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By Itpunk ·
Some time ago i saw a long article about building the PC- from start to the end but I don`t find it anymore (here in techrepublic). If anyone can find it for me, i would appreciate it.

Also, if you could point me to some good site, where I couldlearn the computer anatomy (for free), so that i could easiely put together computers myself and also solve problems inside them.

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by dmiles In reply to Building a PC

Coul not remember the month of the article,yet here are some sites or book of interest
1 Build your own PC
2 Illustrated Building a New ATX PC,Step by Step
3 John's Hardware guide
4 www.intmauts.com/hassan/computers/building guide
Book:buildinga PC for dummies
good luck

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by Itpunk In reply to Building a PC

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by avachon In reply to Building a PC

Okay, here are some freebies:
Look at www.pctechnician This site will walk you through building a computer from scratch. As for troubleshooting, look at www.windowstrouble.com If you need a dictionary of computer terms (if something isn't explained well) look at www.webopedia.com If you find you need drivers look at www.windrivers.com (also has troubleshooting tips) and www.driveguide.com. For discussions about hardware compnonents: www.tomshardware.com
As for techrepublic, not long ago they had an article on motherboard and powersupply selection, search under motherboards and pcupgrades. Intel has lots of info. about their chipsets (www.intel.com) and I think one of the better boards out there is asus (www.asus.com). Hope this helps.Good luck.

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by Itpunk In reply to Building a PC

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by karlhull In reply to Building a PC

I am sure a while back I read that article in pc world. Try going to PCworld.com and check the archives.

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by Itpunk In reply to Building a PC

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by saihib In reply to Building a PC

There is no better teacher than experience. Buy your own components, screw them up, replace them enough times and you will learn.
You will be a better person for it. Every component comes with either a manual or a read me file. Use the resources. One of the best is Mark Minasi. If you found TechRepublic, I'm sure you can find Mark.

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by Itpunk In reply to Building a PC

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by Robert Young In reply to Building a PC

If you would like to send me your e-mail address, I can scan an article in this months Computer Shopper (approx 12 pages & 30 steps) to you .

Reply to administrator@kinloss.screaming.net
Regards
Robert Young

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