>> To be honest, it's like lego.
>>>> A PCI card fits into a PCI slot one way. ditto for RAM, AGP and the like.
>>disks are a little awkward - sometimes, there are two ways (actually,
>>eight with floppies). But, you can't break stuff. So, if you put it all
>>together and it doesn't work...well, you can just flip the cables around.
I've learnt my lessons in this area :-)
You get buy all your bits and stick them together and great it all works!!!
or you can stick them together and it doesn't work , and then you got to
figure out what the issue is.
I have most of the parts of a pc at home and I've put it together and got it
to boot once.. so I'd strip it down bit my bit and rebuild it , it won't
work.... I think it's somethink loss /damaged motherboard but I don't know
Without having extra parts around it's really hard to figure out the
After rebuilding about 1000 times (including using different cards/ ram /
cd / disks / cables) I've sorta given up (4 now).. It's under my bed...
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