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Form 1   Term 1  Week 8.1
Form 1   Term 1  Week 8.1
Form 1   Term 1  Week 8.1
Form 1   Term 1  Week 8.1
Form 1   Term 1  Week 8.1
Form 1   Term 1  Week 8.1
Form 1   Term 1  Week 8.1
Form 1   Term 1  Week 8.1
Form 1   Term 1  Week 8.1
Form 1   Term 1  Week 8.1
Form 1   Term 1  Week 8.1
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Form 1 Term 1 Week 8.1

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  • 1. INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY SHS 1 Term 1~ Week 8.1 Specific Objective ~ 1.2.3
  • 2. INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS BOOT, REBOOT AND HOW TO SHUT DOWN COMPUTER CORRECTLY
  • 3. BOOTING PROCESS
    • There are two main types of booting also know as starting the machine.
    • They are :
      • Turning On / Cold Booting
      • Restarting / Warm Booting
  • 4. BOOTING DEFINITION
    • Turning On / Cold Booting: The process of starting the machine from cold state or off state. (i.e. from socket)‏
    • Restarting / Warm Booting: This process of resets the system unit after it has been in operation for sometimes.
  • 5. TURNING ON BY THE NUMBERS
    • Switch on main power.
    • Switch on the MONITOR .
    • Wait for the Monitor's Indicator to light up either green or amber.
    • Switch on the peripherals (eg. Printer; if any).
    • Switch on the SYSTEM UNIT.
    • Wait for the machine to startup
  • 6. WHAT IF . . .
      • You get no light for either the Monitor or System Unit?
        • Check the power cord and ensure it is plugged in and turned on.
      • What if the machine takes a long time to turn on?
        • Please try and be patient it may take several minutes to turn on.
      • When in doubt ask for help!
  • 7. RE-STARTING ~ PREFERRED METHOD
    • Exit All Programs and Close All Windows. (So The Task Bar Is Empty)‏
    • Single Left Click (SLC) on START MENU.
    • SLC on TURN OFF COMPUTER.
    • SLC on RESTART.
    • Wait for the machine to restart.
  • 8. RE-STARTING ~ ALTERNATIVE METHOD
    • It involves one step two times in rapid succession
    • Press the Ctrl + Al t + Del keys simultaneously.
    • This practice is not permitted in the APSEC ICT Laboratory and any student caught performing this action will be punished.
  • 9. TURNING OFF / SHUTTING DOWN BY THE NUMBERS
    • Exit All Programs and Close All Windows. ‏
    • Single Left Click (SLC) on START MENU.
    • SLC on TURN OFF COMPUTER.
    • SLC on TURN OFF.
  • 10. TURNING OFF / SHUTTING DOWN BY THE NUMBERS (Cont'd)
    • Wait for the monitor to read, “It Is Now Safe To Turn Off Your Computer.”
    • Switch off the System Unit.
    • Switch peripherals off.
    • Switch off the Monitor.
    • Turn off the main power.
  • 11. QUESTIONS BUY YOU CLASSNOTES

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