Some other useful resources besides books, computers, or equipment I would recommend are applications and subscriptions. Look into buying a 3D atlas that has a range of motion included. I personally found Complete Anatomy to be the best (they have 50% sales every now and then)! If you are using a tablet, make sure it can handle the application or it will be very slow. I wish I had this sooner because it shows all the range of motions for every muscle, nerve, etc.
Sketchy Medical has been my go-to for pharmacology and microbiology. They come up with fun sketches with stories behind the topic and it makes it easier to recall the drug, mechanism of action, adverse drug reactions, etc. I find this one of the most used resources for pharmacology, because it is fun, easy, and sticks with me for a very long time. Sketchy Medical does have pathology, but I did not find it as helpful as pharmacology or microbiology.
Another application I commonly use is Quizlet. Quizlet is a very easy way to test yourself on the material without handwriting every flashcard and then losing them eventually. You can have the app on your computer or phone and take it everywhere. Many individuals will share the decks they made. Another flashcard app is Anki, but I personally do not use it anymore. It uses a spaced repetition algorithm to create long-term memory, but unfortunately, our tests are 2 weeks apart and there is not enough time for me to create the deck and study it effectively.
There are countless other resources out there, but try to limit the resources you use since you more than likely will feel overwhelmed if you try to use every resource you hear about. Do what works for you and ignore the rest.