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06 February 2006
Installing a second drive or replacing an existing one is a fairly simple procedure, and a good experience for those looking to learn more about how their PC works. With the price of storage at rock bottom, there is no reason not to add a second drive to your set up, which will give you additional space for applications and extend the useful life of your PC. When looking to buy a hard drive, it is important to check a few things first to ensure that it will indeed work with your system. The most important is the interface (Older machines used IDE whereas newer machines lean towards SATA or even SATA2), though you should also take disk space and spindle speed into consideration. Once you have your hard drive, you should do your best to leave it in the packaging until it is required. This will help prevent exposure to static, which can damage electrical circuitry. It is wise to wear an anti static wrist strap whenever doing any work within your PC. First, ensure your PC is switched off ...
06 February 2006
Installing a new graphics card can give any machine a boost, particularly if you have been relying on on-board graphics. There is a lot of jargon associated with graphics cards, so you should do a little research before purchasing. The most important thing to note is the interface, which is the slot which your card itself sits in. Older machines may have PCI or AGP slots, whereas newer machines more commonly use PCI-E or AGP slots. To see which your machine uses, consult your motherboard manual or look up its specification on the manufacturers website. Once you have your graphics card, the first thing to do is uninstall your current graphics drivers. Although this may not be an essential step, it will help keep things tidy and avoid any conflicts, so it is worth doing. To uninstall the drivers, click Start – Settings – Control Panel – System – Hardware tab – Device Manager. Expand the ‘Display Adapter’ tree and you should see a graphics card listed. Right click on the card name and se...
06 February 2006
Power supply units are responsible for delivering power to individual components within your PC. Few units offer their own surge protection, and as many components are fairly delicate, it is always advisable to plug your PC into the wall via a surge protection device of some sort. Thankfully, power supply units are fairly reliable, and the majority outlive the working life of the PC. However, with newer components requiring more power than ever, typical supply ratings have increased significantly in line with the demand. Unfortunately, this means more heat, and whilst good quality supplies will still comfortably see your PC through its lifespan, cheap supplies have become synonymous with early failure. When looking for a new or replacement power supply, there are a few things to bear in mind. The first and foremost is the form factor, and the most commonly used are ATX and the newer ATX-2. Older machines still use the AT form factor, though these are becoming less common. To confirm w...