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How to assemble the computer

Dear Sir,

I don't have complete knowledge of computer hardware i m network engr but in my company i hv to do more work related to comp. hardware so pls guide me how to make new machine.


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Dnyaneshwar.

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  • watteemdb Oct 05, 2008

    dear i also working with computer. then i also want to know about assembling computer.


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If u want assembled a new machine first of all attach motherboard with the cabinet as per the instruction after that

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