Build Your Own PC
by Morris Rosenthal
Publisher: McGraw-Hill 2004
Number of pages: 240
This visual how-to manual is loaded with photographs and images to help you see exactly how to assemble from scratch--or simply upgrade--your PC easily. Organized in three main sections, this easy-to-follow guide will lead you through making preparations to build your PC, which includes guidance selecting and purchasing the right parts. Next, you'll learn how to build the actual computer, including internal components, and finally, there's a section on maintaining and troubleshooting.
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by Michael Karbo - karbosguide.dk
This guide is written in easy language and contains a lot of illustrations. The author would like to give you enough insight into and confidence about your PC's workings that you would dare to upgrade your PC, or build your next PC yourself.
by Morris Rosenthal - Foner Books
The book is not for absolute beginners, the focus of the book is teaching a structured approach to PC repair. The intended audience is hobbyists who already have some experience repairing computers or beginning computer technicians.
by Russ Walter - Russell Walter Pub
The book explains everything important about computers -- simply, candidly, and as wisely as possible, with a cynical laugh. This book was rated 'tops' by the major computer magazines, newspapers, library organizations, schools, and computer clubs.
by Jeff Heaton - Heaton Research, Inc.
Describes the computer system components, such as motherboards, processors, hard drives, memory, CD/DVD drives, cases, power supplies and fans. The book will take you through all of the steps to create exactly the computer system that you need.