Show the case IBM Model 33 Pentium 100:
(Make sure the machine is unplugged)
Show how to
open the case (catch on the bottom).
Slide the case
off toward the front.
Note: When putting the case back on
watch the rails the top slides on.
Show that there is nothing inside
the case that will harm you
Show the following
Hard Drive (3 gig - IDE type)
Floppy Drive (1.44 meg)
Cd-Rom (40x - ide type
Memory Chips (32 meg)
Processor (100 Pentium)
Modem (56k )
Show the class the location of the Cd-Rom.
Show the following
Screws holding the drive in the machine.
cable. ( note:
the connector has rounded edges
The red strip is toward the power
Sound Cable (Note
the color of the
Slide the drive out of the machine. Show it to the class.
Have one of the students re-assemble the drive in the machine.
Note: When putting everything back together it should go on easily, if not, stop.
Something is wrong. Correct the problem and start that step again.
Place the top back on the machine watching how the top is placed on the rails.
Be careful it is very easy to get the top on the rails crooked.
Watch out for the plastic round tabs on the top rail they will catch the top,
preventing it from going on easily
the keyboard, mouse, monitor, CPU power cord, and speakers
Connect the monitor power cord to the monitor.
Connect the speaker power cord to the speakers.
When everything is connected. Turn on the machine.
While it is booting, explain the following:
Startup Disk and why we use it.
DOS verses Windows
The Computer Buddies Image.
Show the Computer Buddies Image CD.
The Ghost program.
Is on the root directory of the CD
of the hard drive at the time
will restore the computer to proper
don’t mind if the parents or the
to be given away.
When windows-98 finishes loading:
Click on Start,
Double Click: Add/Remove Programs.
Click on: The Startup Disk Tab
The create disk window.
asked to do so, place a floppy
When done, remove the disk.
Explain the startup configuration options:
start from a hard drive, bypasses the
start from a floppy.
F1 when the boot process asks you to
down to the startup options part of the
Boot Device - from Hard Drive to
Arrow down to save options. Press enter.
Arrow down to exit the menu. Press enter.
This should allow the machine to boot to a floppy in the A drive
Reboot the machine with the startup floppy in the A drive.
prompted, choose “Start computer with CD-Rom support”.
attention to the drive letter that is assigned to the CD-Rom
Change to the drive letter for the CD-Rom
Type GHOST and press enter
Do the following:
At the opening screen press enter
Highlight Local. Press enter
Highlight Disk. Press enter
Arrow down to From Image. Press enter
the TAB key until the CBIMAGE.GHO is
Choose the destination drive.
it says, “is this the one you want me to use?”
it asks “are you sure you want to do this?”
While the machine is Re-Imaging.
Go over the software on the Computer Buddies Software CD.
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