Hello experts! It's not easy to write a report on this, as I'm not even sure what's the main problem. But there's at least three problems I can mention:
I got a new computer yesterday, which I was supposed to assemble on my own. It's my first time doing this. It's a PC and I plan to install Windows 95 when I get the CD-ROM or CD-RW to work.
1. The housing has no ON/OFF switch on the backside, so I have not yet found a way to turn the machine off. And suprisingly, it doesn't help to press the power button on the front panel!
So, I have to pull out the cord to turn it off. Just like a Mac...
2. The harddisk (HDD) is found by the BIOS (Award), and if I change boot sequence to C, it tries to read from the HDD (even repeatedly for each time I press Enter). But I can't reach the C drive in any way. I've tested with a boot diskette, but it says that C is not a valid drive.
3. Without the C drive I can't boot or install Windows from the CD-ROM, can I?