connector andconnect the audio cable to theCD Audio-Out socket CMS INSTITUTE, 2004. All rights reserved. No part of this material may be reproduced, stored or emailed without the prior permission of Programme Director, CMS Institute 18. Revision no.: PPT/2K403/02How to install a Graphics Card Most modern graphics cards areAGP based and connects to theAGP bus of the motherboard(brown slot). Place your AGP card on top of theslot and gently push it down. Thecard should firmly sit intoposition. All you need to do now is to screwthe metal plate on the front of thecard to the ATX case. Use thescrews supplied with case andscrew the card to the case CMS INSTITUTE, 2004. All rights reserved. No part of this material may be reproduced, stored or emailed without the prior permission of Programme Director, CMS Institute 19. Revision no.: PPT/2K403/02How to install a Sound Card Place your sound card on top of aPCI slot. Gently push down the card so itsits into position. Once the card is seated correctlyinto position, screw the card onto the case. Finally insert the audio cable intothe CD-IN socket. The other end of the cable shouldbe connected to Audio-out socketon your CD/DVD-ROM drive. CMS INSTITUTE, 2004. All rights reserved. No part of this material may be reproduced, stored or emailed without the prior permission of Programme Director, CMS Institute 20. Revision no.: PPT/2K403