When customers receive our systems we like to make sure the unpacking and setup process is as smooth as possible. Because of this we include a physical guide with a brief set of instructions. For those in the digital world, we’ve decided to create an online guide.
Before each system is sent out for delivery the chassis is padded with protective materials as to avoid damage in transport and carry. Once the PC is removed from the main transport box locate the thumbscrews on the left-side panel of the chassis. Undo these to gain access to the internals of the system. Carefully remove the anti-static padding, being careful to avoid pulling on cables and connections. Place the left-side panel back on to the chassis and tighten-up the thumbscrews.
The motherboard is where external devices will be connected. These include speakers, headsets, keyboards, a mouse and external storage devices. As well as a LAN port for wired internet connections, display output connectors such as DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort are also accessible here for those without a dedicated graphics card.
The majority of our PCs will come with a dedicated graphics card. Display output connectors should be plugged in to the graphics card in order to ensure it is being used.
As an option, our systems are available with WiFi connectivity. Our Home and Office PCs come with it as standard and will require the included antennas to be installed to the rear of the system.
Included with our systems is a Kettle Lead. This should be plugged into the power supply and switched to the “On” position in order to use the PC.
Located to the right-side panel of the chassis is the Windows Operating System activation key. This requires the silver strip to be carefully scratched off, revealing the activation key.
Refer to the official Microsoft Windows 10 website for further information.
For more information on the set-up process of our systems visit the DinoPC website where you can find contact information and further help.