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 a Class 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

Class 55 1 Maintenance of a power supply fan 2 Removing the source for cleaning or replacement cooling Concept 3: Time course sinks Assets Liabilities sinks sin ks without anchorage socket to socket Assets with anchor anchor sinks to the mic roprocessor 4 for what about the evolution of box coolers evolution of processor s and heatsinks Class 56 1-art Coolers parameters that define the quality of a fan cooler FAN ma in technical characteristics of double bit Powercool aluminum sink sinks sinks C opper sinks Copper and Aluminum 2 Practical Installation of a cooler next-genera tion 3 Thermal Specifications and dissipation dissipation for different processo rs on a Pentium III Intel's general recommendations dissipation Dissipation in a Pentium 4 system How does the Pentium 4's Thermal Monitor? 4 Dispel AMD Athlon and Duron processors Class 57 1 Other heat dissipation solutions Other solutions Coolers heat dissipation system Extractor type "card" Fan System Fan zone entry plates and / or output (input-ou tput) Summary of connections such discs Coolers two removable storage media Opti cal media description Cooler magnetic writing process of an optical device Magne tic Reading Process Module 30: Windows XP Windows XP 58 1 Class 2 Common element s in both versions File System NTFS File Compression System Class 59 1 Anti-Pira cy System Activation Windows XP Scandisk and Disk Defragmenter 2 Soft User Accou nts Recording for CD `s Task Manager Class 60 1 Share files and folders on a net work (creating a network) 2 Share Internet Connection DVD Some items are 10 less ons fully interactive flash graphics, tables, pictures, images and data Technica l Lesson Lesson Lesson Lesson Lesson Lesson 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Structure of a PC devices for information processing devices for data storage devices for data inp ut devices for data output Assemble a PC Lesson 7. Loading the operating system Lesson 8. Installing application programs Lesson 9. POST Card Management Lesson 10. Diagnostic Software PC Learning about building a PC Pentium IV or AMD Athlon step your computer Arm yourself ASCII Co mponents of a Computer Configuration of the Bios Building Course as a Computer C ourse BIOS settings - very complete Basic Computer Learning PC Components of a c omputer building a PC Pentium IV step yourself Assemble your PC Bios Setting Cou rse and Build a Computer Course Bios settings - very complete Multimedia Course Computer Repair and Assembly in September Mounting a PC Modules - In 10 lessons with pictures Hard Drives Power Supplies History of Computing Computer Maintenan ce Management Manual Sockets Architecture Pc Repair Manual Installation and Tech nical Manual PC Computer Maintenance and Repair Manual Pc Computer Repair - Repa ir Very complete 8 modules / O Systems Sound Computer Maintenance Workshop Mothe rboard About Computer About Pc - Full Course CD tutorials Hardware Units - CDRW / DVD Video Ram Memory Modem Monitor Mouse TVs Printers Processors Manual ASCII Dictio nary Computer Peripherals Monitor Repair Manual Maintenance Manual & Repair Unit s CDRW - CDROM