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Let us start with a basic reminder that a computer is, first and foremost, a set of hardware elements. There is generally a main board (known as the <emphasis>motherboard</emphasis>), with one (or more) processor(s), some RAM, device controllers, and extension slots for option boards (for other device controllers). Most noteworthy among these controllers are IDE (Parallel ATA), SCSI and Serial ATA, for connecting to storage devices such as hard disks. Other controllers include USB, which is able to host a great variety of devices (ranging from webcams to thermometers, from keyboards to home automation systems) and IEEE 1394 (Firewire). These controllers often allow connecting several devices so the complete subsystem handled by a controller is therefore usually known as a “bus”. Option boards include graphics cards (into which monitor screens will be plugged), sound cards, network interface cards, and so on. Some main boards are pre-built with these features, and don't need option boards.
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<emphasis>IN PRACTICE</emphasis> Checking that the hardware works
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Checking that a piece of hardware works can be tricky. On the other hand, proving that it doesn't work is sometimes quite simple.
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