Tip & How-To about Computers & Internet
Right, today we are going to get at the inards of our computer system. This is done for a number of different reasons these being any-thing from upgrading the RAM to cleaning/servicing the computer. Once accomplished we will then we able to get at those components inside the computer system.
You will need a phillips/plus shaped screw driver, you may also need a flat/minus shaped screw driver as well.
When looking at your computer from the rear you will notice that your computer chassis has two side panels. Both a left side panel and a right side panel.
In most cases both of these panels can be removed to access the computer components within.
Now if we move to the rear of your computer chassis you should notice two, some-times three screws holding each panel in place.
Using a phillips/plus shaped screw driver, remove each screw, being sure not to lose them. Put them in a place where they can not get lost, I some-times use a plastic screw divider.
Once the screws are removed from the Chassis, you can now slide each panel towards the rear of the chassis.
This is acomplished by standing at rear of the computer chassis and then using your fingers and/or the flat shaped screw driver ( to pry the panel from the chassis at the rear) now slide each panel towards the rear of the computer chassis. Which would be towards you when standing at the rear of the computer chassis.
Now once they have slid all the way back simply pop them off by pushing them to either the right for the right side panel and to the left for the left side panel. (The rear is the view point)
There that should do the trick, leaving you to enjoy and discover the inards of your computer system!
Wishing you All of the Best!
Posted by damnor01 on
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