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learning installation and troubleshooting for various OS

by mayankrothe / June 4, 2008 4:44 PM PDT

NEW TO THE IT FIELD................

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by MarkFlax Forum moderator / June 4, 2008 8:19 PM PDT

You didn't ask a question.


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want to know the detalied features a SERVICE PACK provides
by mayankrothe / June 5, 2008 1:55 PM PDT
In reply to: And?

ie. different type of patches.....anti virus definitions ........or about the bug WIN XP

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Then start reading

Then start reading. Microsoft's Knowledge Base, or the MSKB, is a good place to start. Every patch that is released has a "kbxxxx" appended to the name, and that corresponds to some MSKB article detailing that particular patch. It's truly exciting stuff that'll have you on the edge of your seat, biting your nails in suspense.

Of course service packs have nothing to do with virus definitions, so consider that lesson #1.

In general though, it's as Bob says. Most of the good techs start by doing, and making mistakes along the way. Learning from those mistakes is key. You might want to buy an older system off craigslist or ebay, and just abuse the hell out of it. Try anything and everything with the software, and even the hardware. It's not your main system, so TRY to break things, and then try to fix them.

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diffrence between home and office edition of OS
by mayankrothe / June 5, 2008 2:27 PM PDT
In reply to: And?

I want to know the key difference in office & home edition of aopertaing system.

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Here you go ...
by Edward ODaniel / June 6, 2008 10:24 AM PDT
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Just like baseball?
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / June 4, 2008 11:43 PM PDT

You go to a training camp, be the rookie, take a few balls to the noggin and learn your way along?

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