Few components affect the PC user like the video system, the primary output for the PC. As you know from the textbook, the video system has two main hardware components—monitor and display adapter—that work together to produce the image on your screen. Both components must be installed and configured properly in Windows or your viewing pleasure will be seriously compromised. Good techs know how to do video right!
In this set of labs, you’ll install a display adapter, hook up a monitor, load video drivers, and configure Windows for optimal viewing. You’ll then work with the growing practice ...