Common symptoms o No display o Dim display o Flickering display o Sticking keys

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to the appropriate procedures. Common symptoms o No display o Dim display o Flickering display o Sticking keys o Intermittent wireless o Battery not charging o Ghost cursor/pointer drift o No power o Num lock indicator lights o No wireless connectivity o No Bluetooth connectivity o Cannot display to external monitor o Touchscreen non-responsive o Apps not loading o Slow performance o Unable to decrypt email o Extremely short battery life o Overheating o Frozen system o No sound from speakers o GPS not functioning o Swollen battery Disassembling processes for proper re-assembly o Document and label cable and screw locations o Organize parts o Refer to manufacturer resources o Use appropriate hand tools 4.6 Given a scenario, troubleshoot printers with appropriate tools. Common symptoms o Streaks
CompTIA A+ 220-901 Certification Exam Objectives version1 16 of 25 Copyright © 2015 by the Computing Technology Industry Association. All rights reserved. The CompTIA A+ 220-901 Objectives are subject to change without notice. o Faded prints o Ghost images o Toner not fused to the paper o Creased paper o Paper not feeding o Paper jam o No connectivity o Garbled characters on paper o Vertical lines on page o Backed up print queue o Low memory errors o Access denied o Printer will not print o Color prints in wrong print color o Unable to install printer o Error codes o Printing blank pages o No image on printer display Tools o Maintenance kit o Toner vacuum o Compressed air o Printer spooler CompTIA A+ Acronyms Introduction The following is a list of acronyms which appear on the CompTIA A+ exams. Candidates are encouraged to review the complete list and attain a working knowledge of all listed acronyms as a part of a comprehensive exam preparation program. Acronym Definition AC alternating current ACL access control list ACPI advanced configuration power interface ACT activity ADSL asymmetrical digital subscriber line AGP accelerated graphics port AHCI Advanced host controller interface AP Access point APIPA automatic private internet protocol addressing APM advanced power management ARP address resolution protocol ASR automated system recovery ATA advanced technology attachment
CompTIA A+ 220-901 Certification Exam Objectives version1 17 of 25 Copyright © 2015 by the Computing Technology Industry Association. All rights reserved. The CompTIA A+ 220-901 Objectives are subject to change without notice. ATAPI advanced technology attachment packet interface ATM asynchronous transfer mode ATX advanced technology extended AUP Acceptable Use Policy A/V Audio Video BIOS basic input/output system BNC Bayonet-Neill-Concelman or British Naval Connector BTX balanced technology extended CAPTCHA Completely Automated Public Turing Test To Tell Computers and Humans Apart CCFL Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp CD compact disc CD-ROM compact disc-read-only memory CD-RW compact disc-rewritable CDFS compact disc file system CFS Central File System, Common File System, Command File System CIFS Common Internet File System CMOS complementary metal-oxide semiconductor CNR

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