Computer Hardware and Networking Course

Hardware and Networking course Hardware and Networking course

Posted by Team CTTI on 2023-06-16 07:22:20 | Last Updated by Team CTTI on 2024-03-04 15:11:44

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Computer Hardware and Networking Course




In todays fast-paced digital world, computer hardware and Networking has become an essential skill for professionals in the IT industry. With the increasing demand for skilled technicians and network administrators, CTTI Computer Education in Mangalore has been offering comprehensive courses in computer hardware and networking since 2007. With a team of experienced faculty, affordable fees, placement assistance, and updated knowledge, CTTI is the perfect place to kick-start your career in this exciting field.


Why Choose CTTI Computer Education, Mangalore?

Established in 2007

CTTI Computer Education has been a pioneer in providing quality computer education in Mangalore for over 15 years. With a strong foundation and a proven track record, the institute has helped numerous students achieve their career goals in the IT industry.


 Experienced Faculty

The faculty at CTTI Computer Education consists of professionals with decades of experience in the field of computer hardware and networking. Their expertise and dedication ensure that students receive the best possible education and hands-on training to excel in their careers.


Affordable Fee Structure

CTTI Computer Education believes in providing quality education at an affordable cost. The fee structure is designed to be accessible to students from all walks of life, ensuring that everyone has the opportunity to learn and grow in the field of computer hardware and networking.


Placement Assistance

One of the key features of CTTI Computer Education is its placement assistance program. The institute has strong ties with leading IT companies and helps students secure job placements upon successful completion of their courses. This support ensures that students can confidently enter the job market and start their careers on the right foot.

Updated Knowledge

The world of computer hardware and networking is constantly evolving, and staying up-to-date with the latest advancements is crucial for success in the industry. CTTI Computer Education ensures that its curriculum is regularly updated to include the latest technologies and industry trends, providing students with the most relevant and current knowledge.


Course Offerings

CTTI Computer Education offers a range of courses in computer hardware and networking, catering to the needs of both beginners and experienced professionals. Some of the popular courses include:

Certificate Course in Computer Hardware and Networking

Certificate Course in Computer Hardware (CCH)

Certificate Course in Networking (CCN)

These courses address a variety of topics related to computer hardware and networking, including setting  up and managing networks, building and repairing computer systems, installing and configuring operating systems, and putting in place network security measures. The comprehensive computer hardware and networking curriculum provided by CTTI Computer Education is created to give students the skills and information they need to succeed in the IT sector. To ensure that students have a thorough understanding of the subject, the course covers a variety of topics, including a fundamental laptop course.

Here is a thorough overview of the subjects covered in CTTI Computer Education course on computer hardware and networking.

Computer System Fundamentals
Overview of computer systems and their components
Different types of computers, including desktops, laptops, servers, and more
Recognizing how input, output, and storage devices work.

Introduction to laptop components and their functions:

Basic Laptop Course

How to assemble and disassemble a laptop.

How to address typical laptop problems like overheating, and Display problems.
Best practices for laptop upkeep

Computer Hardware  

Recognizing the functions of memory, storage, and CPUs.
Installing and configuring various hardware components, including motherboards, processors, RAM, and hard drives.
Assembling and disassembling computer systems.
Hardware troubleshooting.


Installing Operating Systems (Windows 8 and Windows 10)

1.    Prepare the installation media: Download the Windows 8 or Windows 10 ISO file from Microsofts website and create a bootable USB drive using a tool like Rufus or the Windows Media Creation Tool.

2.    Boot from the installation media: Insert the bootable USB drive into the target computer and restart it. Press the appropriate key (usually F2, F10, F12, or DEL) to enter the BIOS/UEFI settings. Change the boot order to prioritize the USB drive and save the settings.

3.    Install Windows: The Windows Setup screen will appear. Follow the on-screen instructions to select your language, time and currency format, and keyboard layout. Click "Install Now" and enter your product key (if prompted). Accept the license terms and choose the installation type (typically "Custom: Install Windows only (advanced)"). Select the drive where you want to install Windows and click "Next." The installation process will begin, and the computer will restart several times during the process.

4.    Complete the setup: After the installation is complete, youll be prompted to customize your settings, create or sign in to a Microsoft account, and set up a local user account. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the setup.

Assembling a PC

1.    Gather components: Select and purchase the necessary components, including a case, motherboard, CPU, RAM, storage drives, power supply, graphics card (if needed), and any additional peripherals.

2.    Prepare the case: Remove the side panels from the case and install any required standoffs for the motherboard.

3.    Install the CPU: Place the CPU into the motherboards CPU socket, aligning the notches and arrows. Lock the CPU in place using the retention arm.

4.    Install the RAM: Insert the RAM modules into the appropriate slots on the motherboard, ensuring they are aligned correctly and firmly seated.

5.    Install the motherboard: Carefully place the motherboard into the case, aligning the screw holes with the standoffs. Secure the motherboard with screws.

6.    Install the power supply: Mount the power supply in the designated area of the case and connect the necessary cables to the motherboard, CPU, and any additional components.

7.    Install storage drives: Mount the storage drives (HDDs or SSDs) in the appropriate bays and connect the data and power cables.

8.    Install the graphics card (if needed): Insert the graphics card into the appropriate PCIe slot on the motherboard and secure it with a screw. Connect any required power cables.

9.    Connect case cables: Connect the front panel cables (power, reset, LEDs, USB, and audio) to the appropriate headers on the motherboard.

1  Close the case: Reattach the side panels and connect the monitor, keyboard, mouse, and power cable.

Configuring Networking in LAN

1.    Connect devices: Connect all computers and network devices (switches, routers, etc.) using Ethernet cables. Ensure that each computer has a network interface card (NIC) installed.

2.    Configure IP addresses: Assign static IP addresses to each computer or configure them to obtain IP addresses automatically via DHCP.

3.    Set up a workgroup or domain: In Windows, right-click "This PC" and select "Properties." Under "Computer name, domain, and workgroup settings," click "Change settings." Choose a workgroup name or join a domain, as needed.

4.    Enable file and printer sharing: In the Network and Sharing Center, enable file and printer sharing for the desired network profile (private or public).

5.    Share folders and printers: Right-click the folder or printer you want to share, select "Properties," and click the "Sharing" tab. Click "Share" or "Advanced Sharing" to configure sharing settings.


1.    Check physical connections: Ensure that all cables are securely connected and that devices are powered on.

2.    Verify IP addresses: Confirm that each device has a valid IP address within the same subnet.

3.    Test network connectivity: Use the "ping" command to test connectivity between devices.

4.    Check network settings: Verify that the correct workgroup or domain is configured and that file and printer sharing is enabled.

5.    Review shared resources: Ensure that the desired folders and printers are shared with the appropriate permissions.

6.    Update drivers and firmware: Ensure that the latest drivers for network interface cards and firmware for network devices are installed.

7.    Consult documentation and online resources: Refer to the user manuals and online forums for additional troubleshooting tips and solutions.



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