در این آموزش تصویری با گواهینامه CompTIA A+ Certification 801 and 802 آشنا می شوید. این دوره شامل موضوعاتی مانند کار با RAM ، تنظیمات BIOS ، مادربرد و CPU می باشد. همچنین نصب Windows XP ، Windows Vista و Windows 7 ، بررسی مشکلات دیسک سخت ، عیب یابی تمام مشکلات کامپیوتر و… نیز خواهید آموخت.

این دوره یکی از کاملترین مجموعه های آموزشی در زمینه CompTIA A+ Certification است که کلیه مباحث مورد نیاز را آموزش می دهد.

این دوره آموزشی محصول موسسه Udemy است.

سرفصل های دوره:

  • کار با روش های عملیاتی
  • کار با تکنولوژی حرفه ای
  • نحوه ارتباط با مشتریان
  • افزایش امنیت فیزیکی
  • کار با تجهیزات امنیتی
  • اجزای اصلی کامپیوتر
  • نحوه اتصالات خارجی
  • اجزای داخلی سیستم مانند مادربرد، CPU، RAM
  • نحوه نصب ویندوز
  • تاریخچه ای مختصر از ویندوز
  • نصب Windows XP
  • نصب Windows Vista
  • نصب Windows 7
  • نصب Windows Vista/7
  • کار با Control Panel
  • شبکه چیست؟
  • کار با clients و servers در شبکه
  • کار با توپولوژی شبکه
  • کار با آدرس مک
  • مقدمه ای بر TCP / IP
  • تنظیمات TCP / IP در ویندوز
  • کار با ریزپردازنده
  • کار با هسته CPU و سرعت
  • نصب CPU
  • افزایش ظرفیت RAM
  • کار با حافظه مجازی
  • نحوه عیب یابی رم
  • BIOS چیست؟
  • کار با مادربرد
  • کار با Chipsets
  • نحوه نصب یک مادربرد
  • کار با منبع تغذیه
  • انتخاب یک منبع تغذیه
  • ذخیره سازی داده ها بر روی هارد دیسک
  • نصب درایوهای SATA
  • نحوه پیاده سازی هارد دیسک
  • نحوه پارتیشن بندی
  • نحوه پارتیشن بندی با GPT
  • نحوه پیاده سازی RAID
  • نحوه تست هارد دیسک
  • و…

عنوان دوره: Udemy CompTIA A+ Certification; 801 and 802. The Total Course
سطح: مقدماتی
مدت زمان: 23 ساعت
نویسنده: Mike Meyers – Total Seminars
توضیحات:

Udemy CompTIA A+ Certification; 801 and 802. The Total Course

Mike Meyers - Total Seminars
23 Hours
Beginner Level

Everything you need to pass both CompTIA A+ Exams (801 and 802) from Mike Meyers, CompTIA expert and bestselling author.
Course Description
Welcome to the CompTIA A+ Certification; 801 and 802. The Total Course from Mike Meyers and Total Seminars.
This course is over 24 hours in length and covers everything you need to know to pass your CompTIA A+ Certification (220-801 AND 220-802) Exams. The first goal of the course is to make you a good PC Tech and in the process make sure you are ready to pass the CompTIA exam.
The course covers all the exam topics, including how to:
Work with CPUs, RAM BIOS settings, motherboards, power supplies, and other PC components.
Install, configure, and troubleshoot hard drives.
Manage input devices and removable media.
Install, upgrade, and troubleshoot Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7.
Troubleshoot all common PC problems.
Install video and multimedia cards.
Work with smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices.
Install and configure wired and wireless networks.
Connect to the Internet.
Protect your PC and your network.
Install, configure, and manage printers.
Work with virtualization technologies.
Understand safety and environmental issues.
This is a Total A+ Course and covers everything a good tech needs to know and prepares you to pass both the CompTIA A+ Certification exams.
What are the requirements?
Basic familiarity with PCs and networks.
There are no specific prerequisites as the course covers all the topics in detail.
What am I going to get from this course?
Over 218 lectures and 23 hours of content!
This is a complete and comprehensive CompTIA A+ Certification (220-801 and 220-802) course. It is designed to prepare the student to be able to take and pass the two certification exams needed to become CompTIA A+ Certified.
Once you complete the course, you will have the knowledge and confidence to pass the exams AND the skills to be a great PC tech. This course is ideal as both a study tool and an on-the-job reference.
Your new skills and the CompTIA A+ Certification will help you land your first PC tech job or if you are already a PC tech, get that raise or advancement you are seeking.
What is the target audience?
This course is intended for anyone that is preparing for an entry level PC technician position or looking to improve their skills and become CompTIA A+ Certified. However, it goes beyond that and will give you the skills you need to be a better tech on the job.

