Setting Up a Computer Term Paper by Master Researcher

Setting Up a Computer
A directional analysis on how to set up a computer.
# 44232 | 1,064 words | 23 sources | APA | 2002 | US
Published on Nov 11, 2003 in English (Technical Writing) , Computer and Technology (General)

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This paper provides detailed step-by-step instructions to set-up a computer with hardware and software so that it is ready to use.

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"Setting up a computer, whether in the home or the office, as a stand alone unit or as part of workstation within a network is a simple task. However, careful considerations must be observed before the computer can be set up. For this approach and analysis let us look at the process of setting up a desktop computer, with the basic peripherals of Monitor, tower unit, which holds the cpu, motherboard and other processors, keyboard and mouse (Anonymous (b), PG) .
"Before you begin to unpack the computer, make sure that that area where the desktop is going to sit is entirely clean and dust free and also is of a sufficient size and strength to hold the weight of the units. Then, unpack the computer, monitor, any software included and instructions. Check that all parts are free from damage, and that the correct and all leads, software and instructions are contained (Anonymous (b), PG) .
"Next read through the instructions carefully. Taking the main power leads, checking that the sockets and plugs are also free from damage and are also the correct power output. Once you have ascertained that all the parts and power leads coupled with any adjoining leads are in perfect condition and present, then begin by slowly assembling the units of the computer together (Anonymous (b), PG)."

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