Converting Numbers CPT 176 201210
Convert the following decimal numbers to binary:
1. 120 (decimal) = _ (binary)
2. 166 (decimal) = _ (binary)
Complete the following table:
Amount of cycles per second
Command Prompt Exercise
So Joe gave us an exercise to do in class the other day, hopefully I can explain the steps better for
So to begin, Create a folder on the C:\ drive called Data. Okay,
this is all good and well, we need to rememb
Operating System Lab CPT 176 201220
1. List four major functions of an OS.
2. What is the next Microsoft operating system for desktop computers to be released?
3. Which Windows XP operating system is a 64-bit OS?
4. The taskbar notification area includes
Storage Devices Lab Assignment
CPT 176 201220
1. What is the job of a computers hard disk?
2. How many PATA hard disks (or other types of ATA/IDE drives) can be connected to a
single data cable?
3. How many SATA hard disks can be connected to a single dat
CPT 176 Test 3 Study Guide
1. What company acquired Android code in 2005 and has a leadership role in its development?
2. What must you do before using a new iPad or iPod touch?
3. What does jailbreaking do?
4. A SIM card is used for which of the followin
Command Line Lab
Many of you may not have spent very much time at the Windows command line. Some of you
may think its obsolete. Others may already be proficient users of the UNIX command line.
Command line interfaces are still with us
BIOS Lab CPT 176 201210
1. What parts of the computer does the POST check?
2. How does the BIOS report problems during POST?
3. What two things should be done before a Flash BIOS update is performed?
4. Define BIOS
5. Define POST
6. Define CMOS
7. You hav
CPT 176 Test 4 Study Guide
1. What keystroke should you press to get a logon window if you don't use the welcome screen?
2. What statement is true regarding the Guest account in Windows 7?
3. What statement regarding passwords on Windows is accurate?
IT Essentials: PC Hardware and Software v4.0
Chapter 5 - Lab/Student
5.6.3 Lab: Windows Registry Backup and Recovery
Print and complete this lab.
In this lab, you will back up a computer registry. You will also perform a recovery of a compute
Network Operating Systems Fundamentals
Command Line Lab
Many of you may not have spent much time at the Windows command line. Some of you may think its
obsolete. Others may already be proficient users of the UNIX command line. Command line interfaces
Lab 2.3 Choose the Right Power Supply
1. The following chart shows the estimated power requirements for components inside a computer case.
These estimates come from the web site PC Power and Cooling, Inc. at
Chapter 17 Networking Lab
Open the command prompt window (Start, Run, cmd) and press Enter.
1. Perform an ipconfig command on your PC. Record the following information:
a. IP Address: _
b. Subnet Mask: _
c. Default Gateway: _
2. Perform an ipconfig /all c
Form Factor, Motherboard and Processor Hands On Lab
1. Open case and take out the motherboard. How is the motherboard separated from the case?
2. What brand is the processor?
3. What type of motherboard is used (form factor)?
4. What type of slot is
Video Card and Video Display Lab Exercise
1. Look at the back of a computer; is the video display onboard or a video card? How can
2. Based on question #1, what type of video connection do you have?
3. Your friend has a computer with onboard vid
Lab 11.4 Edit the Registry with Regedit
CPT 176 Chapter 11 Lab: Edit The Registry With Regedit
Windows allows you to create a restore point so that you can restore Windows to a time before any
changes were made. Follow these directions to back up the syst
CPT 176 Chapter 12 Lab Find a Driver for an Unknown Device
1. Find your network adapter and open its Properties box. Find the tab on this box that displays the brand
and model of your NIC and the provider and version number of its driver. Take a screen sh
CPT 176 Chapter 14 Lab: Sabotage and Repair Windows 7
Trade systems with another group, and sabotage the other groups system while it sabotages your
system. Do one thing that will cause the system to fail to boot, display errors after the boot, or prevent
Chapter 5: Supporting Processors and Upgrading Memory - 201510
Using the Hiren BootCD, use any of the following System Information Tools to answer the questions
in Part 1.
CPU-Z 1.61 - It gathers information on some of the main devices of your system.
How to convert numbers into binary numbers
Start with a number: for example, 72
1. List the numbers 128, 64, 32, 16, 8, 4, 2, 1 as seem below:
128 | 64| 32| 16| 8| 4| 2| 1
2. Going down the list of numbers above, determine if the number can go into the nu