A+ Complete Exam Notes

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SYBEX, Jan 1, 2001 - Computers - 551 pages
This is a practical review guide to A+, the programme which certifies the competency of service technicians in the computer industry. The programme is developed by 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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Contents

Domain 1 0 Installation Configuration
7
Domain 2 0 Diagnosing and Troubleshooting
79
Domain 3 0 Preventive Maintenance
109
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About the author (2001)

David Groth, CNE, MCP, is President and Chief Consultant of Devarim, Inc., located in Fargo, North Dakota. His other books include "Network+ Study Guide" and "A+ Complete Study Guide," both published by Sybex(TM).

Jim McBee, MCSE+Internet and MCT, is a consultant and trainer based in Honolulu, Hawaii. He specializes in Windows NT and Exchange Server. Jim is the author of "Exchange Server 5.5 24seven," and he contributed to "Mastering NetWare 5,

Newland, and MCT and MCSE, has worked as a consultant, trainer, and engineer, specializing in Microsoft, Novell, and Unix.

Halpin has been a Network Support Technician/Engineer since 1995. He is employed by Micro Computer Solutions.

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