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    #51
    - CDROM, used fot atapi CD-ROM drives
    - ARMD, used fo atapi ZIP and LS 120 drives.


    What is "fot" & "fo"

    and "technologie" not "technology" ?


    Thanks

    in BIOS section

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    More praise to Webmaster on these technotes I've been reading a 1200 page book and have felt so overwhelmed as to how to consolidate the main info & what to put in my flash cards.

    Very nice work. This site is amazing & I will recommend it to all of my computer geek friends :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coasttech
    - CDROM, used fot atapi CD-ROM drives
    - ARMD, used fo atapi ZIP and LS 120 drives.


    What is "fot" & "fo"

    and "technologie" not "technology" ?


    Thanks

    in BIOS section

    Are you trying to be funny?

    They're just typos.

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    ^^^
    Thanks

    'Technologie' is actually the Dutch (as well as many other languages) version of technology. So before I started writing in English, I had written the word 'technologie' thousands of times. It's not like I tried to turn the plural form in singular It's been 4 years since I wrote those notes though, I'd probably even write 'Technologie' with an 'y' now...

    Anyway, I'll update it nevertheless because it is indeed a spelling error that shouldn't be in it.

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    #55
    You know how the author of the TechNote on CPUs and sockets - http://www.techexams.net/technotes/cpu_sockets.shtml - mentioned that you do not have to memorize the pins of the CPUs? I was asked, on the Core Hardware exam, how many pins there were in an xxx processor - xxx pins.

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    I joined today and just wanted to thank you for these notes!!!

    I really need to get my A+ cert for work, and I'm determined to take the exam this year... hopefully this quarter.

    I've gone through a book and a few online practice tests, but I need to reall understand a few things before I pay for the exam. So thank you, thank you for these articles. They've refreshed my memory, and I believe I have a better comprehension on a few things.

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    I find a very useful saying for the laser print process (learned from my teacher) and hoped it could help someone.


    California (Cleaning)

    Cows (Charging)

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    Do (Developing)

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    California Cows Will Do The Fandango.

    Lol...always made me remember, and helped emmensly on the test.

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    I wanted to say thanks for ALL of the info posted on this site. It's a great resource and I'm learning a ton. Thanks again to you all!!

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    Im doing 220-601 on Friday. How will the technotes help me if they are still listed as A+ CORE??

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    Exclamation can't print tech notes

    once in the tech notes, i try to print the notes using the link: members only: printer friendly version. and no dice. it comes up 404 forbidden.

    any help?

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    #61
    Quote Originally Posted by SHAKA25P View Post
    once in the tech notes, i try to print the notes using the link: members only: printer friendly version. and no dice. it comes up 404 forbidden.

    any help?
    It is not working at the moment. Sorry.

    I'll mention it to Webmaster, though you should easily be able to review the material online for the time being. Helps you to memorize that way
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    ***I'll add you can Capitalize the word 'I' to show a little respect for yourself too.

    'i' before 'e' except after 'c'.... weird?

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    are there updated notes?

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    Printer friendly link does not seem to work. I had read old posts (2003) about them being moved to a new server, but can not find how to access the printer friendly page

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    New to the site, but the A+ is my first test I will be taking. Thank you for these great resources, they will help me a lot I know it.

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    im new here..just wanted to say thanks for the information.

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    #66
    is there any major changes in the comptia A+ 701-702 certification test since last year

    hey i'm also getting prepare for the comptia A+ 701-702 so if you want to study together let me know
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    Hi tombell I am studying for the 701 on february the 14th Do you want to study together... I am going to take one exam then the other... I have a plan to get all the certifications for ComTIA this year or some of them If you want to join me it will be wonderful.

    My study plan

    Whoever wants to join can join in any stage of the Journey. Please don’t make negative comments whoever makes negative comments is because Is jealous. Critics and advice accepted.

    Buy a book on the certifications or go to the local study library and study the latest edition on the Certification for three hours every day.


    Study Plan
    1. Read a new chapter every day and comprehends concepts in that chapter.
    2. Review the Chapter studied the day before and comprehend.
    3. Review practice test and review chapter of the CD-ROM portion Every day.
    4. By the end of everyday study make sure to learn and understand the concepts before finish the two hours of study.
    Repeat steps 1,2,3 for the rest of the days left to the test.

    January 30th and February 1st

    Today I have studied

    2:00 pm to 3:00 pm Exam 1 chap 1-4 practice test.

    8:30pm to 9:50 Exam 1, 220-701 practice. Scored 94%

    9:50 pm to 10:16pm reviewed the Exam 1, 220-701 practice

    10:17 pm to 10:40 pm exam 1 220-701 Final Exam. Scored 97%

    10:40 pm to 10:45 pm exam 1 220-701 review.


    Studied Total hours 3 hours.

    Tomorrow
    February 1st I expect to repeat previous material and add new material:

    Study,
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    Read Chapter 1 and 2, 35 pages
    Exam 1 chap 1-4 Practice test.
    Exam 1 chap 1-4 Final test.
    Exam 1, 220-701 - Practice test
    Exam 1, 220-701 - Final

    New material
    Read Chapter 3
    Exam 2, Chap 5-8 - Practice
    Exam 2, Chap 5-8 - Practice Review
    Exam 2, Chap 5-8 - Final
    Exam 2, Chap 5-8 - Final Review
    Exam 15, 220-702 - Practice
    Exam 15, 220-702 - Practice Review
    Exam 15, 220-702 - Final
    Exam 15, 220-702 - Final Review.

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    #68
    Diggin this forum! You guys are all very knowledgeable and i'm learning a lot here. Although I asn't really worried about the A+ exams before, I certainly am not now with a resource as powerful as this place...Thanks a bunch!!

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    #69
    Quote Originally Posted by lerafe View Post
    Printer friendly link does not seem to work. I had read old posts (2003) about them being moved to a new server, but can not find how to access the printer friendly page
    Same issue here.

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    Good info!

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    Default RE: http://www.techexams.net/technotes/cpu_sockets.shtml

    Hi guys,

    Thank you for posting these tech notes, they have been extremely useful. I start my studying for the comptia a+ and mcitp through a company soon and have just been plowing through a+ information and stumbled upon this! It is fantastic! I've only scanned them so far and my printer has just run out of ink... arrr...

    I just noticed that the Free practice exams for MCSE MCSA CCNA and A+ certifications thread could do with some updating if these files are still supported and updated?

    I don't know how up-to-date the others are I only noticed because I know more about internal hardware and cpu's than anything else at the moment

    thanks, Ali Hill

    EDIT: Looking at them a few ofthem need updating, especially with the new 801 and 802 exams due for release but I guess these aren't maintained any more.
    Last edited by alih89; 10-10-2012 at 08:51 AM.

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    Thanks for these TechNotes just joined the site a couple weeks ago and am in the process of getting my AAS in Computer Information Technology - Network Administrator and Support (CCNA - Track) at North Lake College here in Irving, Texas. I should of done all this when I was in the Army for 6 years cause I messed with alot of routers, switches, and cisco IP phones for 3 years and 15 months of that in Iraq doing it and I had a blast learning.

    So the experience is there but now I need the credentials to follow and will be first working on getting the A+ cert while obtaining my degree.

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    Hello,thanks for the simplified explanation on printers.Am currently preparing for A+ 220-801 and 802 and i found the printers explanation very complicated to grasp in a way.Oh yes,and i have noticed that in this book they have added a daisy wheel printer which also fall under impact printers but its not as complicated though.

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