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Installing and Configuring Printers – CompTIA A+ 220-801: 4.2

Installing and Configuring Printers – CompTIA A+ 220-801: 4.2

Last modified on September 25th, 2019 at 4:26 pm

If you’re planning on installing a new printer, you’ll need to have all of the right pieces to make everything work properly. In this video, you’ll learn the importance of the correct printer driver and how to connect and share your wired or wireless printer.

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Device Connectors and Cables – CompTIA A+ 220-801: 1.11

Device Connectors and Cables – CompTIA A+ 220-801: 1.11

Last modified on September 25th, 2019 at 4:47 pm

There are many different types of devices that can connect to your computer, and many of them use completely different connectors. In this video, you’ll learn about the cables and connectors used for hard drives, USB devices, FireWire components, parallel links, serial connections, network links, and much more.

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Which serial interface is rated at a maximum speed of 480 megabits per second?

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CompTIA Network+ N10-005: 3.2 – Copper Connectors

CompTIA Network+ N10-005: 3.2 – Copper Connectors

We use many different copper connectors to network our computers, and some of them are more common than others. In this video, you’ll learn about some of the copper connectors we use for networking our devices.

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CompTIA A+ 220-701: 1.2 – I/O Interfaces

CompTIA A+ 220-701: 1.2 – I/O Interfaces

Last modified on October 7th, 2019 at 1:39 pm

If you look at the back of any computer, you’ll find many different ports staring back at you. In this video, you’ll learn to recognize some of the most common motherboard ports and connectors, including audio ports, video ports, and communication interfaces.

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Which drive technology uses serial connections?

Which drive technology uses serial connections?

Last modified on August 13th, 2012 at 5:13 pm

Which storage drive technology uses point-to-point serial links to make its connections, and does not require any special ribbon cable wiring or master-slave configurations?

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