Building a PC for Dummies

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IDG Books Worldwide, 1998 - Microcomputers - 359 pages
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This handy reference guides computer users through assembling input; processing output, communications, and network components; and getting them to work together harmoniously. Novice, intermediate, and advanced computer users who want hands-on experience under the hood of a computer will find this reference a must.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Can I Realty Do This
7
What Type of PC Should I Build?
21
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Mark L. Chambers is a technical writer and consultant with experience as a computer hardware technician. Among his many books is the popular "Building a PC For Dummies," 5th Edition.

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