* Maximum price estimate. The final price will be set with your Mila Friend.
Your new PC is already connected but the hardware installation is a headache? Our Mila service partners are professionals in this field.
Duration: 45 Minutes
Service provided by a Mila Friend.**
Changing one of the following hardware components: graphic card, RAM memory or hard disc at computer.
Note: Please provide the brand and product name of the components in the description field.
This service package does not include data backup, transfer and/or software installation.
**Mila Friends are technically skilled private and independently working persons who help people in their neighborhood with technical issues.
Webcams are usually connected to a PC via a USB. The driver is installed automatically when you're connected to the internet. Then follow the instructions of the installation file on the screen.
The operating system only shuts down completely after the individual components have saved all changes or saved their work and shut down.
The entire computer is hardware. This includes, for example, the housing and the power adaptor which supplies all parts with electricity. All important parts are installed on the motherboard including the processor, RAM, graphics card, HDD or SSD, sound card and network card.
The hardware follows the commands and routines that are included in the software and prompted by the user.
Windows has the command "msinfo32" on board. To access it, press the Windows key + "R" at the same time. A box labelled "Run" opens. Now type in "msinfo32" and press enter. The system information opens which provides you with all the information about the operating system and hardware.
There are other freeware programs that you have to download before you can run them.
For example, these include programs like "HWiNFO64", "AIDA 64" or "CPU-Z".
If you have a lot of PC experience, are well acquainted with the current state of hardware development and are knowledgeable about the myriad of providers, you can assemble a very good computer. With appropriate research, you can even save money compared to ready-made devices.
This myth has persisted since the first virus: no, a virus can't damage hardware.