A+ certification exam guide

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McGraw-Hill, 1998 - Computers - 843 pages
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If you are or are planning to become a professional computer technician, chances are you will be required to pass the A+ Certification Exam developed by CompTia. Most major computer manufactures and resellers including CompUSA, Packard Bell, Intel, Hewlett Packard, Apple, Compaq, and Microsoft now require all of their service employees to be A+ certified. As a result, the number of applicants taking the exam has grown from 2,000 in the last half of 1993 when the test was first offered to more than 35,000 in 1996. In the first quarter of 1998, CompTIA will be revising the test. This revision will cover the new test.
-- Heavily illustrated with tons of pictures and examples.
-- Hundreds of sample questions provided in the book and on the CD-ROM.
-- Follows a unique, more practical system approach to teaching the concepts as well as preparing for the exam.
-- Updated to reflect the most current A+ revision.

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Contents

CPU
2
Power Supply
13
CDROM Drive
22
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Mike Meyers, CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+, is the industry's leading authority on CompTIA A+ certification. He is the president and founder of Total Seminars, LLC, a major provider of PC and network repair seminars for thousands of organizations throughout the world such as IBM, Lucent Technologies, Canon, Dupont, GE, among many others, and government clients such as the FBI, FAA, and the United Nations. Mike's "CompTIA A+ All-in-One Exam Guide" has been the bestselling A+ certification book on the market since its initial printing in July 1998, and his "CompTIA Network+ All-in-One Exam Guide", now in its Second Edition, is also one of the industry's top-selling certification books. Total Seminars is a member of CompTIA.