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The Computer Assembly and Disassembly

Learning Objectives:

After reading this INFORMATION SHEET, YOU MUST be able to:
1.) Assemble Computer
2.) Disassemble Computer

Introduction:

Installing Computer Hardware seems very difficult but once you know the
proper procedures, it will definitely become easy.
HOW TO DISASSEMBLE
STEPS:


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Information Sheet 1.2-1.1
Assembly and Disassembly according to Job
requirements
After reading this INFORMATION SHEET, YOU MUST be able to:
Computer
Computer
Installing Computer Hardware seems very difficult but once you know the
proper procedures, it will definitely become easy.

DISASSEMBLE COMPUTER HARDWARE?

1.)
computer and
unplug
connected to the
tower and if
there is a power
switch on the
back switch it
off.
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according to Job
After reading this INFORMATION SHEET, YOU MUST be able to:
Installing Computer Hardware seems very difficult but once you know the
?
Turn Off the
computer and
unplug all wires
connected to the
tower and if
there is a power
switch on the
back switch it



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2.)
of this Philips
screw driver un
screw
appropriate
screws.



3.) Wear an anti
static wrist strap
to protect the
computer
components then
take out
screws at the
back of the tower
and
panel cover.

In the absence of a
wrist strap, you
may just hold any
metal inside the
computer lab.
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With the use
of this Philips
screw driver un-
screw
appropriate
screws.
Wear an anti-
static wrist strap
to protect the
computer
components then
take out the
screws at the
back of the tower
take out the
panel cover.
In the absence of a
wrist strap, you
may just hold any
metal inside the
computer lab.

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4.) Slowly
remove wire
connections
.
5.) Un-
screw the
power
supply then
remove it
from the
CPU casing.
6.) Remove
the RAM
from its
slot.

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7.) Remove
the LAN
card.
8.) Remove
the Sound
card.

9.) Remove
the Video
card or AGP
card.

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HOW TO ASSEMBLE COMPUTER HARDWARE?
STEPS:

1. Install the back-
2. Install the mother board and tighten the screws
3. Install the RAM
4. Install the AGP card
5. Install the LAN card
6. Install the Sound card
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HOW TO ASSEMBLE COMPUTER HARDWARE?

-plate
Install the mother board and tighten the screws

Install the AGP card
Install the LAN card
Install the Sound card
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10.) Un-
screw the
mother
board then
remove it
slowly from
the CPU
casing and
see to it that
no portion
of the
mother
board that
touches the
casing to
protect
those very
small parts
of the
mother
board.
11.) Remove
the back-
plate.
Install the mother board and tighten the screws

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7. Install the Power Supply
8. Install the Hard Disk and Optical Drive
9. Install the wire connections
10. Install the Power cable and plug
verify if the CPU fan
11. Return the cover plate
12. Finally, arrange for the OS Installations
HOW TO CHECK IF A POWER SUPPLY IS GOOD or BAD?
STEPS:

The power supply is often forgotten when it comes to diagnosing
computer problems, but testing your power supply first
you a lot of troubleshooting headaches down the road. If your
computer experiences Blue Screen of Death crashes, hard drive
errors, or just plain wont boot, you may be dealing with a faulty
power supply. Run these quick tests before you start swa
out expensive hardware.


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Install the Power Supply
Install the Hard Disk and Optical Drive
Install the wire connections
Install the Power cable and plug-in to an electrical outlet to
verify if the CPU fan rotates.
Return the cover plate
Finally, arrange for the OS Installations


HOW TO CHECK IF A POWER SUPPLY IS GOOD or BAD?

The power supply is often forgotten when it comes to diagnosing
computer problems, but testing your power supply first
you a lot of troubleshooting headaches down the road. If your
computer experiences Blue Screen of Death crashes, hard drive
errors, or just plain wont boot, you may be dealing with a faulty
power supply. Run these quick tests before you start swa
out expensive hardware.
1. Shut down your
computer. Once
the computer has
been shut down,
or if it isnt
starting to begin
with, flip the
switch on the
back of the power
supply. Unplug
the power supply
from the outlet.
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in to an electrical outlet to
HOW TO CHECK IF A POWER SUPPLY IS GOOD or BAD?
The power supply is often forgotten when it comes to diagnosing
computer problems, but testing your power supply first can save
you a lot of troubleshooting headaches down the road. If your
computer experiences Blue Screen of Death crashes, hard drive
errors, or just plain wont boot, you may be dealing with a faulty
power supply. Run these quick tests before you start swapping
Shut down your
computer. Once
the computer has
been shut down,
or if it isnt
starting to begin
with, flip the
switch on the
back of the power
supply. Unplug
the power supply
from the outlet.

