Working with Personal Computer Components

This course is included in our On-demand training solution.

Overview

To install personal computer components, including hard drives, motherboards, power supplies, processors, adapter cards and memory, and to use techniques and tools to troubleshoot and prevent problems with computer components

Target Audience

The audience for this path includes computer technicians who have accumulated 500 hours hand-on experience in a lab or in the field and, ideally, have completed the A+ Essentials exam (220-601)

Prerequisites

None

Expected Duration

200 min.

Course Objectives

Working with Personal Computer Components

  • recognize how to add, remove, and configure hard disk drives.
  • recognize how to add, remove, and configure motherboards and power supplies.
  • recognize how to add, remove, and configure CPUs and memory.
  • recognize how to add, remove, and configure adapter cards.
  • select, install, and configure PC components in given situations.
  • replace a hard drive in a given scenario.
  • recognize diagnostic procedures and troubleshooting techniques for PC components.
  • identify troubleshooting tools and how to troubleshoot hardware components.
  • identify how to perform preventive maintenance on PC components.
  • recognize how to troubleshoot problems with PC components.
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