Thanks for the replies so far, I appreciate it!
Anyways, while on the topic, I have a question for you :
Ive been reading up on guides on how to make comps, particuarily setting up the BIOS during a first launch. Is it very complicated, like Im interpreting it?
Hmmmmm....I've assembled quite a few computers, and only had to make changes in the BIOS once to force it to boot from CD first...but that was years ago, and I don't even remember the brand of the mobo that I was tinkering with. Should be fairly simple...assemble everything correctly, taking your sweet time. Check to ensure that everything's connected right. Check it again. Double check it. Then, double check it again. Then, call a buddy over to check it...and have him double check it...then call another.....well, you get the idea. Upon booting, the comp will look for the OS in the floppy, then the HDD, then the CDrom or DVD, which ever is installed. It'll go from there and begin the install of the OS. I usually let the OS format the drive before installing, this may take a while depending on the size of your hdd.
Best advice is to take your time...go for quality, not quantity. Get it right the first time so you don't fry parts thus costing yourself money! If you're unsure of something, then don't do it. Get help, even post back here. If you fry your mobo and cpu becuase you did something wrong instead of asking for help, not only will you be out a wad of cash, you'll be upset too! Also, (again) don't skimp on the psu, even if it says it's a great deal and is 500w, you get what you pay for with them...I learned that the hard way...bought a cheap PSU and had to replace it in order to run my graphics card!
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