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Table of Contents
I. HARDWARE. 1. Hardware Domain 1.0: Installation, Configuration, and Upgrading. 2. Hardware Domain 2.0: Diagnosing and Troubleshooting. 3. Hardware Domain 3.0: PC Preventive Maintenance, Safety, and Environmental Issues. 4. Hardware Domain 4.0: Motherboard/Processors/Memory. 5. Hardware Domain 5.0: Printers. 6. Hardware Domain 6.0: Basic Networking II. OPERATING SYSTEMS. 1. Operating System Domain 1.0: Operating System Fundamentals. 2. Operating System Domain 2.0: Installation, Configuration, and Upgrading. 3. Operating System Domain 3.0: Diagnosing and Troubleshooting. 4. Operating System Domain 4.0: Networks. Appendix A CD Contents and Installation Instructions.
Charles J. Brooks is currently the president of Marcraft International Corporation, located in Kennewick, Washington, and is in charge of research and development. He is the author of several books, including Speech Synthesis, Pneumatic Instrumentation, The Complete Introductory Computer Course, Radio-Controlled Car Project Manual, and IBM PC Peripheral Troubleshooting and Repair. A former electronics instructor and technical writer with the National Education Corporation, Charles has taught and written on post-secondary EET curriculum, including introductory electronics, transistor theory, linear integrated circuits, basic digital theory, industrial electronics, microprocessors, and computer peripherals.