p. 1 Figure 1-1 should be a Windows 3.1 machine. It’s a lovely Windows 95 machine, circa 1996.
p. 10 The URL for CompTIA’s documentation on staying current (below second full paragraph) has changed. Here’s the current URL:
p. 79 Figure 4-41 should be Figure 3-41.
p. 164 The last sentence in the “Registered and Buffered Memory” section is missing a word. It should read: “If you insert a module of the wrong type . . .”
p. 249 Microsoft removed the Windows Compatibility Center from their Web site at the end of 2015. The link listed in “Step 1” no longer works.
p. 699 The second “if” in the dd command syntax should be “of.”
p. 748 The figure reference in the only body paragraph should point to Figure 17-41, not 17-42.
p. 795 Answer for question 3 should be A, C, not just C.
p. 1134 Second bullet point on page, IMAP4 uses TCP port 143, not 123.
p. 1151 Second paragraph; delete the extra a in the sentence.
p. 1355 End of definition of disk cloning should say (See image deployment.)
p. 1380 Entry for MPA should have the following definition:
MPA (Microsoft Product Activation) Anti-piracy measure introduced by Microsoft with the release of Windows XP. MPA prevents unauthorized use of Microsoft software by requiring the user to activate the software with special Microsoft activation servers.
p. 1395 Entry for registered RAM should say: See buffered/registered DRAM.
p. 1418 Entry for XT bus should be deleted. Ancient technology.