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Speed up your PC Tweaking your PC Important tweaks: ã 1) 2) 3) Boosting the speed of the system Number of tweaks for the purpose Many parts need to be tackled to get into the tweak The CMOS or the start –up is the most important of this options Tweaking the CMOS This is one of the most sensitive parts of your computer. By changing setting here, you can gain very significant speed increases. Step 1: Disable Bootup Floppy seek Step 2: Enable CPU Internal cache Step 3: Enable Video BIOS Shadow Ste
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  Speed up your PC Tweaking your PCImportant tweaks: ã Boosting the speed of the system1)Number of tweaks for the purpose2)Many parts need to be tackled to get into the tweak3)The CMOS or the start –up is the most important of this options Tweaking the CMOS This is one of the most sensitive parts of your computer. By changing setting here,you can gain very significant speed increases. Step 1: Disable Bootup Floppy seek Step 2: Enable CPU Internal cache Step 3: Enable Video BIOS Shadow Step 4: Enable System BIOS Cacheable Step 5: Enable video BIOS cacheable Step 6: Enable passive release Step 7: Enable delayed transaction Increasing the sped of the hard disk, CD/ DVD drives:About drivers 1.They are software and let the card work with the rest of the system.2.Ensure that they have the newest version3.Especially for the sound card and the GFx card, they ensure maximumperformance and speed Upgrading the PCUpgrading the Processor In case of a Coppermine processor ã These are socket 370 based Intel processors. ã If your older board has such a socket you can easily upgrade ã If it does not support he Coppermine processor, you’ll have to upgrade thmotherboard itself to a higher level Upgrading the RAM ã This is essential even if the processor has been upgraded ã This is especially true of programs that require and use a lot or RAM Upgrading the hard disk ã It improves the sped and performance of the system ã The hard disk essentially stores files ã Too much operation does not lend it to high quality performance ã Logically a larger hard disc takes care of these modifications ã Besides newer hard disks are faster by definition  Maintaining your PC for optimal performance Does your computer shut down on it’s own? ã Check for loose power cables in sockets. ã The powers inside the system might be loose The importance of earthing:  Grounding one’s PC is very significantin fact it has to be done beforeanything else is done ã Ensure that the power cable has a ground wire ã This ensures the stray voltage charges do not leak in to the system ã One indication of this situation is if one experiences a slight shock if theytouch the system Keeping the system clean: Inside out ã Servicing the computer is a necessity ã Certain parts require special attention ã The cooling fans on the system and iun the CPU are 2 such things ã If they stop is could be bad for the system ã The average frequency with which this should be done is between 3 – 6months  Speed up your PC – Printable Transcript Tweaking your PCCaution 1. Before tweaking your system, take back ups of all your critical files and data. Inthe event that a tweak goes awry, you will have access to all your data.2. During any tweak, you will most probably be asked what you want to do along theway. If there is any confusion or uncertainty along the way, choose the ‘Cancel’ option. Tweaking the CMOS This is one of the most sensitive parts of your computer. By changing setting here,you can gain very significant speed increases. Step 1: Disable Bootup Floppy seek Step 2: Enable CPU Internal cache Step 3: Enable Video BIOS Shadow Step 4: Enable System BIOS Cacheable Step 5: Enable video BIOS cacheable Step 6: Enable passive release Step 7: Enable delayed transactionThese settings change everything from the way your video card uses it’s BIOS to theway in which the processor transmits data through the system. Caution: If your system becomes unstable after making these changes, you canalways return to the srcinal setting by going to CMOS and choosing ‘Restore BIOSDefaults’. Tweaking the drives You can gain a tremendous speed increase if you set your hard disk and CD/DVDdrives to operate in UDMA mode. Step 1: Go to the Control Panel in Windows Step 2: Open the properties of the hard disk and CD/DVD drives. Here, check markthe DMA setting in each of these drives. Upgrading the PCCaution Get rid of static before you start installing any of the newer components. You couldcause damage to your system due to static charges. Touch the metal part of the CPUto get rid of static charge. Upgrading the Processor Step 1: Check for compatibility with motherboard. (Check motherboard manual). Upgrading a Celeron or a Coppermine processor ã These are socket 370 based Intel processors. You can easily upgrade to aprocessor that has a similar interface but with a higher clock speed (for  instance, from a Coppermine 500 MHz to a Coppermine running at 1 GHz). Upgrading a slot 1-based processor such as a P-III ã You will also have to buy a new motherboard that features the socket 370interface as slot 1-based processors are not manufactured any more. Upgrading an AMD processor ã If you have a Socket A-based motherboard, then you can easily upgrade to aDuron or an Athlon processor running at a higher clock speed. ã If you have an older Slot A-based motherboard or a Socket 7-basedmotherboard, then you should also upgrade your motherboard to one thatsupports the Socket A-based interface. How ToStep 1: Remove the older processor by moving the lever that releases theprocessor. Step 2: Insert the new processor. These processors sit in the socket in one wayonly, therefore do not try to force the processor into the socket. Align the notch onthe processor such that it conforms to the notch on the socket. Upgrading the RAM There are two kinds of RAM: SDRAM for Celeron, Coppermine, Duron and Athlonsystems and RDRAM for Pentium 4-based systems. Installing SDRAMStep 1: Check whether you have a free slot on your motherboard. Step 2: Remove the RAM sticks by pulling out the levers at the edges of the sockets.This will pry the RAM out of their sockets. Step 3: Insert the new RAM sticks into the slots by gently applying force on eitherside of the sticks. See to it that the notches on the RAM sticks conform to those onthe slot. Inserting RDRAM When inserting RDRAM modules into the slots, they have to be inserted in pairs. If you have only two modules on a board that has four slots, the other two will have tobe terminated by special modules called CRIMM modules. Refer to yourmotherboard’s manual for how these modules need to be inserted. Somemotherboards require the RDRAM modules to be inserted consecutively or inalternate slots. Upgrading the Hard Disk  Depending on whether you have an IDE or a SCSI hard disk, your upgrade willbasically be a change in capacity. If upgrading to an IDE hard disk, then you don’tneed any additional hardware.But, if you want to upgrade to SCSI, you’ll need a SCSI controller card. Step 1: Remove the power and the data cable from your existing hard disk. Step 2: Remove the screws attaching the hard disk to the drive bays. Step 3: Remove the older hard disk and insert the newer one Step 4: Attach the data and power cables to the new hard disk after fastening it withscrews. Remember to connect the data cable with the red/dotted wire toward thepower connector

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