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Table Of Contents  How to Build Your Own PC - Save A Buck And Learn A Lot
 9  Chapter 9: Installing Windows XP

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Naming the Computer and Setting the Date and Time

You’ll be asked to name your computer (Figure 144). Computer names are useful if your computer is on a network. We named our PC “ASUS.” Another screen appears asking for date and time settings (Figure 145).


Figure 144: Naming the PC

Like a proud new parent, you can name your PC. The name will identify the PC on a network.

 



Figure 145: Date and time settings

 



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