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2. Open your
computer case.
Disconnect the power
supply cables from all
of the components
inside the case. Follow
each cable from the
power supply to the
component to make
sure that everything is
properly unplugged.

Make note of where
everything was
plugged into for when
you reassem
case.

3. Make a paper
clip tester. You can
use a paper clip to
help test your power
supply and trick it
into thinking that it
has been switched on.
To do this, straighten
a paperclip and then
bend it into a U
shape.

This paperclip will act
as the pins that are
inserted into the
power supply that give
it the Power ON
signal.
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Open your
computer case.
Disconnect the power
supply cables from all
of the components
inside the case. Follow
each cable from the
power supply to the
component to make
sure that everything is
properly unplugged.
Make note of where
everything was
plugged into for when
you reassemble the
Make a paper
clip tester. You can
use a paper clip to
help test your power
supply and trick it
into thinking that it
has been switched on.
To do this, straighten
a paperclip and then
bend it into a U

This paperclip will act
e pins that are
inserted into the
power supply that give
it the Power ON


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4. Find the 20/24
Pin connector that
normally attaches to
your computers
motherboard. It is
typically the largest
connector for the
power supply

5. Find the green
pin and a black pin
(pins 15 & 16). You
will be inserting the
ends of the paperclip
into the green pin
(there should be only
one) and a
neighboring black pin.
Before you do this,
double check to make
sure that the power
supply is completely
disconnected from
any power outlet, that
it is switched off, and
that it is not
connected to any
computer
components.

The green pin is
typically pin 15 on a
pin chart.
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Find the 20/24
Pin connector that
normally attaches to
your computers
motherboard. It is
typically the largest
connector for the
power supply
Find the green
pin and a black pin
(pins 15 & 16). You
will be inserting the
ends of the paperclip
into the green pin
(there should be only
one) and a
neighboring black pin.
Before you do this,
double check to make
sure that the power
supply is completely
disconnected from
any power outlet, that
it is switched off, and
that it is not
connected to any
computer
omponents.
The green pin is
typically pin 15 on a
pin chart.

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6. Insert the
paperclip. Once you
have placed the
paperclip into each of
the pins, plac
cable somewhere
where it wont be
disturbed. Plug the
power supply back
into the outlet, and
flip the switch in the
back.

7. Check the fan.
Once the power
supply is receiving
power, you should be
able to hear and/or
see a fan moving. This
will let
the power supply is at
least working. If the
power supply does not
turn on at all, double
check your pins (after
unplugging) and try
again. If it still does
not turn on, then it is
most likely dead.[2]

This test will not tell
you if the powe
supply is functioning
as it should, just that
it is turning on. You
will need to perform
the next test to ensure
that it is outputting
correctly.
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Insert the
paperclip. Once you
have placed the
paperclip into each of
the pins, place the
cable somewhere
where it wont be
disturbed. Plug the
power supply back
into the outlet, and
flip the switch in the
Check the fan.
Once the power
supply is receiving
power, you should be
able to hear and/or
see a fan moving. This
will let you know that
the power supply is at
least working. If the
power supply does not
turn on at all, double
check your pins (after
unplugging) and try
again. If it still does
not turn on, then it is
most likely dead.[2]
This test will not tell
you if the power
supply is functioning
as it should, just that
it is turning on. You
will need to perform
the next test to ensure
that it is outputting
correctly.

