D1-Virtual DesktopCandidate Number: 1726 Centre Number: 61101
Starting up! Firstly,         I accessed Virtual Desktop  via http://lateforlunch.co.uk/curr/
Power!   After I had entered Virtual Desktop, I was presented    with a bare base unit and below, a number of computer   ...
CPU + RAM   After this, I added the basics to my    motherboard, the CPU and some RAM.
Fastening the CPU in place   I then fastened the CPU in place for    protection and to make sure it is kept in its    nec...
Its like glue! (Thermal Compund)   After fastening the CPU into place, I then    added some thermal compound to add the  ...
A Sink for my Heat (Heatsink)   The added item was the heat sink for    reduce/prevent the chance of overheating    from ...
The Motherboard   After I had added RAM and CPU (with    heatsink) on the motherboard, I had installed    it into the bas...
Adapter Cards   Once I had installed the motherboard into    the base unit, I installed my NIC, Wireless    NIC and video...
Internal Drive   After the adapter cards were installed on the    motherboard, I installed the internal drive    provided...
Drives in External Bays   I then installed the other drives (these ones    were external), the Optical Drive and Floppy  ...
Internal Cables   Next step was to work more on the motherboard, in particular, the    cables..   I installed the numero...
From the Power supply      4-pin AUX Power      Cable             20-pin ATX Power                        Cable           ...
Data and the Fan                         Floppy Data Cable       3-pin Fan Power       Cable                              ...
External Cables   Once I had installed the internal cables, I had finished with    the inner base unit and could then pla...
External Cables         Power Cable           USB Cable                                   Keyboard and                    ...
Voila!   After all this, it is finally completed.
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  1. 1. D1-Virtual DesktopCandidate Number: 1726 Centre Number: 61101
  2. 2. Starting up! Firstly, I accessed Virtual Desktop via http://lateforlunch.co.uk/curr/
  3. 3. Power! After I had entered Virtual Desktop, I was presented with a bare base unit and below, a number of computer components. To start my construction, I started by adding the power supply.
  4. 4. CPU + RAM After this, I added the basics to my motherboard, the CPU and some RAM.
  5. 5. Fastening the CPU in place I then fastened the CPU in place for protection and to make sure it is kept in its necessary slot.
  6. 6. Its like glue! (Thermal Compund) After fastening the CPU into place, I then added some thermal compound to add the next item…
  7. 7. A Sink for my Heat (Heatsink) The added item was the heat sink for reduce/prevent the chance of overheating from the CPU at work.
  8. 8. The Motherboard After I had added RAM and CPU (with heatsink) on the motherboard, I had installed it into the base unit.
  9. 9. Adapter Cards Once I had installed the motherboard into the base unit, I installed my NIC, Wireless NIC and video adapter card into their corresponding slots on the motherboard.
  10. 10. Internal Drive After the adapter cards were installed on the motherboard, I installed the internal drive provided (Hard disk drive or HDD) into its corresponding slot on the base unit.
  11. 11. Drives in External Bays I then installed the other drives (these ones were external), the Optical Drive and Floppy Disk Drive.
  12. 12. Internal Cables Next step was to work more on the motherboard, in particular, the cables.. I installed the numerous cables from the power supply unit to the corresponding slots on the motherboard (20-pin ATX Power Cable, 4-pin Auxiliary Power Cable, Molex Power Cable, Berg Power Cable and the SATA Power Cable). After this, I installed the other cables that were required (3-pin Fan Power Cable, PATA Data Cable, SATA Data Cable and Floppy Data Cable).
  13. 13. From the Power supply 4-pin AUX Power Cable 20-pin ATX Power Cable Molex Power Cable Berg Power Cable SATA Power Cable
  14. 14. Data and the Fan Floppy Data Cable 3-pin Fan Power Cable PATA Data Cable SATA Data Cable
  15. 15. External Cables Once I had installed the internal cables, I had finished with the inner base unit and could then place the case panels on my base unit . Lastly, I inserted all my external components to complete my hardware installation (Mouse Cable, Keyboard Cable, USB Cable, Ethernet Cable, Monitor Cable, Wireless Antenna and Power Cable).
  16. 16. External Cables Power Cable USB Cable Keyboard and Mouse Cables Monitor Cable Wireless Antenna Ethernet Cable
  17. 17. Voila! After all this, it is finally completed.

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