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How to Build a Computer with Newegg TV
How to Build a Computer with Newegg TV
English | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, stereo (und)
MP4 | Video: h264, yuv420p, 1280x720, 29.97 fps(r) (und) | 1.46 GB
Genre: Video Training


How to Build a Computer with Newegg TV
Whether you're a computer enthusiast, business professional or just need something for the kids and their homework, buying a branded computer can be a significant investment. Learning to build your own system not only helps you save money, but also ensures your computer system has everything you need and nothing you don't. Newegg can show you how to get started.

With our comprehensive tutorial, you'll learn the basics of how a computer works, the essential parts, and how to put it all together. We'll guide you through choosing the peripherals that meet your needs while explaining why you need them. Best of all, Newegg has a wide selection of computer hardware to fit every budget and system build. So whether this is your first scratch-built computer or your fiftieth and you just want a refresher course, let Newegg show the way!

This 4 part tutorial goes in depth on how to build a computer from scratch. Even if you already know how to build a computer, you might learn a few things from this video series.

Part 1 - We'll be covering the different components that make up a typical computer, as well as the different functions they perform. Also, we provide some advice on planning out your build and choosing the best parts to suit your needs.

Part 2 - The Build! We've gone for epic-scale length and detail. We have two complete builds to share, and step-by-step instructions for how they're put together.

To make the video even longer, the first half covers an "external build", which involves connecting your core components outside the case to do a test boot and make sure everything is working. Defective parts are rare, but they can put a damper on your build if they're not identified early in the process.

Next up is installing parts into the case, cable routing, and the moment of truth: the first boot after assembly is complete. Enjoy!

Part 3 - Installing Windows & Finishing Touches. We also takes some time at the end of the video for some Q&A, in response to comments from Part 1 and Part 2.

Operating Systems Overview - 1:02
Preparing to Install Windows - 3:28
Booting from the Optical Drive - 5:30
Installing Windows 7 - 9:58
Drivers - 14:23
Windows Updates - 26:52
Antivirus - 32:08
Making a Backup Image - 33:14
Q & A Session - 34:41

Part 4 - How to install an AMD processor. Since the main build is an Intel processor, we made this one to assist you if you prefer the AMD processors instead.

Part 1 - 24 min
Part 2 - 43 min
Part 3 - 51 min
Part 4 - 5 min

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