Diploma in Computer Hardware Maintenance & Networking
What you'll study
Course in Hardware and Networking provides a good foundation for undergraduates and graduates. This course teaches students fundamentals of electronics and you can deal with the latest in computer technology.
Learn to assemble, install, upgrade and troubleshoot computer hardware. Learn to network PCs and other peripheral devices, Learn to manage the network and become a Network engineer, Learn to control the server and become a server admin, Learn to fly in opportunities of new Cloud Technology be becoming Cloud Architect
This course is suitable for beginners or people who are new to the PC & Networking world. After the completion of this course the candidate will be able to identify the functionality of computer peripherals and network topologies and will know how to assemble and install the client operating system on the computer.
- Duration: 360 Hrs
- Course Code:DP-02
- Skill level:Begin/inter
- Assessments: yes
- Understanding PC
- Components & Maintenance
- Using Multimeter & Solder Kit
- Computer Software Installation
- Trouble Shooting PC Problems
- Computer Hardware Study
- Display Card, I/O Card, PC Assembly
- CMOS Setup
- Input, Output & Storage Devices
- Refilling of DMP, Inkjet, Laser Ink Cartages
- Removing of Virus & Other Attacks
- LAN Topologies & Protocols
- OSI Model
- PC Sharing
- Network Cabling and Trouble Shooting
- Setting of Internet
- Installation of Dial up
- Broad Band (Internet)
Frequently Asked Questions
When your computer is turned on, the microprocessor gets the first instruction from the basic input/output system (BIOS) that comes with the computer as part of its memory. After that, either the BIOS, or the operating system that BIOS loads into computer memory, or an application progam is "driving" the microprocessor, giving it instructions to perform.
The BIOS is a computer chip on the motherboard. This chip contains a special program that helps the computer processor interact and control the other components in the computer. Without the BIOS, the processor would not know how to interact or interface with the computer components, and the computer would not be able to function.
The CMOS is also a computer chip on the motherboard, but more specifically, it is a RAM chip, which stores information about the computer components, as well as settings for those components. However, normal RAM chips lose the information stored in them when power is no longer supplied to them.