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I don't know how to put my tower together, or check parts

All the hardware has been removed and the wiring disconnected from the tower of my home computer.. I am not sure how to reconnect it, or how to check the parts to ensure i still have what I need.

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The minimum you will need is: Power supply, Motherboard, RAM, HDD, CDROM. The manual of the motherboard will tell you where to connect everything. If you don't have it, look online. They are nearly always available on the manufacturers website.

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