A+ Complete Exam Notes
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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Domain 1 0 Installation Configuration
Domain 2 0 Diagnosing and Troubleshooting
Domain 3 0 Preventive Maintenance
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A+ exam allows applications backup basic BIOS boot cable cache CD-ROM chip CMOS commands components CompTIA configuration connection connector controller corona create default Desktop device drivers devices dows error Exam Essentials expansion cards Figure floppy disk folder function fuser hard disk hard drive hardware icon install interface Internet keyboard laser printers layer load machine manage memory menu Microsoft modem monitor motherboard MS-DOS NTLDR operating system option OSI model paper partition password PC card Pentium port power supply problems processor protocol reboot Registry replace require roller Safe Mode screen SCSI server Setup share simply slots specific system files TCP/IP technician tion toner cartridge topology troubleshooting upgrade utility voltage Windows 3.x Windows 9x Windows NT Wizard workstation