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The bestselling full-color computer repair textbookfully updated for the 2012 revision to CompTIA A+ certification exams 220-801 and 220-802 Mike Meyers' CompTIA A+ Guide to Managing and Troubleshooting PCs, Fourth Editionis the most effective classroom-based test preparation package available for schools, praised by many for its conversational style and real-world applicability. The full-color textbook design is well illustrated with photographs and diagrams, and has an interactive design. Chapter learning objectives cover the 2012 CompTIA A+ exam objectives, and a map with page references is included. The book features sidebar questions, critical skill-building activities, step-by-step instruction, and end-of-chapter review and assessment. The student CD-ROM provides a self-assessment engine with four complete practice exams, an "Introduction to A+" video by Mike Meyers, more than one hour of LearnKey video presentation featuring Mike Meyers, and tools and utilities for students to use in labs or on the job. Mike Meyers' CompTIA A+ Guide to Managing and Troubleshooting PCs, Fourth Editionis CompTIA Approved: chapter objectives align with CompTIA Approved Quality Content (CAQC) standards. McGraw-Hill is a CompTIA Authorized Partner Program (CAPP) Gold Partner.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: The Path of the PC Tech Chapter 2: Operational Procedures Chapter 3: The Visible PC Chapter 4: Visible Windows Chapter 5: The Visible Network Chapter 6: Microprocessors Chapter 7: RAM Chapter 8: BIOS Chapter 9: Motherboards Chapter 10: Power Supplies Chapter 11: Hard Drives Technologies Chapter 12: Implementing Hard Drives Chapter 13: Removable Media Chapter 14: Installing Windows Chapter 15: Windows Under the Hood Chapter 16: NTFS, Users and Groups Chapter 17: Maintaining Windows Chapter 18: Command Line Interface Chapter 19: Troubleshooting Windows Chapter 20: Input Devices Chapter 21: Video Chapter 22: Local Area Networking Chapter 23: Wireless Networking Chapter 24: The Internet Chapter 25: Multimedia Chapter 26: Portable Computing Chapter 27: Printers Chapter 28: Securing Computers Chapter 29: Virtualization Chapter 30: The Right PC for You Chapter 31: The Complete PC Tech Appendices Appendix A: Mapping to the CompTIA A+ Objectives Appendix B: About the CD Glossary