1. Create a restore point
2. Install adobe reader
4. Create another restore point
5. Restore to a time before adobe reader
6. Is Adobe Reader gone? Yes.
7. Use WinRE to Restore to a point AFTER the Adobe install
8. Is Adobe Reader back? Yes.
a. What is the IP address of the computer? 192.168.0.100
What is the subnet mask of the computer? 255.255.255.0
g. What is the default gateway of the computer? 192168.0.1
The IP address range served by the WRS1 over DHCP is 192.168.0.100/24. Is PC0 IP
sure if 9 was South Bridge or just Heat Sink.
2. CPU Power
3. Back Panel Connectors
4. System Fan
6. RAM Slots
7. Main Power
8. SATA ports
9. South Bridge
15.Front Panel Connector
Lab: The Command Line
customize the command line
use DOS commands to view, navigate, create and delete directories
use DOS commands to copy, move, rename, delete files and change attributes
Background: All computer and network technicians s
1. What are the three view types for the control panel? Category, Large Icons, Small Icons
2. How do you add/remove Windows Features? Control Panel > Programs > Programs and
Features > Turn Windows Features On or Of
3. What is the file name for power opti
File systems: FAT vs NTFS:
NTFS The current standard of Windows file systems. Has built-in security features. Allows
compression. Allows for custom file attributes and permissions. Maximum volume size is 16TB.
FAT exFAT, FAT16, or FAT32. Mainly optimized
1. Browse the C: drive and indicate the paths for the following items and how you found them:
- Administrator profile folder This PC > Windows (C:) > Users. I checked the Users folder on
my C: Drive.
Dfrg.exe This > Windows (C:) > Windows > System32. I
Networking command line lab
You will be turning in screenshots of the successful commands highlighted in yellow in a word document
for this assignment. Also answer the questions in 12 and 13.
1. Take a small desktop PC (needs to have Windows installed on
1. What is a mobile device? Basically a handheld size computing device. Usually a smartphone.
Has a display screen, input/output, network connectivity, and an OS. Cellular connectivity as
2. What is the difference between a mobile device and a lapto
1. What is the difference between safe mode and diagnostic startup? In safe mode, Microsoft has
preset services and startup items to run. In diagnostic startup, you can choose which services
and startup items will be available.
2. How do you access safe m
1. Create a user account:
Users name: Luke Skywalker
Set the account so that the password never expires and the user must change the password at next
logon. Cannot have both boxes checked at the same time.
What can a user do with a limited account? A user can do everything an administrator account can do
except for things that affect other users and/or the integrity of the computer.
What limitations does this type of an account have? It cannot change settin
Boot from WinRE
Open command prompt
Run Diskpart to determine the System Partition drive (list volume)
Delete osk.exe (in windows\sytem32)
Rename cmd.exe to osk.exe
Click the accessibility options (blue shell lookin
Which libraries can be backed up (Step 4)? Documents, Videos, Music, Pictures, pretty much any data
Windows Backup will not backup which items (Step 4)? Program Files, files stored on a FAT file system,
files from the recycle bin, temporary files l
The Details area on the bottom of the Computer window displays information about the J: drive.
What is the File System? FAT32
How much Free Space is shown? 495 MB
What is the File system of the J: drive (Step 6)? Still FAT32
List the tabs found in the NEW
Open the command prompt. What is the drive path shown? C:\
What is the command to change directory? cd
What is the command to display the contents in a directory? dir
Change back to original drive path. What is the drive path shown? C:\Users\Alex
Lab Mobile Devices
For this lab, we will be using iPad Mini 4 and ASUS Zentab.
Do NOT, under any circumstance, remove the covers from the tablets.
Do NOT perform any system updates.
Do NOT change the password/passcode for any devices or email
Repair the boot sector:
Lets say you booted your computer and you see this:
One of 3 things has gone bad:
A master boot record (MBR)
A boot sector
A Boot Configuration Data (BCD) store
1. Boot to Windows Recovery Environment It will be easiest to mount th
Can you see the shared folder Cisco? Yes
State the benefits of Windows Firewall. It can help prevent hackers or malicious software (such as
worms) from gaining access to your computer through a network or the Internet. A firewall can also
help stop your c
Select the open browser and then click Switch to. What happened to the browser? It is brought to the
front and becomes the active window.
In the Open field type Notepad and then click OK. What happens? Notepad is opened behind Task
Enter the User password us3rIT. Did you gain access to the BIOS? No.
Enter the Supervisor password sup3IT. Did you gain access to the BIOS? Yes.
What message appeared? Changes have been saved.
What do you notice about the Guest account icon? There is now
How to Update BIOS
For each of these items, start with how you determine what BIOS update you need and
where you find the update. Go through the basic steps to update the BIOS ending with
rebooting the computer. Remember: these are to be generic steps, no
Definitions: BIOS and CMOS
Firmware: Support software for the hardware.
BIOS Basic Input/Output Services Programming that allows the hardware to communicate with
Features found/modified in BIOS: (FYI)
Definitions: HD and removable media (memory cards)
Platters Individual disks in a hard drive.
cylinders Tracks on both sides of the platter at a particular diameter is a cylinder.
tracks - Goes across the platter
1. Describe clock rate and how it is measured. Clock rate is the amount of clock cycles that a CPU
handles at any given time. It is measured in cycles per second, i.e. 3.0 GHz is 3 billion cycles per
2. Why do we use data transfer
Sound and Display properties
ALEX IS USING WINDOWS 10 VERSION 1511(OS BUILD 10586.71)
1. Which tab(s)\location do you use to adjust speaker volume? Volume Mixer in
2. Which tab would you use to manage sound drivers? Device M
Volatile Memory Storage devices that needs constant power to retain data. Loses data when powered
Non-Volatile Storage devices that retain data even without power.
RAM Random Access Memory. It is a computers main memory used short-te
CPU and RAM lab
READ ALL OF THE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE STARTING THIS LAB
Make sure all power cables are unplugged from the PC. Remove the heatsink from the CPU. You may
have to give it a wiggle or twist to get it to easily lift off the CPU. Do not just pull
Power Supply definitions
Voltage: Voltage is the amount of pressure is pushing through a circuit or wire.
Amperage: The rate of electrons that can move past a particular point.
Wattage: Volts x Amps = Watts
Ohms: An electrical resistance between two point
partitioning tool did you like best and why? I liked using diskpart the best. I like the simplicity of it
and using the command line was good practice for running commands as it is not something that I
am used to using.
2. Which partitioning tool would yo
Laptops Chapter 9
Desktop replacement: A laptop that does everything that people want in a desktop PC. Most
Desktop replacement laptops have a big screen, a full size keyboard, an optical drive and lots
of hard drive storage. These are usu
Test the power supply by jumping the green and black wires on the power supply
Make sure ALL cables from power supply are unplugged from computer first!
Question: Did the power supply turn on? What does this test tell you and more importantly,