CompTIA A+ 220-1001: Troubleshooting

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Computer peripherals and mobile devices have similar troubleshooting workflows. Knowing how devices should work and troubleshooting common problems—part of maintenance—are important when preparing for exam CompTIA A+ 220-1001. Through this course, learn to troubleshoot post beeps codes, basic input/output system (BIOS) time settings, and booting to an incorrect device; to resolve issues relating to power such as overheating, smoke, and a burning smell; to troubleshoot common hard drive issues such as read/write, slow performance, failure to book, drive not recognized, and OS not found. Next, learn to investigate Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) issues and failure conditions; to use self-monitoring, analysis, and reporting technology (S.M.A.R.T) error technology; how to fix video or display issues such as dead pixels, artifacts, color patterns, dim image, flickering, distortion; to troubleshoot issues with display, batteries, power, indicator lights, connectivity, touchscreen, performance, and GPS. Other issues: common wired and wireless network problems such as limited connectivity and unavailable resources, such as the Internet, printers, e-mail, Internet Protocol (IP) conflict, transfer speeds, and service set identifier (SSID) not found.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • troubleshoot issues such as post beeps codes, BIOS time settings, and booting to an incorrect device
    resolve issues relating to power such as overheating, no power, smoke, and a burning smell
    troubleshoot common hard drive issues such as read/write, slow performance, loud clicking noise, failure to book, drive not recognized, and OS not found
    investigate RAID issues such as RAID not working, RAID no longer working, and failure conditions
    describe S.M.A.R.T error technology
  • describe issues that could cause video or display issues such as overheat shutdown, dead pixels, artifacts, color patterns, dim image, flickering, distortion, burin, and oversized images
    resolve issues with display, batteries, power, indicator lights, connectivity, touchscreen, performance, and GPS
    describe the process of disassembling and re-assembling a laptop
    describe common wired and wireless network problems such as limited connectivity, and unavailable resources such as the Internet, printers, e-mail, IP conflict, transfer speeds, and SSID not found
    troubleshoot beep codes and booting to an incorrect device, troubleshoot hard drive issues, and resolve issues relating to display, batteries, power, indicator lights, connectivity, and overheating

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