CompTIA A+ Certification 901. The Total Course

CompTIA A+ Certification 901. The Total Course

Welcome to the CompTIA A+ Certification 901.

This is the first of a two course arrangement for CompTIA A+ and is intended to set you up to take and pass the CompTIA A+ 220-901 test. To turn out to be completely A+ confirmed you should pass both the 220-901 and 220-902 tests. This course is more than 14 hours long containing more than 120 video addresses. The main objective of the course is to make you a decent PC Tech and in the process ensure you are prepared to breeze through the CompTIA 901 test.

The course covers all the CompTIA A+ 220-901 Objective Domains:

  • Hardware: 34%
  • Networking: 21%
  • Mobile Devices: 17%
  • Hardware & Networking Troubleshooting: 28%

Topics include how to:

  • Work with CPU, RAM, BIOS, motherboards, power supplies, and other PC components
  • Install, configure, and maintain hard drives
  • Manage input devices and removable media
  • Troubleshoot and fix common PC problems
  • Install video and multimedia cards
  • Work with smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices
  • Install and configure wired and wireless networks
  • Connect to the Internet
  • Install, configure, and manage printers and other peripherals

Chapter 1: Path of the PC Tech

1
01 – What is the CompTIA A+
2
02 – How to Pass the A+ Exams
3
03 – What is on the A+ 220-901 Exam
4
04 – Why Get A+ Certified

Chapter 2: The Visible Computer

1
01 – How Computers Work
2
02 – Primary PC Components
3
03 – External Connections
4
04 – Inside the PC

Chapter 3: Microprocessors

1
01 – What is a CPU?
2
02 – CPU Speeds and Cores
3
03 – CPU Caches
4
04 – 32-bit vs. 64-bit processing
5
05 – CPU Extensions
6
06 – CPU Sockets
7
07 – Installing a CPU
8
08 – Cooling Your PC
9
09 – Liquid Cooling

Chapter 4: Ram

1
01 – RAM Sticks and Speeds
2
02 – RAM Capacity
3
03 – Other Types of RAM
4
04 – Installing RAM
5
05 – Troubleshooting RAM

Chapter 6: BIOS

1
01 – What is the BIOS
2
02 – POST
3
03 – System Setup
4
04 – Troubleshooting BIOS

Chapter 6: Motherboards

1
01 – Form Factors
2
02 – Chipsets
3
03 – ATX and ITX Motherboards
4
04 – The Expansion Bus
5
05 – Touring the Motherboard
6
06 – Installing a Motherboard

Chapter 7: Power Supplies

1
01 – Electricity Basics
2
02 – The Power Supply
3
03 – Niche Power Supplies and Features
4
04 – Choosing a Power Supply
5
05 – Troubleshooting Power Supplies

Chapter 8: Hard Drive Technologies

1
01 – Hard Drives
2
02 – Solid State Drives
3
03 – Hard Drive Overview
4
04 – RAID
5
05 – Hardware RAID
6
06 – Setting the Boot Order

Chapter 9: Implementing Hard Drives

1
01 – Decimal and Binary Prefixes
2
02 – Implementing RAID
3
03 – Hard DriveTroubleshooting

Chapter 10: Essential Peripherals

1
01 – CD Media
2
02 – DVD Media 1
3
03 – Blu-ray Media
4
04 – Universal Serial Bus
5
05 – USB
6
06 – Flash Memory Overview
7
07 – Firewire and Other_Connections
8
08 – Keyboards and Mice
9
09 – Other Input Devices
10
10 – KVM Switches
11
11 -Cameras and Camcorders
12
12 – Webcams
13
13 – Installing PC Expansion Cards Part_1
14
14 – Installing PC Expansion Cards Part_2

Chapter 11: Building a PC

1
01 – The Right PC for You

Chapter 12: Display Technologies

1
01 – How Monitors Work
2
02 – Plasma And DLP
3
03 – VGA And DVI
4
04 – Other Video Connections
5
05 – Graphics Cards
6
06 – Projectors
7
07 – Using Multiple Monitors
8
08 – Troubleshooting Video

Chapter 13: Essentials of Networking

1
01 – Introduction to Networking
2
02 – Moving Data Over a Network
3
03 – Structured Cabling
4
04 – Patch Cables
5
05 – Fiber Optic and Coaxial Cabling
6
06 – Networking Tools

Chapter 14: Local Area Networking

1
01 – Introduction To TCPIP
2
02 – Network IDs_and Subnet Mask
3
03 – Dynamic IP Addressing
4
04 – NAT
5
05 – Special IP Addresses
6
06 – Ping and IPconfig
7
07 – TCP UDP and ICMP
8
08 – Port Numbers
9
09 – Working with Connections
10
10 – Understanding DNS
11
11 – Dealing with DNS
12
12 – Windows Naming
13
13 – Net Command
14
14 – Netdom Command
15
15 – Windows Name Resolution
16
16 – Routers
17
17 – Configuring Routers
18
18 – Advanced Router Configuration

Chapter 15: Wireless Networking

1
01 – Wireless Network Hardware
2
02 – WI-FI Standards
3
03 – Basic WAP Setup
4
04 – Wireless Encryption
5
05 – Connecting To A Wifi Network
6
06 – Wireless Problem Scenarios
7
07 – Troubleshooting Wireless Connections
8
08 – Bluetooth

Chapter 16: The Internet

1
01 – Internet Tiers
2
02 – Dial Up Connections
3
03 – Broadband Connections
4
04 – Wireless Internet Connections
5
05 – Internet Applications
6
06 – Telnet and SSH
7
07 – HTTP
8
08 – E-mail
9
09 – FTP
10
10 – Remote Desktop Connections
11
11 – File Sharing

Chapter 17: Portable Computing

1
01 – Laptop Types
2
02 – Laptop Expandibility
3
03 – Touring a Laptop
4
04 – Laptop Ports
5
05 – Proper Laptop Disassembly
6
06 – Power Management
7
07 – Troubleshooting Laptops

Chapter 18: What is a Mobile Device

1
01 – What is a Mobile Device ?
2
02 – Wired Mobile Connections

Chapter 19: Printers and Multifunction Devices

1
01 – Printer Technologies
2
02 – Printer Connections
3
03 – Maintaining Impact Printers
4
04 – Maintaining Inkjet Printers
5
05 – Maintaining Laser Printers
6
06 – Troubleshooting Print_Jobs

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