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By Jean Andrews

This publication covers the certification examination good, so far as the subjects. yet so far as the knowledge it comprises, i don't believe it really is sufficient to go the examination. The movies at the cd are only a waste of time; unlike it is easy to examine a lot from them. no longer a nasty publication total, yet wishes one other publication to enrich it.

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Note that in addition, a digital monitor can use a digital video connector, and a printer sometimes uses a universal serial bus (USB) connector (see Figure 1-7). 1 7 1 HARDWARE INSIDE THE COMPUTER CASE Most storage and all processing of data and instructions are done inside the computer case, so before we look at components used for storage and processing, let’s look at what you see when you first open the computer case. Most computers contain these devices inside the case (see Figure 1-8): A motherboard containing the CPU, memory, and other components A floppy drive, hard drive, and CD drive used for permanent storage A power supply with power cords supplying electricity to all devices inside the case Circuit boards used by the CPU to communicate with devices inside and outside the case Cables connecting devices to circuit boards and the motherboard CD-RW drive Power supply Power cords going to various components Case exhaust fan CPU cooler unit Motherboard with CPU installed 40-pin IDE cable Floppy drive cable Floppy drive Hard drive Rear of case Serial ATA cable Circuit boards (expansion cards) Front of case Figure 1-8 Inside the computer case Some of the first things you’ll notice when you look inside 8 Video a computer case are circuit boards.

1 IDE cable going to CD-ROM drive Secondary IDE connector Primary IDE connector IDE cable going to hard drive Figure 1-17 Using a parallel ATA interface, a motherboard has two IDE connectors, each of which can accommodate two devices; a hard drive usually connects to the motherboard using the primary IDE connector motherboard can accommodate up to four IDE devices in one system. Hard drives, Zip drives, CD drives, DVD drives, and tape drives, among other devices, can use these four IDE connections, which are controlled by the chipset.

A crystal on the motherboard (Figure 1-27), similar to that found in watches, generates the oscillation that produces the continuous pulses of the system clock. Traces carry these pulses over the motherboard to chips and expansion slots to ensure that all activities are synchronized. Motherboard crystal generates the system clock Figure 1-27 The system clock is a pulsating electrical signal sent out by this component that works much like a crystal in a wristwatch (one line, or circuit, on the motherboard bus is dedicated to carrying this pulse) Remember that everything in a computer is binary, and this includes the activities themselves.

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