A+ KSO PC Repair and Maintenance Exam Prep

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Certification Insider Press, 1998 - Electronic data processing - 1088 pages
"A+ Exam Prep" covers all topics needed to pass the A+ Core and DOS/Windows modules: the system board, diskette drives and other devices, hard drive installation and support, system customization, memory, supporting Windows 3x, Windows 95, Windows NT, multimedia devices, networking fundamentals, client/server architecture, hardware and software maintenance, and new technology. Certification Insider Press developed "A+ Exam Prep" to help technicians and networking professionals gain knowledge that directly applies to their jobs and to the A+ exam.A comprehensive study guide for both hardware and software technologies that are non-vendor specific and includes coverage of the general "core" concepts module, DOS/Windows module, plus key Macintosh topics, and printer and monitor topics.Features real-world examples, interactive activities, and over 100 hands-on projects that reinforce key concepts and help prepare for the exam.Content developed by Course Technology, a publisher specializing in technical content development for adult education.Presents a unique content and study approach.Two interactive practice exams that feature questions arranged in a similar format to the ones found on the exam, allowing readers to test their skills and help build confidence before taking the actual certification exam.

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CHAPTER ONE How Computers Work An Overview
CHAPTER TWO How Software and Hardware Work Together
CHAPTER THREE The Systemboard

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About the author (1998)

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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