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ASSEMBLY AGENDA AND MAINTENANCE OF COMPUTER

ASSEMBLY AGENDA AND MAINTENANCE OF COMPUTER

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Group 01 1 Introduction 2 What does a computer? General Introduction 3 4 Classif
ication of computers

February 1st Class Evolution of PC-compatible two physical aspects of a PC 3 Phy sical location of the main blocks of the motherboard 4 Features 5 slots and PCB sockets 6 Class chip assemblies March 1: Summary 2 Block input / output (I / O) 3 Definition of the peripherals 4 Mounting internal peripherals Module 02: Devic es and data transmission External Peripherals Class 2 April 1 general display pe ripherals 3 Data used in series and parallel connectors SubD 4 Module 03: Basic Architecture Class of May 1 PC connectors on the back of a computer 2 Identifica tion of three internal peripheral connectors of the PC architecture 4 Bus 5 Bus "system" 6 Peripheral Bus Module 04: Data Units

Class June 1 What is a BIT? 2 3 machine language ASCII Module 05: Data Buses
July 1st Class Bus Width 2 3 clock bandwidth of a bus 4 5 ISA Bus VL VESA local
bus
Class 08 1 PCI Bus 2 IBM Solutions Other trademarks Strike Back 3 ... 4 Comparis
on of the buses studied Module 06: Connectivity and edge ports
September 1st Class 2 USB Bus Components of a typical USB connection 3 Examples
4 USB Driver

Class January 10 most common adapters and accessories 2 A fast USB bus (USB 2.0) 3 Firewire (IEEE 1394) Firewire 4 Applications Module 07: Interfaces and storag e devices

Class 11 1 PC "future" 2 The Mini PCI bus PCMCIA March 4 Summary of internal int erfaces 5 Memories 6 Examples of storage devices Module 08: The main memory, log ical and physical aspects

Class 12 1 Drive 2 Interaction between primary and secondary memory RAM 4 3 The
logical structure of RAM

Class 13 1 Methods of addressing two types of memory chips three-volatile RAM Ch ips: Different mounting gaskets 4 5 RAM Memory Modules: Module Format and Evolut ion 09: Types of RAM

Class 14 1 Install the SIMM sockets on the motherboard SIMM 72 contacts 2 3 4 SO

DIMM DIMM Memory Module 10: Processing of 32 and 64 bits
Class 2 January 15 RIMM Memory Formation of memory banks
3 Bits of data and memory capacity of 32-bit processors 4 5 Access to RAM
January 16 Class 64-bit processors 2 What are the jumpers? 3 Setting the working

voltages DIMM 4 Choosing a motherboard according to the number of sockets
Different Class January 17th two types of DRAM clock frequency, bus width and da
ta transfer rate 3 Rambus Module 11: Data Integrity

Class January 18 DDR (Double Data Rate) 2 The DDR RAM PC motherboards that suppo rt DDR 3 4 Different types of memory: Performance and features five reports Inte grity

Class 19 1 Integrity of the reports 2 Comparison of ECC parity with 3 Memory SRA
M (static RAM) cache module 4 12: Cache Cache memory hardware and software
Class 20 1 Levels of Cache Cache 2 Specifications of different processors
January 21 Caché Class software (disk cache) 2 Example of running a software ca
che 3 Applications software disk cache

January 22 Caché Class "in" Cache Disk 2 Disk 3 display used on the Internet an d managing the temporary files 5 4 virtual memory virtual memory settings in Win dows 6 Reading, Writing and Addressing Memory Module 13: Reading and Writing dat aClass 23 1 How to read a data processor in main memory? 2 How to write a Word CP

U access memory in a ROM Memory Module March 14: The BIOS and SETUP
Class 24 1 The most common ROM chips. Its classification 2 What is the BIOS? 3 T
he CMOS SETUP SETUP 4 Other examples
Class January 25 Security settings in the SETUP 2 Maintenance and clearing the C
MOS erase three CMOS Jumper Module 15: POST
Class 26 1 The start of the PC 2 Recommendations to follow 3 Codes Award BIOS be
eps of four common Setup Screens

Class January 27 Update BIOS Update 2 Examples 3 Files compacted 4 5 Installing Winzip Download BIOS update file 6 Running the Update Module 16: Mass Storage Un its

Class 28 1 Memory ROM Shadow Shadow or two mass storage drives and floppy disket
tes 3 Module 17: Operation and maintenance of floppy drive
Class 29 1 Characteristics of a logical disk 2 Disarmament and identification of
parts of a 3 ½ floppy
Class January 30 read-write heads Basics magnetism 2 3 4 cleaning heads Controll
ers

