All of the parts now set-up and working, the final part was to put it all together. This revealed one snag. The back panel could not be fitted as intended due to the motherboard being placed at an angle. Again, to resolve this a couple of metal spacers were placed in.
To finish it all of, a real OS was loaded on, Linux (Fedora Core 2), straight from a boot-able DVD-ROM, which actually required another boot up disk as this version of Linux has some minor bugs that will not allow it to be loaded from the DVD. However it is now all installed and set-up. After many hours I finally got the Network adapter up and running. I had to install drivers from Windows using the NDIS Wrapper Project.