Section 1: The Path of the PC Tech
Lecture 1
Studying for the Exam
05:59
Section 2: Operational Procedures
Lecture 2
Professionalism
03:20
In this episode, Mike talks about acting like a professional tech.
Lecture 3
Communication
06:58
In this episode, Mike explains how to properly communicate with customers while on the job
Lecture 4
Three Threats to Your PC: ESD, EMI, and RFI
07:13
Lecture 5
Physical Safety
03:15
Lecture 6
Equipment Safety
07:49
Quiz 1
Section 2 Quiz - Operational Procedures
3 questions
Section 3: The Visible PC
Lecture 7
How Computers Work
04:11
Lecture 8
Primary PC Components
03:20
Lecture 9
External Connections
11:28
Lecture 10
Inside the PC
05:41
In this episode, Mike pulls back the curtain and takes you inside his system case to look at major internal components like the motherboard, CPU, RAM, and more.
Quiz 2
Section 3 Quiz - The Visible PC
4 questions
Section 4: Visible Windows
Lecture 11
A Short History of Windows
04:59
Lecture 12
Meet Windows XP
07:17
Lecture 13
Meet Windows Vista
10:35
Lecture 14
Meet Windows 7
09:37
In this episode, Mike discusses the most modern version of Windows found on the CompTIA A+ exams: Windows 7. Mike points out each edition of Windows 7 and the parts of the interface you need to know about.
Lecture 15
Key Windows XP Folders
07:59
Lecture 16
Key Windows Vista/7 Folders
04:19
Lecture 17
Fun with Files and Folders
10:55
Lecture 18
Windows 7 Libraries
03:39
Lecture 19
The Control Panel
07:46
When things go terribly wrong on your PC, or you just don't like the color of the desktop background, head to the Control Panel. In this episode, Mike takes you on a tour of the Control Panel and its many applets.
Lecture 20
Device Manager
07:45
Lecture 21
Administrative and System Tools
08:03
Quiz 3
Section 4 Quiz - Visible Windows
2 questions
Section 5: Visible Networks
Lecture 22
What is a Network?
05:04
Mike breaks down networking into its most basic parts: clients and servers.
Lecture 23
Network Topologies
08:26
Lecture 24
Frames and MAC Addresses
10:51
Lecture 25
Introduction to TCP/IP
15:15
Lecture 26
Workgroups, Homegroups, and Domains
11:21
Lecture 27
TCP/IP Settings in Windows
08:43
Quiz 4
Section 5 Quiz - Visible Networks
4 questions
Section 6: Microprocessors
Lecture 28
Introduction to CPUs
04:40
Lecture 29
CPU Cores and Speeds
09:23
Lecture 30
CPU Caches
07:59
Lecture 31
32-bit vs. 64-bit Processing
04:55
What's the difference between a 32-bit processor and a 64-bit processor? Watch this episode to find out.
Lecture 32
Processor Extensions
02:38
Lecture 33
CPU Sockets
06:37
Lecture 34
Installing a CPU
04:54
Lecture 35
Cooling a CPU
06:55
CPUs generate a lot of heat, but your PC hates heat--what's a tech to do? In this episode, Mike shows you how to keep your CPU cool.
Lecture 36
Liquid Cooling
04:55
Quiz 5
Section 6 Quiz - Microprocessors
4 questions
Section 7: RAM
Lecture 37
RAM and RAM Speeds
10:24
Lecture 38
RAM Capacity
02:07
How much RAM do you need? Or, perhaps a more important question, how much RAM can you possibly fit in your PC? Mike answers these questions and more in this episode.
Lecture 39
Other Types of RAM
05:54
Lecture 40
Installing RAM
06:05
By far the easiest task taken on by a PC tech, RAM installation is a snap, and Mike shows you how it's done.
Lecture 41
Virtual Memory
10:05
