Are There Any Cram Sheets For A+ Essentials Yet
Posted 29 February 2008 - 07:01 PM
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Posted 03 March 2008 - 12:09 PM
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Posted 05 March 2008 - 05:54 PM
Posted 06 March 2008 - 02:25 PM
I'm studying for the essentials and am finding it a bit difficult to get my head into study mode after all these years. This list will help enormously.
Posted 09 March 2008 - 09:51 AM
I am taking my A+ essentials nex month. I have done my preparation from Sybex A+ Study guide and doing Exam Force Cram Master practice tests. Do u guys think that this much is enough or shud I go through some other materials as well?
Posted 10 March 2008 - 05:45 PM
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Posted 13 March 2008 - 07:41 PM
thanks i checked out the preplogic site and got the cram guide which at this point i can use all the help i can get...
i've been a casual techie for about 15 years now and am finally trying to get into the IT field so i know a little about a lot but apparently not quite enough to be ready for the A+ test
wish me luck!
Posted 15 March 2008 - 08:51 AM
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Posted 18 March 2008 - 01:07 PM
one thing i noticed:
"Network Operating System architecture can take one of three approaches:
â¢ Client/Server - typically Novell systems, which have a secure, high quality dedicated server.
â¢ Peer-to-Peer - classically Windows Workgroups. These networks are limited in number, with security and maintenance issues rising proportionally with the size of the network.
â¢ Domain Based - typically Windows servers which use Domain Controllers and Active Directory, etc. as server software. "
This seems all wrong to me, client/server is where normal PC's (clients) are served by a server with a NOS. Peer-to-Peer has no NOS anywhere as every PC is the same, AD is part of a windows NOS and a domain controller is a role of a windows NOS.
Comptia Network+ Certified - August 2007
Comptia A+ 220-601 & 220-602 Certified - March/April 2008
Future projects: MCSA
Posted 19 March 2008 - 01:41 PM
Posted 27 March 2008 - 10:33 AM
I have been doing a program called test out
which is a replica of the A+ not exact or anything
My high scores are 86% and my low is like 80%
And I'm trying to find other sources
I'm worried I won't pass it :[
Posted 31 March 2008 - 02:34 AM
Posted 01 April 2008 - 07:50 AM
What are the differences between a laptop and a desktop?
2) L2 Cache
3) Front side bus
I can not remember the other answer that was given. I am assuming that both the desktop and the laptop have heat issues, I am assuming both have L2 cache, but I am not so sure that a laptop has a front side bus.
Does anybody know the answer or can point me in the right direction to get this answer?
The other question would be:
I came upon a computer that has a vial half full of acetone. What would I do to dispose of this?
1) Fill the vial up with water and dump down the drain.
2) Leave the vial open and let it evaporate.
3) Research the guidelines for turning this in.
4) Throw it in the trash.
I am not sure there is a recycle point for a hazardous material (acetone), dumping it down the drain, I don't think so, leave the vial open, I don't think so. So it would leave research the guidelines and turn it in according to these guidelines.
Does anybody know where to get the answer to this question as well.
the big difference with laptops is the heat. think about how much space and effort is put into desktops with the fans and heatsinks. now keep in mind that the laptop has much less space, but still has similar haet-producing components.
as for the acetone, it is a cleaner/solvent, but i think it is used in laser printers. as with most disposal questions you will be unsure of, the best solution ( both in real life and tests ) is to refer to local guidelines. DEFINITELY dont throw it in the trash, NEVER dump that kind of stuff down the drain, and leaving it open wouldnt be disposing of it.
read any of the mike meyers books? they help if you can afford them ( i borrowed mine. aplus passport or some such )
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