How to take CompTIA IT Certifications in Milwaukee area

Imagine we lived in a world where you could walk into a preferred employer’s office and tell them I am a computer technician and I am the greatest computer technician you would ever see on the face of this earth .Also, you explained to them all the great reasons why they should hire you and they actually gave you the position. I wish this was so but it’s just not reality, you have to have credentials to prove that you have the skills get the job done efficiently. One way to showcase that you have the skills support and repair computers is by obtaining your CompTIA A+ Certification. How does one go about adding CompTIA A+ Certification to one’s resume? First you must prepare yourself for the exams. Currently there are two exams that you must study for and they are the A+ 220-801 & 802 exams. CompTIA A+ 220-801 exams covers computer technology fundamentals, such as PC installation, configuration, mobile devices, and networking along with safety training. CompTIA A+ 220-802 exams covers installing and configuring PC and mobile operating system. Also, the CompTIA A+ 220-802 covers common functions in networking, email and security. The question format of the exams are Multiple choice questions (single and multiple response), drag and drops and performance-based. The exams comes in Languages other than English. The exams also translated in Japanese, German, Thai, Spanish, Simplified Chinese, French, Arabic, Brazilian and Portuguese. The price of each exam is varies depending on what The CompTIA exam Package you run with: Basic Package o 1 Exam voucher Cost – $199 Deluxe Package o 1 Exam voucher...

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Cha Vang

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Make sure you have all the following components: Motherboard/Processor/Heat Sink Back plating for peripherals Power Supply Graphic Card Hard Drive Memory Computer Case Screw Driver/Screws CD-ROM/DVD-ROM   1. Now that you have all parts in arms reach, start off by inserting the peripheral plate into the computer case. 2. The next step you’ll need the following parts motherboard, processor, and heat sink. Now take the processor an insert it into the CPU slot follow the arrows, as there is only one way the processor will fit. (Do not push down on the processor, you can potential bend the pins) Once this is completed use the latch on the side of the slot to fasten the processor down. After you have fasten the processor down, put some thermal paste onto the processor. Now put the heat sink on top of the processor.(use the side guides to help you secure the heat sink onto the motherboard, now use the leaver on the heat sink to fasten it to the board. 3. Now take the spacer screws and use the motherboard as a reference, you’ll need to insert these screws into the computer case.(The screws creates a space between the board and the physical computer case) Once this is completed gentle put the motherboard into the case make sure the spacer screws line up with the motherboard holes. Once everything is lined up insert the screws into the hole and fasten them to the computer case.(Make that all holes line up, so do not screw everything down completely before the holes line up) 4. Now we are ready to install Memory sticks,...