For Microcomputer Repair/Servicing, A+ Certification courses, and Computer Architecture courses at the freshman-sophomore level. Requires no prior knowledge of electronics, and minimal acumen in math and theory. Emphasizing the development of essential troubleshooting and repair skills, this combination text/lab manual offers a clearly written and highly organized approach to teaching beginning technology students the fundamental skills required for hardware and software servicing of microcomputer systems. Expanded and updated, it now consists of 58 exercises, which are divided into six units, with each unit addressing a specific range of topics.
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Revised, expanded and updated, Microcomputer Repair provides today's computer-and information-literate student with an application-driven approach to the essentials of microcomputers and their repair. The Second Edition of this text/lab manual conveys coverage of the most recent themes and developments in the field through an even stronger pedagogical framework than its predecessor.From the Back Cover:
The fourth edition of Microcomputer Repair contains 58 exercises divided into six units. This combined text and tab manual is designed to teach beginning electronics students the fundamental skills needed to service microcomputer systems' hardware and software.
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Book Description New Riders Press, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0130195782
Book Description Book Condition: Brand New. Book Condition: Brand New. Bookseller Inventory # 97801301957841.0