Transporting your PC during relocation

Today, computers are an integral part of our lives. We use them every day for many different kinds of things. From entertainment and games to arts and work, the computer has become one of the main items we have in our households. Even this article has been written on a computer, and you are probably reading this article from your dearest machine. Also, more and more people are moving regularly. And that means that they have to transport and move their beloved computers to another location. If you have a laptop, that is easy and obvious. You just take the laptop and separate the charger and a mouse from it. But when it comes to PC, the matter is a little bit more complicated. There are many more parts, and there is a higher chance that something will go wrong. So, transporting your PC to another relocation. Let’s begin!

Transporting your PC.

Transporting your PC is harder than transporting a laptop.

Before you take it apart, turn off everything

You want to move your PC like a piece of art. The first step is to take apart the components from your PC. First, you need to turn off your computer. This may sound obvious, but many people (and you will be surprised just how many people), pull the power cord without turning off their PC. This is why it is of utmost importance to turn off the computer. Next, you need to turn off the power button on your PC. It is usually located on the back of the PC next to the slot for the power cord. Turn that button off.

Turn off your computer screen before you move your PC. Transporting your PC should be safe.

Next, you have to turn off your computer screen properly. Button for that is usually located on the bottom right side of your computer screen. After that, you need to turn off your audio system. When all of that is done, you have to take apart your PC.

How to remove components from your PC?

This is quite simple. First, remove the power cord from the back of your pc. Do that for your computer screen, and your audio system. After that, you need to remove the mouse and keyboard from the system. Your keyboard and mouse cables are probably connected with the back of your PC. Simply follow the cables and locate the point where they are connected. Grab the little head, and pull it gently. The same procedure goes for removing your audio system. Simply follow the chord, and remove it. That also works for printers and other components. If your device is screwed to your PC, simply unscrew it. Most of the times you can do it with your fingers. And get your supplies!

Packing process

It would be best to pack your PC into an original package. If you don’t have that, buy a sturdy box. Fill the box with some kind of protective material. Plastic beads are best for that. After that, you need to pack your PC first into that box and put its power cord in the same box. Use another box for your computer screen, and pack its power cord. Do the same for your printer and other components. Use another box for your keyboard, mouse, camera. Put plastic beads into that box also. If you don’t have sturdy boxes, you can always ask¬†margaretsmoving.com for help or advice!

Good luck!