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01-04-2002, 10:28 AM
anyone like to suggest some decent books on A+, I live in the bush in Aus so I cant take a Tafe or similar course, but desparetly would like the knowledge of A+, ( i have an electronics background in radio tv and transmitters, but computers are very new to me .. so i need the best Book/s to teach myself about the hardware in computers..

I have looked at various books but have no way of knowing who or what is the better... or who is teaching you to be a valve jockey and who is teaching you all ....

any suggestions most appreciated http://www.PCGuide.com/ubb/smile.gif



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01-04-2002, 10:36 AM
Here's what you do. Go over to amazon and search for Mike Myers. Anything he writes is industry standard and he's good. He has an All in one A+ Certification exam guide out now. Also go to the google.com and type in A+ exam study guides and you can find the free stuff cause free is good. These guys here will give you some links cause they're good too. Good Luck

01-08-2002, 06:22 AM
G'Day Indocid,
How's things me old?

Are you aware of the following books:
A+ Certification Training Guide Third Edition
Copyright 2001 Charles J Brooks/Marcraft International Corporation

Upgrading and Repairing PC's Thirteenth Edition
Copyright 2002 Scott Mueller/Que

Also of additional interest for you maybe:
Learn to Repair, Upgrade and Build Personal Computers
TAFE Accredited Course Number 15453VIC www.visionfix.com.au (http://www.visionfix.com.au)

Hope this helps you.