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Motherboard: Upgrade Your PC Easily

You may think that if your PCs motherboard lacks the features you need, such as USB2 or PCI Express slots, then you have to upgrade your whole PC. This isnt the case, providing you can find a motherboard that will support your current CPU and RAM. All you have to do then is simply replace the existing motherboard and transfer the components across. Changing your computers motherboard, whether as part of an upgrade or to replace a broken component, is not a task which should be undertaken lightly. There are numerous ways in which the process can seem to be more complicated than necessary, but by following the simple steps in this article you can be sure that your new motherboard will be up and running as quickly as possible.

Category: Hardware
Issue: 2008 Issue 4 June/July
Operating Systems: XP, Vista
Article Reference: M21

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