A+ Complete Lab Manual
A+ is a vendor-neutral certification for PC service technicians. The A+ program is developed by the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA), which is supported by major computer hardware and software vendors, distributors, resellers, and publications. To become certified, a candidate must pass two modules: the Core module (which covers hardware and essential concepts) and the DOS/Windows module (which covers DOS, Windows 3.1x, and Windows 95).
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Windows 95 Start Up Shut Down and Tour
Computer Port Identification
Create a DOS Utility Disk
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95 Startup Disk A+ Complete Study anti-static AUTOEXEC.BAT AUTOEXEC.BAT file BIOS Boot the computer boot to drive CD-ROM drive Click CMOS setup command COMMAND.COM Complete Study Guide CONFIG.SYS file configured connector Control Panel Create David Groth Defrag Delete Device Manager double-click drive bay drive letter driver disk expansion card FDISK floppy disk floppy drive following sequence hard drive hard drive jumper hard drive partition Hardware Needed I/O addresses icon IDE hard drive IRQ conflict jumpers or switches jumpers set LAB REPORT DATE left-click OK low level format memory menu motherboard MS-DOS MSCDEX.EXE network card Objectives Upon completion operating system printer driver prompt re-boot the computer Remove REPORT DATE NAME rescue disk ribbon cable SCANDISK screen Select option shortcut Shut Software Needed sound card Suggested Reading Chapter Sybex ULTRA DMA utility disk VIRUSCAN Windows 3.x Windows 95 Desktop Windows 95 installation Windows 95 Startup Windows 95 system Windows directory