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Lesson 10: Powering the computer on - build your own computer

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In lesson 10 we'll power the computer on, making sure that the fans are spinning and the lights on the front of the case are working. In the Computer Setup lessons we'll continue the steps to build your own computer.


Check Hardware Connections

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Before we power the computer on we need to give all of the connections a once over.

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Press down on the data cable connections on the motherboard and drives. It’s easy for them to come partially out while we've been working in the case.

Press down on the expansion cards as well.

Also make sure all of the power connectors are on solid.

We want to leave the cover off for now, so when we power the computer on, we can make sure that all the fans are running.


Connect the Speakers

Go around the back of the computer and plug in the speakers. Green is standard for the speaker connection on most sound cards and motherboards.

Then plug the speaker’s power cable into the outlet and power them on.


Connect the Monitor

Plug the video cable from the monitor into your video card and connect the monitors’ power cable into the outlet.


Connect the Keyboard and Mouse

For the keyboard and mouse check for a sticker which indicates the correct USB ports to connect them to. On some motherboards only a few of the USB ports will be recognized in the BIOS.


Connect the Power to the computer

Then connect the power cable from the outlet into the power supply and flip the primary power switch to on.


Power on the Computer

Turn on the monitor and press the power button on the computer.

Look in the case to make sure that the processor cooling fan and the case fans are spinning. With some motherboards, the CPU cooling fan will spin for a moment and stop. The CPU fan won't spin again until the CPU reaches a certain temperature.

All of the fans running and we can hear the hard drive spinning up. On the front of the case, we see the DVD recordable drives access light flashing.

You should also have video on your monitor, which we’ll go into in the build your own computer setup lessons.


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Comments

0 # mpeacock01 2010-11-02 08:22
New PC build - there is power - rest of computer running well but the monitor cannot lock onto the digital signal - keeps searching - so we connected a monitor we know that works, different cable that we know works and same result. We have a NVIDIA GeForce GTS 450 graphic card (installed in PCIEX16_1 slot)- any suggestions? Motherboard = Sabertooth X58, Monitor is Samsung SyncMaster P2350
0 # admin2 2010-11-02 08:27
That sound like the computer isn't posting. We have some step by step instructions on the forum.

http://www.homepcbuilder.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=4

I also emailed you the instructions.
0 # mpeacock01 2010-11-02 09:20
YOU ROCKSTAR YOU!!!! it was "A very common cause of no post no video these days is not connecting the 4 or 8 pin power plug from the power supply to motherboard. The connection is next to the CPU". I completely did not see that power connection referenced AT ALL. Thank you we have POST and Video. I LOVE this site. :D
0 # dbowyer62 2010-12-31 06:43
We followed the direction - we red light - but nothing else when we turn it on? Any suggestgions?
0 # admin2 2010-12-31 06:45
Dolores, I'm sending you an email about this.
0 # Cenitros 2012-11-27 03:15
I am sorry but this installation is not really successful...
First reason is Cables are everywhere in case you should collect and find some way than stick together with electricity band or a cluff.In this case you make it look more clean from outside and you make air condition work with higher performence...
Second reason is Your input plugs behind of your case are not fit for a relax plug in...I don't think you didn't know these all but...I would install this pc components much better.
0 # admin2 2012-11-27 07:34
We are going to include cable management in the next version of the lessons.

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