A+ Guide to Hardware: Managing, Maintaining, and Troubleshooting
A+ Guide to Computer Hardware is a brand new book in Jean Andrews' best-selling PC Repair series. The text is designed to be the most through, step-by-step book available for learning the fundamentals of supporting and troubleshooting computer hardware. The book also maps to CompTIA's current A+ Core Exam.
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How a CPU Works and Communicates with Other Devices
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A+CORE bits boot record bytes cache called CD-ROM drive chapter chip set CMOS CMOS setup command components configuration connection connector controller data cable data path desktop device drivers Device Manager DIMM DIP switches electrical error expansion cards expansion slot external Figure floppy disk floppy drive format hard drive hardware host adapter I/O addresses IDE drive installed Intel interface jumpers keyboard logical drive manufacturers memory addresses mode modem monitor motherboard mouse notebook parallel port partition PCI bus Pentium Pentium III pins power cord power supply printer problem processor RDRAM reboot RIMM screen SCSI devices SDRAM sectors serial port signal SIMMs Socket sound card SRAM standard startup system BIOS system bus Table tape drive troubleshooting UART upgrade video card voltage volts Windows 9x wire Zip drive