PROJECT TOPIC : A PRACTICAL STUDY ON PROCEDURES TECHNIQUES OF MAJOR ASSEMBLING OF COMPUTING DEVICE
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Keywords: PROCEDURES TECHNIQUES OF MAJOR ASSEMBLING OF COMPUTING DEVICE
Computing has been a major aspect of the computer science that deal with the operational sector of the computer device, its compilation has been the essential and integral part of the whole system, the sequential procedure must be analyze, and its algorithm flexible. The researcher embarked on this study to practically analyze its techniques and demonstrate the steps. The researcher employed SSADM method with DDCM monitoring and recording system. The system will be coded using the machine code – a low level programming language. This language will serve as the backbone of the computing device.
Computing is intimately tied to the representation of numbers. But long before abstractions like the number arose, there were mathematical concepts to serve the purposes of civilization. These concepts include one-to-one correspondence (the basis of counting), comparison to a standard (used for measurement), and the 3-4-5 right triangle (a device for assuring a right angle).
The earliest known tool for use in computation was the abacus, and it was thought to have been invented in Babylon circa 2400 BC. Its original style of usage was by lines drawn in sand with pebbles. Abaci, of a more modern design, are still used as calculation tools today. This was the first known computer and most advanced system of calculation known to date – preceding Greek methods by 2,000 years. Computing is any goal-oriented activity requiring, benefiting from, or creating algorithmic processes—e.g. through computers. Computing includes designing, developing and building hardware and software systems; processing, structuring, and managing various kinds of information; doing scientific research on and with computers; making computer systems behave intelligently; and creating and using communications and entertainment media. The field of computing includes computer engineering, software engineering, computer science, information systems, and information technology.
The discipline of computing is the systematic study of algorithmic processes that describe and transform information: their theory, analysis, design, efficiency, implementation, and application. The fundamental question underlying all computing is “What can be (efficiently) automated?”
1.1.BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY:
The assembling of the computer system is exactly the opposite of disassembling operation. Before starting assembling the computer system, make sure you have the screws and a screwdriver for those.
The first step for assembling the computer system starts with mounting the processor on the processor socket of motherboard. To mount the process, you don’t need to apply any force. The special ZIF (zero insertion force) sockets are usually used to prevent any damage to the processor pins. Once the processor is mounted, the heat sink will be attached on top of processor. The CPU fan is also attached on top of heat sink.
Now the motherboard is to be fixed vertically in tower case and the screws are fixed from behind of the motherboard.
Now line up the power supply at the top back end of the cabinet and screw it. The power connectors for motherboard power supply and CPU fan power supply are to be connected. If the cabinet cooling FAN is required than it is to be screwed at the back end grill of the cabinet and its power connector is to be connected from SMPS.
Install the CD/DVD drives at the top front end of the cabinet and screw it. Install the Hard disk drive and floppy disk drive below CD/DVD drive and screw it. Make sure once screwed there is no vibration in either of the CD/DVD, Hard disk or Floppy disk drives.
Now select the appropriate data cable and connect one end of the cable to its drive socket and other end at its appropriate connector on motherboard. For SATA hard disk drive or CD/DVD drives use SATA cable and its power cable, else use IDE data cable. Do the proper jumper settings as per the usage requirement. It is time now to mount the memory modules on the motherboard by aligning the RAM to its socket on motherboard and press it downward. Make sure the side tab are fixed into the RAM notch. If not you may still have to press a bit.
Install the internal cards to its socket and attach the cables or power cable to it. The selection of right socket or slot is required as per the type of socket.
Cover the tower by placing the it and pressing towards front side and screw it. Connect the external devices with CPU at its appropriate socket. It includes mouse and keyboard at PS2 or USB connectors. Monitor at the video output socket. Connect the power cable to the back of tower in SMPS. Plug in the power cable to electric board.
1.2.STATEMENT OF PROBLEM:
This study came to be because the researcher came to discover that they are not much material if not completely on practical procedures of assembling computing device which for this study is the internal component of a computer device. Whit this reasons, they have been among the students lack of knowledge about the assembling of computing device even to the young engineers and technicians. For this reason much is spent on hiring personnel to assemble a computing device.
1.3.AIMS AND OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY:
The researcher hereby sets the following as the aims and objective of this study:
1.To successfully create a project that will function as a manual towards the assembling of computing device.
2.To create a guide like manual that will assist engineers, technicians as well as lay men in their attempt to understand what is involved in computing device assembling.
3.To quickly bring about a correction to the mistake made in the past by technicians and engineers as well in their attempt to assemble a computing device.
4.To minimize or curtail the amount spent by computing device users in hiring the services of personnel to assemble their computing device.
5.To create awareness in the opportunities involved in being a computing device assemble personnel.