Static wristbands are very simple devices. Get some alunimum foil (or other conductive material, and some wire. Secure the wire (with a stripped end of course) to the foil and secure the foil to your wrist. Then take the other end of the wire and do the following:
1.)on an outlet, back out the faceplate screw a little
2.)strip the other end of the wire, and wrap the conductor around this screw a couple of times, taking care to avoid putting it in any of the 120V sockets
3.) screw it back in, and go to work
Other helpful tips:
>If you dont want to go through that hassle, touch that screw before touching anythign else, and touch it periodically while you work
>Work on a bare wooden floor in bare feet in a T-shirt (clothing can build up charge)
BUT: DO NOT do any of this unless osmeone else verifies it. I am not responsible for anything I said here (ie use at your own risk)
Also if you have another computer, touching the PSU will ground you out as well.
EDIT: and wash and thoughly dry your hands. Just a common precaution I would take against "foreign contamination"
AGP won\'t fit in PCI-E... unless you use a really good hammer. ~Trotter