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Hi,
I'm beginner pc technician
and i'm looking for good book
to sharp my skills.

Please recommend me about a good book to start
with.
Mostly i intersted in pc troubleshooting reference,
means book which lists common pc problem and
their solutions.

Thanks.
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by:slink9
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I have a book that I bought to study up for my A+ which is quite good.  It is called A+ Certification by Osborne Press.  When you have finished going through that and practicing what you have learned you will be able to take your A+ exam.
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by:Toquerrio
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There are several books you can find for this certification. I would suggest going to www.amazon.com and find a current book on the latest exam. I suggest also to got the www.comptia.org and look at the latest exam objectives so that you would know what to study.Remeber, the best study in hands-on so try to find used books on computer repair from amazon, and have an old computer on hand to try some of the examples. The major part of the A+ exam is troubleshooting. You should have a clear understanding of the hardware/software and overall troubleshooting before attempting to take the exam.
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by:kiranghag
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i have used
1. complete pc upgrade and troubleshooting guide by mark minasi in my earlier days and i found it to be very well.
2. inside ibm PC by peter norton


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Please explain, why a B?
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