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ANOTHER WAY OF HOW TO CHECK IF A POWER SUPPLY IS
GOOD or BAD?
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ANOTHER WAY OF HOW TO CHECK IF A POWER SUPPLY IS


1. Check the output
through software. If
your computer is
functional and you
can load your
operating system, try
using software to
check your power
supplys output.
SpeedFan is a
freeware program that
will read your
computers
diagnostics and report
back your
temperatures and
voltages. Check the
readouts to ensure
that they fall within
accepted tolerances.

If your computer does
not work, skip to the
next step.

2. Shut down the
computer. Unplug the
power supply from the
outlet. Turn off the
power switch on
back of the power
supply. Open the
computer and
disconnect all of the
components from the
power supply. Follow
the cables from the
power supply to each
component to ensure
that everything has
been properly
disconnected.
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ANOTHER WAY OF HOW TO CHECK IF A POWER SUPPLY IS
Check the output
through software. If
your computer is
functional and you
can load your
operating system, try
using software to
check your power
supplys output.
SpeedFan is a
freeware program that
will read your
computers
diagnostics and report
back your
temperatures and
voltages. Check the
readouts to ensure
that they fall within
accepted tolerances.
If your computer does
not work, skip to the
next step.
Shut down the
computer. Unplug the
power supply from the
outlet. Turn off the
power switch on the
back of the power
supply. Open the
computer and
disconnect all of the
components from the
power supply. Follow
the cables from the
power supply to each
component to ensure
that everything has
been properly
disconnected.

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Test the power supply with
online and from computer stores, and are not very expensive. Find the
20/24 pin connector on the power supply. This is typically the largest cable
for the power supply.

Connect the power supply testing unit

Plug the power supply back into the outlet and turn it on. Your power
supply should turn on automatically and your power supply tester will light
up.

Some power supply testers require you to turn on the power supply using a
switch or button on the tester. Others will turn on automatically.

Check the voltages. The 20/24 pin connector will have multiple readouts,
but there are 4 essential measurements you need to look for:
+3.3 VDC
+5 VDC
+12 VDC
-12 VDC

Ensure that the voltages are within normal accepted tolerances. +3.3, +5,
+12 can all be within +/
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Test the power supply with a power supply testing unit. These are available
online and from computer stores, and are not very expensive. Find the
20/24 pin connector on the power supply. This is typically the largest cable
Connect the power supply testing unit to the 20/24 pin connector.
Plug the power supply back into the outlet and turn it on. Your power
supply should turn on automatically and your power supply tester will light
Some power supply testers require you to turn on the power supply using a
switch or button on the tester. Others will turn on automatically.
Check the voltages. The 20/24 pin connector will have multiple readouts,
but there are 4 essential measurements you need to look for:
ges are within normal accepted tolerances. +3.3, +5,
+12 can all be within +/- 5%. The -12 can be within +/- 10%. If any of the
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a power supply testing unit. These are available
online and from computer stores, and are not very expensive. Find the
20/24 pin connector on the power supply. This is typically the largest cable
to the 20/24 pin connector.
Plug the power supply back into the outlet and turn it on. Your power
supply should turn on automatically and your power supply tester will light
Some power supply testers require you to turn on the power supply using a
switch or button on the tester. Others will turn on automatically.
Check the voltages. The 20/24 pin connector will have multiple readouts,

ges are within normal accepted tolerances. +3.3, +5,
10%. If any of the

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readings are outside that range, than the power supply is bad and needs to
be replaced.

Test the other connectors. Once youve
outputting power properly, test each of the other connector cables one by
one. Unplug and turn off the power supply between each test.




Test the power supply with a multimeter. Straighten a paperclip and then
bend it into a U shape. Find the green pin on the 20/24 pin connector.
Plug the paperclip into the green pin (pin 15) and into one of the neighboring
black pins. This will trick the connector into thinking its plugged into the
motherboard.[3]

1. Plug the power supply back in and turn it on.

2. Find a pinout chart for your power supply. This will let you know
which pins provide which voltages.

3. Set your multimeter to the VBDC setting. If your multimeter does not
auto-range, set the range to 10V.

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readings are outside that range, than the power supply is bad and needs to
Test the other connectors. Once youve verified that the main connector is
outputting power properly, test each of the other connector cables one by
one. Unplug and turn off the power supply between each test.
Test the power supply with a multimeter. Straighten a paperclip and then
it into a U shape. Find the green pin on the 20/24 pin connector.
Plug the paperclip into the green pin (pin 15) and into one of the neighboring
black pins. This will trick the connector into thinking its plugged into the
supply back in and turn it on.
Find a pinout chart for your power supply. This will let you know
which pins provide which voltages.
Set your multimeter to the VBDC setting. If your multimeter does not
range, set the range to 10V.
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readings are outside that range, than the power supply is bad and needs to
verified that the main connector is
outputting power properly, test each of the other connector cables one by
one. Unplug and turn off the power supply between each test.

