Ch 2 - Chapter 2 Working Inside a Computer Reviewing the Basics 1 When taking a computer apart why is it important to not stack boards on top of each

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Chapter 2 Working Inside a Computer Reviewing the Basics: 1. When taking a computer apart, why is it important to not stack boards on top of each other? You could accidentally dislodge a chip. Carefully lay it on an antistatic mat. 2. Why is it important to remove loose jewelry before working inside a computer case? It is made out of metal and might conduct electricity if it touches a component. 3. When assembling a system, which do you install first, the drives or the motherboard? You have to install the drives first then the motherboard. 4. What is the purpose of raised screw holes or standoffs installed between the motherboard and case? To keep the board from touching the case to electrical shorts. 5. When installing the front panel wires to the motherboard front panel header, how do you know which pins to use for each wire if the pins on the header are not labeled? You can find this information on the motherboard user guide.

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