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Inside your computer

Large Hard Drive Support (XP,2K,ME,98 and 98SE)Large Hard Drive Support (XP,2K,ME,98 and 98SE)
[Feb. 11, 2005] Got a hard drive larger than 137 GB, having problems getting it seen by your computer, then you need to check out this guide
 
Hardware Guide - PCI ExpressHardware Guide - PCI Express
[Jan. 5, 2005] Well along with the new motherboards, slots & graphics card, comes the processors....
 
Hardware Guide - ProcessorsHardware Guide - Processors
[Jan. 5, 2005] Well along with the new motherboards, slots, graphics cards and memory that are appearing on the market come the processors.
 
Hardware Guide - DDR2Hardware Guide - DDR2
[Jan. 5, 2005] So what's next I here you ask ? Well along with the new motherboards comes DDR2.
 
Inside Your Computer Part 11 – Internet connections Part 2Inside Your Computer Part 11 – Internet connections Part 2
[Jun. 1, 2004] Last week I looked at modems, ISDN, ADSL and cable, for Internet connectivity, continuing on the theme, this week I will look at Satellite and wireless broadband.
 
Inside Your Computer Part 10 – Internet connections Part 1Inside Your Computer Part 10 – Internet connections Part 1
[May 23, 2004] So you have your computer, and you are wishing to go on the Internet, or you are on the Internet and want to upgrade. So what is available in today’s market?
 
Inside Your Computer Part 9 – Sound Cards and SpeakersInside Your Computer Part 9 – Sound Cards and Speakers
[May 17, 2004] Sound cards are a very important part of computing in the modern age. Without them you will have no music, no effects and no voices when using your computer.
 
Inside Your Computer Part 8 – Graphics CardsInside Your Computer Part 8 – Graphics Cards
[May 7, 2004] A graphics card is used to display images on your monitor. Without one you will not be able to see what your computer is doing.
 
Inside Your Computer Part 7 – The CD-writers, DVD & CD-Rom drivesInside Your Computer Part 7 – The CD-writers, DVD & CD-Rom drives
[Apr. 29, 2004] CDRW drives are basically what they say, they allow you to create your own CD’s. There are 2 basic types of CD’s you can use, CDR’s and CDRW’s.
 
Inside Your Computer Part 6 – The DVD-WritersInside Your Computer Part 6 – The DVD-Writers
[Apr. 29, 2004] Create your own home movies on DVD, backup your DVD collection, or use to backup your hard drive, for whatever reason go buy one now. A DVD writer is used for exactly what it is named for, writing DVD's.
 
Inside Your Computer Part 5 – The Hard Disk DriveInside Your Computer Part 5 – The Hard Disk Drive
[Apr. 29, 2004] The hard drive is abbreviated to HDD, as in Hard Disk Drive. The HDD is used as storage by your computer, think of it as a large bookshelf that you can put everything into.
 
Inside Your Computer Part 4 – The MemoryInside Your Computer Part 4 – The Memory
[Apr. 29, 2004] Continuing with the “Inside Your Computer” series, this week we will look at memory. Memory is simply a part of your computer which has information uploaded to it temporarily, allowing instant access.
 
Inside Your Computer Part 3 – The ProcessorInside Your Computer Part 3 – The Processor
[Apr. 29, 2004] So what is the processor? Well in the simplest of terms, it’s your computers brain. The processor tells your computer what to do and when to do it, it decides which tasks are more important and prioritises them to your computers needs.
 
Inside Your Computer Part 2 – The MotherboardInside Your Computer Part 2 – The Motherboard
[Apr. 25, 2004] The aptly named motherboard is the backbone of your computer; this is where all the other components plug directly into.
 
Inside Your Computer: Part 1 - The Base UnitInside Your Computer: Part 1 - The Base Unit
[Apr. 22, 2004] This is the main box where you insert the CD’s and/or disks, sometimes incorrectly called the processor, the monitor or the hard drive, amongst other things. This is the heart of your PC.