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CIS 231 Computer Troubleshooting
Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisite: CIS 221 and 230 or consent of instructor

This class is an introduction to diagnosing and troubleshooting of hardware systems built upon the Windows/Intel 80x86 architecture. The class covers basic strategies for troubleshooting as well as specific solutions to commonly found problems. Problems specifically associated with networking will also be covered. The class will introduce basic concepts such as binary and hexadecimal numbering systems and tools such as DOS commands that can be useful in troubleshooting systems. It will also look at some basic date file formats. (1.2) Proficiency Credit Not Available Pass/No Credit Not Available