Class 31 1 Flat Cable 2 Drive Select (DS) 3 Finishers 4 Purpose of the Cross-wir e in the cable 5 statement floppy drive in the CMOS SETUP Module 18: The hard dr ive, performance and standards group 32 1 Detection and Resolution Problem with floppy drive 2 Physical installation of the floppy drive 3 Hard Disk or HD (Hard Disk)

Class 33 1 Parties comprising the hard disk 2 Plates 3 Motor speed (Spindle moto

r)
Class 34 1 2 Actuator heads
Class 35 1 2 hard disk Electronic Physical connection EIDE devices
36 Class 1 standards after ATA EIDE 2 - 2 3 Summary of different standard IDE /

ATA hard drives 4 Setting as Master and Slave (Master and Slave)

Class 37 1 How to install a second hard drive 2 IDE HD configuration that has th e boot files 3 Incorporation of a second side HD 4 Parameters Setup Module 19: I nterface and SCSI devices

Class 38 1 2 Different SCSI interface specification or standard SCSI 3 Different types of cables and connectors 4 Types of SCSI bus according to electrical sign als

39 Class 1 terminations Addressing a SCSI bus 2 of the SCSI chain 3 How to turn
a hard drive 4 What is the Master Boot Record? Module 20: logical aspects of dat
a storage
Class File Systems 40 1 2 What is fragmentation? 3 Errors in System 4 FAT FAT FA
T 32 May 16 6 How do you partition a hard drive?

Module 21: Partitioning and a Class 41 use FDISK FDISK to partition a hard disk partitioning with FDISK 2 - I 3 Partitioning with FDISK - II 4 Partitioning with FDISK - Class III 42 1 Partition 2 Options Clearing Special FDISK Team 3 Prepar ation to install the operating system installation manual four drivers of the AT API CD Module 22: Security and data redundancy and Class 43 1 Ward 2 Data Redund ancy RAID hardware and software 3 multitasking (multitask) 4 What are the IRQ? M odule 23: PSU and UPS rates and features Class 44 1 Source 2 Source 3 Source ATX AT 4 Security: UPS Stabilizer and 5 Units of CD ROM and DVD Module 24: Micropro cessors, installation and configuration

Class 45 1 2 Configuring Microprocessors 3 Configuring Hardware Motherboards By
Dip Switches.
CD 4:

Module 25: Printers, class types and features two 46 1 printers Printers Matrix Printers Needle 3 4 Inkjet Printers Laser Printers May June Operation Parallel a nd Serial Ports, Standards Module 26: Communications and interfaces Imaging clas s 47 1 2 Cable Modem DSL Modem 3 Systems Sound 4 Interface 5 scanner 6 mouse Mod ule 27: Monitor, types and specifications 48 1 Class and Interface Video Monitor s resolution of a monitor 2 3 4 Acceleration Sweep Calibration Chart 5 6 monitor Liquid Crystal Displays (LCD) Module 28: Advanced Features Operating System Cla ss 49 1 Tool "System Restore" Restore Points Recover from a system restore point previously established requirements for the restoration Restore from Startup Di sk

2 Installing and uninstalling a program Uninstall program from the program menu
(Uninstall)

Class 50 1 Adding a scheduled task Changing the properties of a scheduled task 2 Custom Maintenance Wizard Configuration 3 Disk Cleanup program execution at the beginning of the computer 4 Properties of the Taskbar and Start Menu Adding a a pplication to the Start Menu Advanced Settings from the Start menu Remove a shor tcut from the Windows Start Class 51 1 The Windows Registry Editing Logical Stru cture Physical Structure of the register 2 Testing and Using Registry Repair Too ls Windows Automatically Running the command from Scanreg What boot disk files s tore backups of Windows and where they do it? SYSTEM.INI and WIN.INI files Using third party software Registry Repair Manual 52 1 Class System Information Syste m Configuration Utility Startup Mode Operating System

2 Other Options window "General" Example: Getting a driver from the Windows inst allation disc Enable selective options INI files and registry settings and ambie nt Home Country Code Setting Boot Options in Windows Diagnostic ME 3 System Over view Module 29: Installation of microprocessors and coolers Class 53 1 Mount Mic roprocessor AMD microprocessors and coolers on a socket 7 Criteria for manipulat ing the correct insertion orientation microprocessor in socket 2 Installing the cooler Disadvantages generated by poor heat dissipation Processor How to prevent damage to the processor to a fault monitoring parameter settings in the SETUP S ettings and use the software "Motherboard Monitor" Class 54 1 Installing a proce ssor in a PGA 370 socket assembly and chip coolers. Processors "In Box" and "OEM " 2 Mounting a PGA processor 370 in a 3 Mounting Slot 1 Pentium III processor in Slot 1 4 Study of the ventilation inside the enclosure 5 Connect the fan power through a connection joints special form of the source of other components Refri geration

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