The Aptiva 2139 is a home desktop that came standard with the Windows 98 operating system. Depending on the specific hardware that came with the system, you can make your own memory and hard drive upgrades. You’ll have to take out the metal box that surrounds the interior to be able to complete upgrades, a task that takes a few moments. Things You’ll Need
Show More Instructions
Quit all applications you are running. Turn off the computer and disconnect it from the power source.
Remove all wires and cables from the tower.
Touch an unpainted piece of metal to remove static electricity from your body and clothing. Static electricity can damage hardware.
Place the tower on a table. Lift the lever to expose the two screws. The handle is located at the upper front end of the tower. Loosen the screws and remove them from the tower.
Slide the metal cover toward yourself and out of the computer’s inner frame.
· The evolution of storage devices
· How to record Axxo Filmes
· How do I recover data from a portable drive…
· How to download a computer to a card …
· How to Import a Mini DVD to Your Computer
· How to Open a FreeAgent Drive Box
· How to Buy a Refurbished Hard Drive
· How to use a CD burner
· The easiest way to rip a DVD
· What is the Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL)
· Components of a computer hard disk drive
· The best way to flash BIOS
· Connecting an Additional Display to an iMac
· How to change a logical partition to primary
· How to Make a Bootable External HDD
· How MacBook Lock Works
· How to reset a CD disk
· How to make colorful iBooks
· How to Overclock the 1.60GHz Centrino Duo CPU
· How to convert FLV to MP4 on Mac