Understanding and Troubleshooting Your PC / Edition 1
Understanding and Troubleshooting Your PC from the Shelly Cashman Series is designed to provide a basic understanding of how personal computers work. Created for the classroom, this text covers the basics of PC repair with an emphasis on troubleshooting and maintenance. Its full-color, extremely visual design will use conceptual art to help students learn about technical computer concepts.
1. Introducing Hardware 2. How Hardware and Software Work Together 3. Understanding the Motherboard, the CPU, and Troubleshooting Basics 4. Managing Memory 5. Understanding, Installing, and Troubleshooting Disk Drives 6. Supporting Input, Output, and Multimedia Devices 7. Supporting Printers 8. Installing and Using Windows XP Professional 9. Managing and Supporting Windows XP 10. Connecting PCs to Networks and the Internet 11. Purchasing or Building a Personal Computer 12. Maintenance and Troubleshooting Fundamentals Appendices A: Error Messages and Their Meanings B: Using the Command Prompt C: Number Systems and Coding Schemes D: Working as a PC Technician E: Introducing Linux