[Wolves] PC suppliers

Wayne Morris wayne at machx.co.uk
Thu Mar 16 17:13:08 GMT 2006

Kevanf1 wrote:

>Two things...check the CPU is seated correctly and check the RAM is
>seated correctly.  If it doesn't work after that then this is where
>the ready built comes into its own.  Sometimes a self built PC does
>not work properly first time...or second time...etc.  What resources
>do you have to hand to test different parts?  Very few I would guess. 
>Whereas a manufacturer will simply swap out the RAM or the CPU with
>another out of the box.  IF it works then great (it will 99% of the
>time).  If you get hassles then there is always Trading Standards. 
>Now, what are you going to say to Trading Standards if you built it
>I am only human, please forgive me if I make a mistake it is not deliberate.
>Xmas may be over but,  PLEASE DON'T drink and drive you'll make it to
>the next one that way.
>Kevan Farmer
>Linux user #373362
Never would have beleived it, but it WAS the usb mouse, without it 
plugged in, it switches off.
With it out until you get the gui up, everything it fine.
God knows why , but there you go!

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