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To remove either of the two available external hard drives, if installed in the unit, swing open the access door at the top of the unit for the drive you would like to remove. Slide the drive locking latch down to the unlocked position. Grasp the pull loop for the hard drive bracket and pull

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Now that you’ve installed your SSD drive into your computer, it’s now time to transfer your data from your hard drive to your solid-state drive. Kingston’s SSDNow Upgrade Bundle includes software to transfer the entire contents of your hard drive over to your new solid-state drive. Begin by inserting the bootable Acronis True Image HD

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Hi, I’m Dave Andrews. Today I’m going to show you how to partition a laptop hard drive. Let’s go to the computer, which I’m using my laptop here, and on our desktop, let’s just right click on “computer”. If you don’t have the “computer” icon on your desktop, it’s under your start menu; you can

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To access components that are inside the PC, you will need to remove the access panel. To remove the access panel, first, remove the Torx head screw for the panel at the rear of the PC. Brace the bottom of the unit on the table, and firmly slide the panel forward to disengage it from

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there are many ways you can overclock hardware like switching jumper settings soldering or linking points on a ceramic CPU or with switches on the motherboard but today we’re going to be talking about overclocking in the bios before we begin take the side panel off your PC and make sure the fans are working

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Hi. I’m Allen and welcome to Expert Village. Today I’m going to show you how to build your very own personal computer. What you’re going to do is you’re going to get your CPU, which actually this one’s in here already, but it’s going to come in the box so you’ll take it out of

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You put the fan with both of these to each of the sides of the heatsink And, that’s pretty much it We are going to keep you updated with some benchmarks and tests on this new cpu, and do some other comparisons 😀 Thanks for watching and see you next time! There’s Rodrigo

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Hi. I’m Allen and welcome to Expert Village. Today I’m going to show you how to build your very own personal computer. So let’s go ahead just grab some memory right here. This one is just two fifty-six megabytes as I discussed before. Probably something around a gigabyte is at the least you should really

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Installing a SSD, or a solid state disk drive, in your desktop computer – has many benefits over the older hard disk drives, like faster boot times, plus, it’s really easy to do. – But before you begin there are a couple things you need to know. First, if you have the install discs that

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