A+ Guide to Software: Managing, Maintaining, and Troubleshooting
A+ Guide to Computer Software: Managing, Maintaining, and Troubleshooting, Second Edition has been thoroughly updated for today's technology and is written by an instructor expressly for the classroom. This text is designed to be the most complete, step-by-step book available for learning the fundamentals of supporting and troubleshooting computer software. This guide maps fully to the 2003 A+ OS Technologies certification exam.
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Introducing and Comparing Operating Systems
A+ Operating System Technologies Examination Objectives
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32-bit drivers application software assigned Autoexec.bat backup BIOS boot process boot record bytes CD-ROM drive chapter cluster command line command prompt Command.com components Config.sys configuration connection Control Panel copy create default desktop device drivers Device Manager dialog box displayed FF FF FF Figure file system filename floppy disk folder format hard drive hardware devices icon install Windows interface Internet Io.sys IP address Linux loaded logical drive memory addresses Microsoft motherboard MS-DOS Msdos.sys NTFS operating system option partition password Plug and Play port printer problem protected mode protocol real mode reboot registry root directory safe mode ScanDisk screen sector server Setup startup disk stored system files System.ini Table TCP/IP troubleshooting update upgrade upper memory utility versions of Windows virtual memory virus Windows 3.x Windows 9x Windows NT Windows XP Wizard