Test the power supply with a multimeter. Straighten a paperclip and then
it into a U shape. Find the green pin on the 20/24 pin connector.
Plug the paperclip into the green pin (pin 15) and into one of the neighboring
black pins. This will trick the connector into thinking its plugged into the
Find a pinout chart for your power supply. This will let you know
Set your multimeter to the VBDC setting. If your multimeter does not

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4. Connect the negative probe of the multimeter to a ground (black) pin
on the connector.

5. Connect the positive probe to the first pin that you want to test.
Make a note of the voltage displayed.

6. Check the voltages to make sure they fall within the tolerance
threshold. If any of the voltages are outside of the tolerance range,
then the power supply is defective.

7. Repeat the process for each of the peripheral connectors. Refer to the
specific pinout charts for each connector to see which pins to test.



Reassemble your computer. Once youve tested and verified all of the power
connectors, you can reassemble your computer. Ensure that all of your
devices are properly plugged back in, and that all of the motherboard
connectors are properly seated. Once you hav
computer, you can try powering it on.
If you are still having computer errors, or your computer will not start, move
on to other troubleshooting steps. The first place to check will be your
motherboard.
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Connect the negative probe of the multimeter to a ground (black) pin
on the connector.
Connect the positive probe to the first pin that you want to test.
Make a note of the voltage displayed.
Check the voltages to make sure they fall within the tolerance
threshold. If any of the voltages are outside of the tolerance range,
then the power supply is defective.
Repeat the process for each of the peripheral connectors. Refer to the
specific pinout charts for each connector to see which pins to test.
ssemble your computer. Once youve tested and verified all of the power
connectors, you can reassemble your computer. Ensure that all of your
devices are properly plugged back in, and that all of the motherboard
connectors are properly seated. Once you have finished reassembling the
computer, you can try powering it on.
If you are still having computer errors, or your computer will not start, move
on to other troubleshooting steps. The first place to check will be your

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Connect the negative probe of the multimeter to a ground (black) pin
Connect the positive probe to the first pin that you want to test.
Check the voltages to make sure they fall within the tolerance
threshold. If any of the voltages are outside of the tolerance range,
Repeat the process for each of the peripheral connectors. Refer to the
specific pinout charts for each connector to see which pins to test.

ssemble your computer. Once youve tested and verified all of the power
connectors, you can reassemble your computer. Ensure that all of your
devices are properly plugged back in, and that all of the motherboard
e finished reassembling the
If you are still having computer errors, or your computer will not start, move
on to other troubleshooting steps. The first place to check will be your

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HOW TO INSTALL RJ-45 (Registered Jack-45)


C R I M P E R


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C R I M P E R

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SAMPLE IMAGES OF THE FOLLOWING:

CPU
CPU Casing
LAN Cards
AGP
CPU Fan
USB Cards
Sound Card

CPU








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SAMPLE IMAGES OF THE FOLLOWING:
Mother Board
Architecture
North & South Bridges
RAM
Optical Drives
Hard Disk
Bios
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SAMPLE IMAGES OF THE FOLLOWING:
Mother Board
North & South Bridges
Optical Drives
Devices

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LAN Cards




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Trainers
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Templates

RAM

OPTICAL DRIVE



Trainers
Methodology
Templates
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OPTICAL DRIVE

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HARD DISK


BIOS
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HARD DISK

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I / O DEVICES
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Trainers
Methodology
Templates
Date Developed:
July 2010
Date Revised:
June 2014
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NTTA
Developed by:
Carmelito M. Lauron, Sr.
Revision # 01
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