What if you could have RAM that wasn't really RAM at all? What would you call it? Virtual memory? I like it!
Lecture 42
Troubleshooting RAM
07:59
Quiz 6
Section 7 Quiz - RAM
4 questions
Section 8: BIOS
Lecture 43
What is the BIOS?
04:27
Lecture 44
Troubleshooting BIOS
08:11
Lecture 45
POST
10:58
In this episode, Mike shows you how to monitor your PC from the time you press the power button to the moment Windows loads.
Lecture 46
System Setup
06:23
The system setup screen enables you to adjust various hardware settings, such as boot order, clock speeds, power settings, and more. In this episode, Mike shows you two very different system setups and how to use them.
Quiz 7
Section 8 Quiz - BIOS
4 questions
Section 9: Motherboards
Lecture 47
Form Factors
05:37
Have you ever wondered how all of your PC components manage to fit together perfectly? In this episode, Mike shows you how form factors have evolved to enable all sorts of connections.
Lecture 48
ATX and ITX
06:44
In this episode, Mike covers the two form factor heavyweights: ATX and ITX.
Lecture 49
Chipsets
08:18
Motherboards needs other chips besides the CPU to function. In this episode, Mike teaches you the history of chipsets and their many functions.
Lecture 50
The Expansion Bus
09:51
Lecture 51
Installing a Motherboard
09:48
Lecture 52
Other Motherboard Features
02:38
Quiz 8
Section 9 Quiz - Motherboards
4 questions
Section 10: Power Supplies
Lecture 53
Electricity Basics
03:19
Lecture 54
The Power Supply
05:56
Lecture 55
Niche Power Supplies and Features
04:31
Lecture 56
Choosing a Power Supply
06:38
Lecture 57
Power Protection
07:40
Lecture 58
Troubleshooting Power Supplies
07:01
Quiz 9
Section 10 Quiz - Power Supplies
4 questions
Section 11: Hard Drive Technologies
Lecture 59
Introduction to Hard Drives
06:11
Lecture 60
Storing Data on a Hard Drive
06:03
Lecture 61
ATA Drives
12:32
Most modern internal hard drives use the ATA interface to connect to your PC's motherboard. In this episode, Mike provides a history lesson on how ATA has changed over the years.
Lecture 62
Installing PATA Drives
05:48
Lecture 63
Installing SATA Drives
04:20
Lecture 64
SCSI
07:19
SCSI lives on today only in the darkest corners of tech society, but it's on the CompTIA A+ exams, so Mike uses this episode to explain (unwillingly) everything you need to know about SCSI.
Quiz 10
Section 11 Quiz - Hard Drive Technologies
4 questions
Section 12: Implementing Hard Drives
Lecture 65
What is Partitioning?
03:32
Lecture 66
Basic Disk Partitioning
10:31
Lecture 67
Dynamic Disk Partitioning
04:10
Lecture 68
GPT and UEFI
07:11
Move into the 21st century with GPT and UEFT partitioning. No BIOS allowed.
Lecture 69
Partitioning with GPT
07:03
Lecture 70
Formatting Hard Drives
09:00
Lecture 71
RAID
09:06
If you find yourself with two or more hard drives and a need for data security, Mike's here to tell you about RAID.
Lecture 72
Implementing RAID
10:28
Lecture 73
Setting the Boot Order
06:16
Lecture 74
Maintaining Hard Drives
07:44
Lecture 75
Troubleshooting Hard Drives
08:44
Quiz 11
Section 12 Quiz - Implementing Hard Drives
4 questions
Section 13: Removable Media
Lecture 76
Floppy Disks
03:21
Take a trip through time by learning about floppy drives as though they were a hot, up-and-coming technology. Also, watch Mike get mad and storm off.