A+ Guide to Hardware: Managing, Maintaining, and Troubleshooting

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Course Technology, 2002 - Computer input-output equipment - 671 pages
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New from best-selling author, Jean Andrews, this text is designed to be the most through, step-by-step book for learning the fundamentals of supporting and troubleshooting computer hardware. This book maps to CompTIAÂ's current A+ core exam. FEATURES: • Includes coverage on P4 motherboards, notebooks, printers, PDAs, wireless devices, and network technology and devices. • Maps completely to CompTIAÂ's A+ Core certification exam. • CoursePrep® A+ test preparation software mimics the exam environment and is included on CD. • A+ certification icon highlights all of the material related to the exams, so you can pay close attention to the pertinent information. • A+ Table of Contents provides quick reference to all of A+ material. • Includes extensive pedagogical features, including review questions, and numerous hands-on exercises.

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Contents

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OBJECTIVES CHAPTERS PAGE NUMBERS
10
How a CPU Works and Communicates with Other Devices
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About the author (2002)

Andrews is the lead analyst for Bell South in the design & construction of client, server & remote access systems for financial data pocessing

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