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					A+ Certification Study
  Group – Week 7
      Mark McCoy
    MCSE, CNE, CISSP
                Agenda
   Review Week 6 Discussion
   Chapter 11 & 12 Test Objectives
   Key Points from the Reading
   Questions/Show & Tell
   Quiz 3 Covering Chapters 7 – 10
    (Operating Systems)
   Week 8 Reading Assignment
    Review of Week 6 Discussion
   Chapter 9 – File & Disk Management
    • 601:3.1 603:2.1 Identify the fundamentals of
      using operating systems
    • 602:3.1 Identify the fundamental principles of
      operating systems
   Chapter 10 – Troubleshooting and
    Prev. Maintenance for Windows
    • 601: 3.3 602: 3.3 603: 2.3 Identify tools,
      diagnostic procedures, and troubleshooting
      techniques for operating systems
      Interesting Points from the
                Reading
   Chapter 9
    • How many volumes can be defined on a Dynamic Disk?
        Unlimited

    • How many Partitions can be defined on a Basic Disk?
        Four

    • How many Primary Partitions can be defined on a Basic Disk?
        Four

    • How many Extended Partitions can be defined on a Basic Disk?
        One

    • When you connect a Volume or partition to a Folder, what is it
      called?
        A Mount Point

    • What file system is used on a floppy disk?
        Fat12
      Interesting Points from the
                Reading
   Chapter 10
    • List the 5 phases of the Windows Startup Process:
         Power-on Self-Test, Initial Startup, Boot Loader, Detect

          and Configure Hardware, Kernel Loading, and Logon and
          Plug and Play Detection
    • What is the Windows Boot Loader called?
         NTLDR

    • What “System Application” detects hardware?
         NTDETECT.COM

    • What file runs the Service Control Manager?
         Services.exe

    • What file is also known as the Windows Kernel?
         NTOSKRNL.EXE

    • How do you create an ASR Backup Set?
         Use Advanced Mode of the Backup Utility (NTBACKUP.EXE)
      Week 6 Two Minute Drill
   Chapter 9
   Chapter 10
      Week 7 – Chapter 11 & 12
          Test Objectives
   Chapter 11 Test Objectives
    • 601: 4.1 602: 4.1 603: 3.1 604: 3.1 Identify the
      fundamental principles of using printers and scanners
    • 601: 4.2 Identify basic concepts of installing, configuring,
      optimizing, and upgrading printers and scanners
    • 602: 4.2 603: 3.2 604: 3.2 Install, configure, optimize, and
      upgrade printers and scanners
    • 601: 4.3 602: 4.3 603: 3.3 604: 3.3 Identify tools,
      diagnostic procedures, and troubleshooting techniques
      for printers and scanners
    • 602: 4.4 604: 3.4 Perform preventive maintenance of
      printer and scanner problems
    Obscure Points from Chapter 11
              (Printers)
   What are the six steps (in order) of the Laser Printing
    Process?
     • Charging, Writing, Developing, Transferring, Fusing,
       Cleaning
   In the Charging step, the Drum is charged with a Negative
    or Positive Charge?
     • Negative
   In a Thermal Printer, what transfers the image?
     • Heat
   What are the four types of printers?
     • Impact, Laser, Ink Jet, Solid Ink, Thermal
   What company developed the PCL Language?
    • Hewlett Packard
Obscure Points from Chapter 11
         (Scanners)
   What are the two types of Scanners?
     • Bar Code and Image
   What technology permits a program such as Word to
    interpret the words on a scanned image?
     • Optical Character Recognition (OCR)
   What parts of the scanner convert the reflected light into
    electricity?
     • Diodes
   What are the Seven “Components” of a Scanner?
     • Bulb, Lens, Light-Sensitive Diodes, Memory, Firmware,
       Driver, Scanner Software
   What is the IEEE Standard for the Parallel Interface?
     • IEEE 1284
   What is the IEEE Standard for Fire Wire?
     • IEEE 1394
     Week 7 – Chapter 11 & 12
      Test Objectives (Cont)
   Chapter 12 Test Objectives
    • 601: 5.1 602: 5.1 Identify the
      fundamental principles of networks
Obscure Points from Chapter 12
      (Network Basics)
   A Personal Area Network (PAN) is Defined as:
    • Phones and personal digital assistants (PDAs), that communicate with
      each other and/or your desktop computer. These devices frequently
      have a distance limit of one meter, or a theoretical limit of about ten
      meters.
   A Local Area Network (LAN) is Defined as:
    • A local area network (LAN) is a network that covers a relatively small
      area, such as a building, home, office, or campus. The typical
      distances are measured in hundreds of meters
   A Metro Area Network is Defined as:
    • A metropolitan area network (MAN) is a network that covers a
      metropolitan area, connecting various networks together using a
      shared, community network, and often providing WAN connections to
      the Internet.
   A Wide Area Network is Defined as:
    • A wide area network (WAN) can cover the largest geographic area. It
      is defined as two or more networks connected over long distances.
Obscure Points from Chapter 12
      (Network Basics)
   What frequency range does the 802.11a wireless standard
    use?
     • 5 GHZ
   What frequency does Blue Tooth Use?
     • 5 GHZ
   What frequency range does the 802.11b wireless standard
    use?
     • 2.4 GHZ
   What frequency range does the 802.11g wireless standard
    use?
     • 2.4 GHZ
   Are the 802.11a and 802.11g standards compatible? (Why
    or Why Not)
     • NO – They use different frequency ranges
Obscure Points from Chapter 12
      (Network Basics)
   What does ISDN stand for?
     • Integrated Service Digital Network
   Basic Rate Interface (BRI) ISDN Service has how many Data/Voice
    Channels and how many signaling channels and what are their
    bandwidths?
     • 2 Data/Voice Channels at 64kbps each and 1 signaling channel at 16
        kbps
   What is the primary difference between ADSL and SDSL?
     • ADSL is Asymmetric (different upstream and downstream data rates)
        whereas SDSL is Symmetric and provides the same upstream and
        downstream data rates
   What is the speed of a Cat3 Cable?
     • 16Mbps
   What are the three types of Fiber Optic Connectors?
     • Straight Tip, Subscriber Connection, & Lucent Connector
      Questions/Show and Tell
   In addition to what we have already
    discussed, what other “interesting
    things” did you learn from Chapters
    11 & 12
   It’s your turn….
           Chapter 11 & 12
           Two-Minute Drill
   Chapter 11 Two-Minute Drill
   Chapter 12 Two-Minute Drill
       A+ Study Group Quiz 2
   25 Multiple Choice Questions from
    Chapters 7 - 10
   You have 30 Minutes to Complete the
    Quiz
Week 7 Homework Assignment
   Reading for Next Session
    • Read Chapter 13
    • Read Chapter 14
   Study for Quiz 4 – Chapter 11,
    Printers & Scanners

				
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