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PCBUILD was founded in 1991.
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- Building a new computer
- Repairing an existing computer
- Upgrading an existing computer
- Jumper settings for a
- Add Ram memory
- Installing a video card
- Installing a network card (NIC)
- A floppy drive that will not
read a disk
- A Hard drive loses the ability
- MS DOS
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- Unix / Linux
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