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How To Disassemble A Computer System

Cleaning the dust on your computer is very important part of computer maintenance. Problems like computer heating occur due to dust problem. To get the computer cleaning job done you can consult a computer repair company or try it on your own. But for this you need to disassemble a computer system. Not only for cleaning, if you want to slot in a new hardware component then too you need to disassemble your computer. Do you know how to do this? If not, this is the article for you. Here we will discuss how to disassemble a computer system.

Disassembling a computer can be a painful and daunting task but it is really not that difficult. Following are some useful tips which you should remember while performing the task. The first thing you should do is, cut off the power. This means you need to disconnect the computer from all power sources. Start with the power cord and then the other cables like monitor cable, mouse and keyboard wires and other devices like the sound box, etc.

Once you disconnect all the cables, you need to open the computer case. There are some PCs slides off the side. You need to remove some screws before the cover can come off. There are also other cases that open in different ways. So, it is suggested to check your specific computer case. In the market you will find cases, those are designed in such way so that the user can open the case easily.

After removing the computer case, you will have a look at all the components in the computer. You will find the motherboard, SMPS, hard disk, memory modules and other components. In addition, you will also find Video card, sound card, CPU, etc. You should learn about the components inside the case to maintain your computer.

You also need to remove adapter cards. For instance if there is a PCI based sound card, you will need to take note of the screw at the top of the bracket. To disconnect the card, first you need to remove that screw. Next you need to disconnect disk drives. Hard disks usually have screws at the side. The job these screws are to secure the hard drive in the PC’s drive bays. Be careful while unscrewing those, otherwise you precious hard disk may drop on the motherboard.

These are some useful tips for disassembling your computer. At the time of opening up your computer, you should remember these things. This will help you to avoid any potential problems at the time cleaning your computer or installing any new hardware component.