Computer Assembly and Disassembly
PRINCIPLES OF INTERNAL ATTATCHMENT
GROUP 13 MEMBERS
GITONGA MUTAHI ELIJAH
KARICHO MURITHI LEWIS
MBATHA FRANCIS MWENDWA
Q. Describe the procedure for computer assembly and disassembly 1) Procedure for computer assembly i. Prepare the case. Lay the case out on the flat surface. Have all the screws that came with the case nearby. Unscrew the case access door from the computer if it is screwed in place. You may also have to push a button or lever to open the door. ii. Assemble the motherboard and some pieces on it first. You can push the RAM modules straight down into their slots until they pop into place. Put the CPU in the …show more content…
4. Remove the screws of the side cover opposite to the side where the ports are. By most system cases, if you are facing the back of the system unit the right side cover is to be removed. Return the screws back to the screw holes to avoid losing them. |
5. Once the side cover is removed, turn your system side down where the opened side of the system unit should be facing upward where you can comfortably look down on the inside of your system case.
6. The previous step prepares our readiness remove the components inside of the computer. The first thing is to remove the power supply. To be able to remove the power supply, remove first the molex connectors (the white plastic connector at the tip of the wires of the power supply) or the motherboard power connector, drive power connectors, the floppy drive power connector, the SATA power connectors and the four pin 12-volt motherboard connector. With all power connectors are removed from the motherboard and drives, the power supply is now okay to be removed as well. Always have the removed components placed in a remote and safe place away from where you are performing computer disassembly.
7. With the power supply removed, the data cable should be removed next. This includes IDE, SATA, and floppy drive cables. Secure the removed data cables.
8. Next to remove are the