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    • Notes from HSC task ITVET – Notes on questions
    • Q1
      • Routine Hardware maintenance means testing and cleaning of equipment on a regular or often or scheduled basis.
      • Examples : Damage to electrical cables, cleaning monitors, removing dust from keyboards, blowing out dust from motherboard, cleaning the internal fan from the system box.
    • b
      • Because the client’s computer may not be reading data from the floppy disc correctly and the drive needs cleaning.
      • It should be cleaned on a regular basis to ensure reliable operation.
    • ii
      • Ordering.
      • Check the consumables records, if non were on back order, then request re-stock from the appropriate person.
    • iii
      • These items are not recommended by the manufacturer
      • Lint, dust, dirt, easily ripped appart, causing damage to the device.
      • These items pose and OH&S risk to the staff.
    • iv
      • Allergy
      • Eye contaminates
      • Hazardous Chemical.
    • i
      • Error checking is
      • Defrag is
      • To ensure optimal performance in reliability, capacity and access speed.
    • Cd-ROM
      • LINT FREE CLOTH
      • WIPE FROM THE CENTRE TO THE OUTSIDE EDGE
      • Disconnect the power
      • Reconnect the power
      • Test the keyboard
      • Disconnect the power
      • Disconnect the keyboard from system box
      • Go a clean area away from the desk
      • Wipe keys with mild detergent and soft cloth
      • Use cotton bus to clean in between the keys
      • Leave for an appropriate time to dry
      • Vacuum or use air-can to remove dust
      • Reconnect the keyboard
      • Reconnect the power
      • Test the keyboard
    • Homework
      • Briefly describe the procedure for removing temporary and unwanted files before defragging a hard disc.