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Setting Up Your New Computer

The following is a list of things to consider when you setup your new computer:

Never be in a hurry, take your time and make sure everything is done properly. If you don't have the time to install everything correctly now, when will you have the time to reinstall everything?

Check to make sure that you have everything that you need to setup the computer. If you are installing internal components, such as disk drives, do you have all of the power and data cables that you need? If you are installing a printer, do you have the correct type of cable to connect the printer to the computer? Printers generally do not come with a cable, you have to purchase that separately.

Even if you've setup new computers before, read the setup section in the manual for each of the components that you are going to install. Computers are usually shipped with special packing material inside the diskette and CD-ROM drives that needs to be removed before the computer is turned on. Also, printers usually have packing material covering print heads or other important components inside the printer that needs to be removed.

Keep the boxes and packing material. If you ever have to return the computer, monitor, or printer back to the original manufacturer, you will need them.

Fill out all of the registration cards for the computer, monitor, printer, software applications, or any other components and mail them in promptly. Keep copies of any important information, such as registration numbers, serial numbers, as well as brand and model numbers of everything in a safe place. If you ever have to call for technical support, you will need this information. Also, if you ever install additional hardware or software to the computer, you may need to know the model numbers of one or more of the various components to check for compatibility.


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