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A+ Essentials Part 2

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00: Course Introduction 4
01: Ins and Outs of A+ Certification 6
02: Driver and Video Adapters 32
03: Multimedia Devices 17
04: USB and Firewire 20
05: Firewire and ATA 25
06: Data Storage 27
07: Storage Devices 30
08: Video and Multimedia 32
09: Working with Printers 22
10: More Printers 22
11: Portable Computers 29
12: Networking 21
13: More Networking 32
14: Networking Computers 24
15: Safety 23
16: Course Summary & Evaluation 5
Course Survey
Total: 6 hours 11 minutes

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Description

A+ Essentials Part 2 online training covers the fundamentals of computer technology and the issues revolving around the PC world. Included in this part is a continuation of the exploration of basic computer terminology, the function of some of the more common components inside an average computer as well as common problems and how to troubleshoot them. Additionally, A+ Essentials Part 2 training will explore the role of networks and networking and how they extend the computer out to a larger community.

Prerequisites

  • Experience with the Windows operating system.
  • Hardware, Windows Server and remote networking experience preferred but not required.
  • Recommend taking A+ Essentials Part 1.

Objectives

As a result of taking this A+ online training, you will be able to:

  • Hardware types
  • Software options
  • Networking types
  • Form-factors
  • Multimedia types
  • Safety Practices

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Prerequisites

  • Experience with the Windows operating system.
  • Hardware, Windows Server and remote networking experience preferred but not required.
  • Recommend taking A+ Essentials Part 1.

A+ Essentials Part 2 Outline

Module 00: Course Introduction

Module 01: Ins and Outs of A+ Certification
• What is A+ Certification?
• How does this course fit in?
• What are the requirements to become certified?
• Helpful hints to prepare for certification

Module 02: Driver and Video Adapters
• Driver Interfaces
• Video Adapters & Card

Module 03: Multimedia Devices
• Driver Interfaces
• Video Adapters
• Modems

Module 04: USB and Firewire
• Serial and Parallel Ports, Cables, and Connectors
• PS/2 Ports, Cables, and Connectors
• USB Ports, Cables, and Connectors

Module 05: Firewire and ATA
• IEEE 1394 or FireWire/IEEE 1394
• Infrared and Bluetooth
• Multimedia Ports, Cables, and Connectors
• Troubleshooting

Module 06: Data Storage
• Hard Drives and Data Storage
• IDE vs SCSI

Module 07: Storage Devices
• DVD and CD
• Floppies

Module 08: Video and Multimedia
• CRT vs LCD
• Installing and troubleshoot CRT Displays
• Installing and troubleshoot LCD Displays
• Troubleshooting

Module 09: Working with Printers
• Dot Matrix Printers
• Ink Jet Printers

Module 10: More Printers
• Laser Printers
• Other Printers

Module 11: Portable Computers
• Notebook Components
• Handheld Computers

Module 12: Networking
• Wireless Network Connections
• Network Architectures

Module 13: More Networking
• Networking Components
• Wired vs Wireless

Module 14: Networking Computers
• OSI Model
• Network Addressing
• Technologies for Internet Connectivity

Module 15: Safety
• Safety Issues
• Avoiding Injury
• Disposal

Module 16: Course Summary
 

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Important Links

  • Course Survey
  • CompTIA A+ Certification Information

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Certification

A+ Essentials Part 2 is part of a two-course online training series that helps you prepare for CompTIA's A+ Essentials exam 220-701.

The latest version of CompTIA A+ is CompTIA A+ 2009 Edition. When you pass exam 220-701 you have completed one of the two required exams for certification. The second exam necessary is CompTIA A+ Practical Application, exam code 220-702.

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