1st time builder

  pickle factory 19:45 08 Apr 04

With the help of you educated people I'm gradually learning a bit and I'm about to venture into my first build from scratch. (It'll probably end up looking like roadkill, but Hey Ho). Any wizardly suggestions on equipment 'Must have's' or 'Must not have's' that might help me avoid building a Frankenstein monster. Some sensible idiot proof books might be useful if any one could recommend. Thanks peeps

  Chaz10 20:01 08 Apr 04

you might find "haynes computer manual" usefull as it goes though computer building step by step (it's the same company that does those fantastic car manuals)its available here
click here

  hugh-265156 20:01 08 Apr 04

some good videos to watch on the subject may come in useful click here

  pickle factory 20:13 08 Apr 04

Cheers folks, all looks useful

  ade.h 22:28 08 Apr 04

Take your time; get your workspace clean and tidy; lay out every tool you might need; be very careful with circuit boards and hard disks, which are easily damaged by static; tackle the task after a hearty breakfast! Also look at this site click here

  hugh-265156 23:40 08 Apr 04

forgot to give you the link to click here in my last posting.lots of good info here too.

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