A+ Computer Repair Course Chapter 1 Part 2

A+ Computer Repair Course Chapter 1 Part 2

A+ Computer Repair Course Chapter 1 part 2 continued. Part 2 you will learn how to explain what the north bridge and south bridge do in the computer and where they are located. You will be able to identify ATX motherboards and the different ports for attaching input output devices.

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  1. sthembiso tshabalala
    sthembiso tshabalala 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    These lessons are valuable

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  2. Dilipkumar technology
    Dilipkumar technology 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    Super computer technology repair so like

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  3. Abubacarr Jawune
    Abubacarr Jawune 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    Waw you are the best computer teacher I have ever seen in my life

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  4. iamahorsenut
    iamahorsenut 7 January, 2022, 02:35
  5. Benaya Trabelsi
    Benaya Trabelsi 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    such a shame…a good teacher, quality content but such poor quality…

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  6. Arnulfo Elias
    Arnulfo Elias 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    2019 very helpful, I recommend watching all Mr Greg's A+ videos first then Watch Professor Messer's CompTia A+ videos you will thank me later!!!!

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  7. madhan kumar
    madhan kumar 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    sir very poor quality pls uplode cleared video

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  8. Chuck Norris
    Chuck Norris 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    I can't see your diagrams properly in 240p.

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  9. Venu Srivatsava
    Venu Srivatsava 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    poor quality.i cant see labels properly

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  10. stunli
    stunli 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    Thank you for the notice.

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  11. stunli
    stunli 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    It would've been a little more helpful if you posted in your description where you got the visuals for your presentation. Other than that, I'm learning a lot from you!

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  12. Only me
    Only me 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    Good lesson, bout in picture 3:35 ram and video must to change , thanks for the lesson mr.Greg

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  13. Greg French
    Greg French 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    I will have to give that some consideration. Thanks for the comment.

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  14. VENKAT PRABHU
    VENKAT PRABHU 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    graig, can u please do as a practical for us?

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  15. Manuel Suquilanda
    Manuel Suquilanda 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    is good video but not mani resource like entertelment training to public

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  16. gerikos
    gerikos 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    The videos are great, but the quality could be better.

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  17. Muskan Rai
    Muskan Rai 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    Thanks you teacher for your help. I am in Nepal and 17 yrs old. My family cannot pay me for course but i want to become computer expert. This video was great for me can you give me your e-mail address . You sure is a great teacher .

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  18. Lupe Valdez
    Lupe Valdez 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    Thank you for the videos!!! They still give you the basic idea of the A+ exam! I see you go through the flow of the study book. Thanks

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  19. marketingconsultantp
    marketingconsultantp 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    Great training Greg… especially how you go into great details.

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  20. John Gehrke
    John Gehrke 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    For better or worse technology changes fairly rapidly – this video in 2009 shows fairly antiquated technologies compared to nearly 2013 hardware – for example SATA and SSD drives are now standard. Best wishes for continued study.

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  21. alcas78dp5
    alcas78dp5 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    Thanks very much, Greg!

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  22. Greg French
    Greg French 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    CompTIA A+ certification is the ticket to get you started quickly.

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  23. Greg French
    Greg French 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    The test is taken online and most tech schools can provide the testing. You will have to do some research to find a good school locally. Just a good text and some practice tests might be enough. When you purchase the test voucher they will let you know the test can be taken.

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  24. Fractalesque
    Fractalesque 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    Hi Greg, I live in Barbados. If I really wanted to take the A+ course do you know of any locally accredited affiliated institutions? If not, do you know where/how I can take the course in Miami? Can I take the exam online?

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  25. Ryan Mraz
    Ryan Mraz 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    Why are you still talking about IDE??? I know it is some what still around, but now there is Serial ATA (SATA).

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  26. Ryan Mraz
    Ryan Mraz 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    AGP is old….

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  27. Pily Litardo
    Pily Litardo 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    Thanks for your lessons

    I'm 11 and trying to learn computer repair for my future job.

    Thanks Again

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  28. Greg French
    Greg French 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    No age limit.

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  29. vince oliver
    vince oliver 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    @healthyandyoung start your own business; fuck the employers. If you haven't got the drive to work for yourself, you probably won't be worthwhile for an employer. You got fire or you don't.

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  30. Lieutenant Bone
    Lieutenant Bone 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    @healthyandyoung NEVER LET THE PAST TAKE CONTROL OF YOU FUTURE EDUCATION IS ENDLESS, TAKE THE TRAINING AND BETTER YOURSELF, NEVER WORRY ABOUT YOUR PAST, ONLY YOUR FUTURE HOLDS YOUR DESTINY!! GOOD LUCK, I AM DOING IT I HAVE 8 MORE MONTHS, YOU CAN TOO!

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  31. Greg French
    Greg French 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    @healthyandyoung I have never run any, but I don't what HR does.

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  32. Dan Young
    Dan Young 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    @frenchge in your experience to those types of businesses usually run a background check? I'm not saying i would lie but that just shows whats important to them. if they always run a background check they might not be as willing to work with people on that. I am very interested in computers, mostly computer programming but i think doing computer repair would be a great starter job.

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  33. Greg French
    Greg French 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    @healthyandyoung Not sure…you should get a legal opinion. Might depend on the age you were when the offense occurred and the type of offense.

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  34. Dan Young
    Dan Young 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    If I have a criminal record (no felonies just misdimeanors) would I have a hard time getting a job in computer repair even if i am a+ certified? Or do you think I would be ok? It is 6 years old. I just dont want to invest a lot of time if its going to be really hard to get a job.

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  35. Mohamed Mujahith
    Mohamed Mujahith 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    You are doing great mate.. Keep up the good work.. Thank u..

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  36. RobertMcDermott101
    RobertMcDermott101 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    I made notes on your videos to read and to study with, Thank you so much for uploading these videos they really help 🙂

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  37. jsupra
    jsupra 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    You're a pretty good teacher, frenchge. I'll be watching more of your a+ vids. Ever since I was 10, I was fascinated by the computer but was afraid to ask questions about it.

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  38. Greg French
    Greg French 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    This CamStudio…I have recently moved to Camtasia

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  39. Greg French
    Greg French 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    About 2 years now…hope to get started on an update next month.

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  40. Greg French
    Greg French 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    Good points…thanks for the comments.

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  41. ColdCanuck50
    ColdCanuck50 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    "…it's hard to beat free."

    Granted, free is better than nothing, but $39 for the previously mentioned applications is a good deal to keep you comfortably virus-free.
    Free AV programs have the unfortunate habit of missing newer malware because of slower definition updates.
    If a computer user CAN afford the cost of the paid subscription, it is worth it to be safe.

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  42. Greg French
    Greg French 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    Thanks for the info. Avira, Avast, AVG free versions for personal use still out perform most. However, there are several non-free products as mentioned that also perform very well, but it's hard to beat free.

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  43. ColdCanuck50
    ColdCanuck50 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    @frenchge Currently, the two best consumer, small footprint Anti-Virus applications are Kaspersky and ESET NOD32.

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  44. Greg French
    Greg French 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    Avira, Avast, and AVG out perform most.

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  45. Greg French
    Greg French 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    The last 20+ years computers have been designed for processing, communication, and sharing information.

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  46. Greg French
    Greg French 7 January, 2022, 02:35

    The last 20+ years computers have been designed for, processing, communication, and sharing information.

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