Chapter 3 Labs 1 and 2 - replacement The wireless card in...

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Chapter 3: Lab 1 Objective: In this lab we will use the Windows System Information utility to record some of the system details. Access the utility as directed and record the required information. Then you will move to the exercises. Materials Required: PC Lab Preparation: Read Chapter 3 Activity Background: N/A 1. Right click the windows button, select run, and enter command.
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2. Record aplicable data from System Summary.
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3. Select components then record aplicable data from CD-ROM.
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4. Record aplicable data from Sound Device.
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5. Record aplicable data from Display.
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6. Record aplicable data from Printing. 7. Provide full OS name recorded. 8. Provide OS version recorded. 9. Enter name of processor manufacturer. 10. Enter the amount of Installed Physical Memory. 11. Enter the amount of Total Virtual Memory. 12. Enter the CD-ROM drive letter.
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13. Enter name of sound device manufacturer. 14. Enter the display resolution. 15. Provide HP Officejetmodel number. 16. Results: Chapter 3: Lab 2 Objective: In this lab, you will replace a failed Mini PCI wireless card with a known good
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Unformatted text preview: replacement. The wireless card in your laptop has failed. You have decided against using a USB alternative and want to use an approved Mini PCI replacement. Materials Required: PC Lab Preparation: Read Chapter 3 Activity Background: N/A 1. After removing the AC Power, Battery, and cover for the Mini PCI WIFI card: remove the antennas from the card. 2. Release the latches and the card will pop up 15 degrees. (same concept as with SO-DIMM) 3. Remove the old card. 4. Replace the new the Mini PCI WIFI card. 5. Put card in place, ensure the latches are secured, and attach the antenna cables. 6. How many pins on a Mini PCI card? 7. How many pins on a Mini PCIe card? 8. What type of cable connector is used for a wireless network card? 9. To which standard must your wireless adapter comply? 10. How would you know your wireless adapter is a Mini PCI card? 11. Results:...
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