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If you plan on storing computer components for future use, you need to protect them from ESD, corrosion, and other damage (Although a direct strike from lightning would still toast them, other electrical hazards don t apply once components aren t connected)
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Even when your PC is not in use, heat, moisture, and dirt are still hazards Heat causes plastics to fade and become brittle, moisture encourages rust and corrosion, and dirt is, well, dirty For these reasons, PC components and peripherals should be stored indoors in a climate-controlled environment
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Take precautions to prevent electrical damage when storing PCs and components Always store PC equipment away from high-voltage devices, and never store batteries of any kind for long periods of time Old batteries leak or corrode, so if you are not planning on reusing them during their recommended lifetime, recycle them and purchase new ones as needed The safest way to store your components for future use and to protect them from ESD is in to put them in antistatic bags (discussed in the section Electrostatic Discharge Precautions and Procedures ) For the ultimate in component safety, store the components in their manufacturers original boxes and packaging That should be encouraging news to the packrats among you!
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The safest way to store components for future use is in their original packaging or in antistatic bags
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Moisture and PCs don t mix You must control moisture to keep rust and corrosion at bay and ensure that your components are still functional when you return them to service Silica-gel packets are available from electronics stores and shipping supply companies Place one or more small packets inside your component antistatic bags and inside your PC case Heed the manufacturers warnings when using this stuff! It is poisonous, so don t eat it, and don t get any in your eyes
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Electrostatic Discharge Precautions and Procedures
SD is one of the main enemies of your computer To maintain your computer and prolong the life of components, you need to learn about the effects of ESD and how to protect your computer from those effects A prime example of ESD is the small shock you receive when you walk across a carpeted floor and then touch a metal doorknob Zap! The small discharge doesn t cause any lasting damage to your body, but such a seemingly harmless shock will destroy computer components In fact, even discharges well below the level that you can feel can damage or destroy PC components
Types of ESD
The types of ESDs that affect computers can be placed into three broad categories: catastrophic damage, hidden damage, and gradual degradation
Catastrophic ESD Damage
Catastrophic ESD causes a computer component to fail immediately When catastrophic ESD occurs it will be obvious to you, because, in all likelihood, you will be the one who caused it! Picture the scenario described a couple of paragraphs ago with you walking across a carpeted floor Only this time, in place of the doorknob, picture an expensive RAID controller, video card, or hard disk full of vital data Are you concerned yet
Hidden ESD Damage
Dust buildup on PC components causes hidden ESD damage Over time, this buildup creates a small electrical charge This charge is not enough to cause obvious damage, and in most cases you will not even be aware that a problem exists
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until a component begins to behave erratically By that point, it is extremely difficult or impossible to pinpoint the original source of the problem Hidden ESD is a good reason to clean your computer regularly
ESD Degradation
ESD degradation occurs when the effects of ESD are cumulative This is caused by situations where low levels of ESD occur repeatedly Damage caused by ESD degradation is not immediately apparent in full force; instead, the effects gradually get more and more noticeable Like hidden ESD, degradation will cause your components to behave erratically, and it can make the original problem hard to recognize
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