CompTIA A+ 220-802: General Troubleshooting
Computer technicians who have the equivalent knowledge of at least 12 months of hands-on experience in the lab or field.
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This course focuses on general troubleshooting when working with PCs, including the common tools used for troubleshooting, how to troubleshoot networks, and how to troubleshoot security-related issues. This course also deals with troubleshooting common hardware and software problems when working with video, laptops, and printers. This course prepares the learner for CompTIA A+ exam 220-802.
Troubleshooting Networks and Security
- recognize how to troubleshoot Windows issues that occur after startup
- recognize how to troubleshoot driver related issues
- distinguish between blue screen errors and system lockup errors
- specify the network troubleshooting approach that should be used in a given scenario
- troubleshoot network and Internet connection issues
- describe the options for dealing with malware
- recognize the steps to take to clean an infected system
- determine how to deal with specific system problems
- troubleshoot network problems
- propose solutions to deal with security issues
Troubleshooting Video, Laptops and Printers
- match each video issue with its probable cause
- prepare a laptop for servicing
- match the considerations involved in performing specific laptop maintenance tasks to the appropriate tasks
- recognize how to isolate the source of a printer problem
- describe how to troubleshoot printers
- determine the source of display and printer issues
- troubleshoot laptops