Contrary to Star Trek and other TV shows, it's really hard to make a computer do that. You can't do it with any program you write.
So, don't worry about breaking something while you're learning to write a computer program.
The picture is a view of an exploded computer, not an exploded view of a computer.
The order of words matters in English. The order matters even more for computers. Most of the programming errors you'll make will be the result of mispeling a word, typing a comma instead of a period, leaving out a space, or something like that.
At first, it will be hard to see these errors. You aren't used to having to look for this kind of mistake. It will get easier with practice. Just like it gets easier to see misspelled words in English the more you read and write, it will get easier to see the programming mistakes as you write more computer programs.
The next page will look at an exploded view of a computer.