You know what’s great?
Getting your computer back.
That’s right, your old gaming machine is yours for a new life.
That doesn’t mean you can’t get one for free, though.
Here’s how to get a free gaming machine or console.
Buy your old computer or laptop 1.1 How to buy a new computer or a gaming console1.2 How to upgrade your computer to a new one1.3 How to get your computer and console back online1.4 What you need to know about computer upgrades1.5 Why you need a replacement monitor1.6 How to clean your computer1.7 How to make your computer work again1.8 How to replace a battery that died1.9 How to repair a broken motherboard1.10 How to turn your computer into a video game console1,11 How to install a new game controller1.12 How to use a new gaming headset1.13 How to stream your favorite video games1.14 How to change your computer’s settings and make it more powerful1.15 How to update your operating system and other software1.16 How to swap out the hard drive2.
How to choose the right computer2.1 What you should know about hard drives2.2 What to do if your hard drive is no longer usable2.3 What to buy with the hard drives you have2.4 How to check that your hard drives are free of viruses3.
How long you should keep your hard disks3.1 Tips on choosing a good hard drive3.2 Which hard drives to buy and what to expect when you buy them3.3 Why you shouldn’t buy hard drives that don’t meet consumer standards3.4 Why you can only upgrade to a hard drive with a brand-new chip, like Intel’s 3D XPoint, which costs $50.3.5 How to find out if a hard disk is compatible with your hard disk drive4.
How do I get a hard-drive replacement4.1 Do you need help with buying a harddrive4.2 Is it possible to buy the harddrive you want without buying the hard-disk drive?4.3 Does your hard-drives have an operating system, such as Windows or Linux?4,4 How do you install new software4.5 Which operating systems are supported by your harddrive?5.
How many hard drives can you fit in your computer?6.
What’s the difference between hard drives and SSDs?7.
How much data is on your hard discs?8.
How fast can hard drives be transferred?9.
What happens when a hard disc goes bad?10.
How can I get rid of my hard drive?11.
What if I want to get rid and get a new hard drive for less money?12.
How hard is it to find a replacement hard drive in the first place?