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Computer Technician Training

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Training Operating System Technician Training : OS Fundamentals : Installation, Configuration and Upgrading : Diagnosing and Troubleshooting : Networks

Training Core Technician : Installation, Configuration and Upgrading :Diagnosing and Troubleshooting : Preventive Maintenance : Motherboard/Processors/Memory : Printers : Basic Networking

Operating System Technology: This set of videos will introduce you to aspects relating to the operating system technology. Our training provides you with the latest information to learn about becoming a PC technician. Expand your knowledge in core hardware and operating system technologies including installation, configuration, diagnosing, preventive maintenance and basic networking.
Core Technology: This set of videos will introduce you to aspects relating to the core technology Our training provides you with the latest information to learn about becoming a PC technician. Expand your knowledge in core hardware and operating system technologies including installation, configuration, diagnosing, preventive maintenance and basic networking.

Terminology (11:24)
Basic terms, concepts, and functions of system modules

Components (14:44)
Distinguish between the popular CPU chips in terms of their basic characteristics. The purpose of CMOS (Complementary Metal-Oxide Semiconductor), what it contains and how to change its basic parameters.

Ports (12:10)
Common peripheral ports, associated cabling, and their connectors.
Proper procedures for installing and configuring IDE/EIDE devices.
Proper procedures for installing and configuring SCSI devices.
Proper procedures for installing and configuring peripheral devices.
Hardware methods of upgrading system performance, procedures for replacing basic subsystem components, unique components and when to use them.

Modems & Drives (14:29)
Modem and Drive function and operations. How Drives work different drives and media.

Boot Process (12:19)
Installation, Configuration, and Upgrading Basic terms, concepts, and functions of system modules, including how each module should work during normal operation and during the boot process. Basic procedures for adding and removing field replaceable modules for both desktop and portable systems.

IRQ DMA I/O (6:57)
Available IRQ's, DMA's, and I/O addresses and procedures for device installation and configuration.

PC Maintenance (12:02)
Common symptoms and problems associated with each module and how to troubleshoot and isolate the problems. Basic troubleshooting procedures and how to elicit problem symptoms from customers. Purpose of various types of preventive maintenance products and procedures and when to use them. Issues, procedures and devices for protection within the computing environment, including people, hardware and the surrounding workspace

CPU Memory (14:08)
Categories of RAM (Random Access Memory) terminology, their locations, and physical characteristics. The most popular type of motherboards, their components, and their architecture (bus structures and power supplies)

Printers Troubleshooting (6:42)
Basic concepts, printer operations and printer components.
Care and service techniques and common problems with primary printer types.

Networks Networking (19:43)
Basic networking concepts, including how a network works and the ramifications of repairs on the network.

OS DOS Operating Systems (33:56)
Fundamentals of DOS The operating system’s functions, structure, and major system files to navigate the operating system and how to get to needed technical information.

Windows Operating Systems (15:16)
Fundamentals of Operating Systems. Basic concepts and procedures for creating, viewing and managing files, directories and disks. This includes procedures for changing file attributes and the ramifications of those changes.

System Tools (16:45)
Operating systems tools and resources.

OS DOS Operating Systems (33:56)
Fundamentals of DOS The operating system’s functions, structure, and major system files to navigate the operating system and how to get to needed technical information.

Windows Operating Systems (15:16) Fundamentals of Operating Systems. Basic concepts and procedures for creating, viewing and managing files, directories and disks. This includes procedures for changing file attributes and the ramifications of those changes. Windows 9x

Operating systems tools and resources. Windows 2000 (18:42)
Configuration of operating system. System set up and resource fundamentals.

Keyboard Shortcuts (18:20) Keyboard and windows shortcut keys.

Windows Explorer (32:31) Major Operating System components File and folder set up. Tools a options folder view options. Configuration of settings Properties settings and windows environment set up.

Windows Explorer (16:34) Major Operating System components File and folder set up. Tools a options folder view options. Configuration of settings

Control Panel (36:05) Accessibility Options add/remove hardware and software. Date and time. Fonts installation. Keyboard options, mouse options, networks connections. Regional and Language options. Scheduled tasks, sounds and audio devices. System tools and task bar and start menu.

System Tools (25:00) Operating systems tools and resources Mapping networks drive. Scheduling of tasks and maintained. Disk clean up, disk de fragmentation system information Diagnostic tools file checker Dr watson system information Add/Remove Programs properties.

Working with Windows 2000 (46:38) The procedures for installing Windows 2000 for bringing the software to a basic operational level. Steps to perform an operating system upgrade. The basic system boot sequences and boot methods, including the steps to create an emergency boot disk with utilities installed for Windows 9x, Windows NT, and Windows 2000. Procedures for loading/adding and configuring application device drivers, and the necessary software for certain devices.

Networks (9:12) The networking capabilities of Windows including procedures for connecting to the network. Concepts and capabilities relating to the Internet and basic procedures for setting up a system for Internet access.

Diagnosing and Troubleshooting (16:06) Recognize and interpret the meaning of common error codes and startup messages from the boot sequence, and identify steps to correct the problems. Common problems and determine how to resolve them.

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