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    P5: Set up a standalone computer system, installing hardware and software components P6: Configure a computer system to meet user needs P7: Test a computer system for functionality • In this picture you can see all the parts are missing. They were removed so that we can put it back together. • In the next picture you can see the RAM is placed in the slot. It is positioned in with small amount of force until the clips click into to place. • In the next picture we installed in the hard drive which is positioned in vertical position, when you turn the computer on its side. • The hard drive is then connected to the motherboard which is connected to all the wires. • The power supply is then inserted inside the computer tower where we used the screws to screw it into place. The picture will show the power supply being inserted • Lastly this picture shows when the computer is put back together and when it is closed up. • Firstly go on the web browser and type in Avast 2015 download software where this picture will show. • Next click on free download where you will be shown this picture. Click on free download this is where it is going to ask if you ‘Do you allow the following programs to make changes to this computer’. Click Yes • Then you will be shown this screen where you are installing the product. Once the orange bar is full you will be shown this picture. • Now click ok, and now you have installed…

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    hard drive in case the computer crashes and they need to recover the information or they need additional space when the internal drive becomes to full. Some examples of these types of devices are, of course the external hard drive which normally has the capability of holding large amounts of data, a flash drive sometimes referred to as a USB drive, jump drive, or thumb drive, and DVD’s. The most common daily storage device is probably the flash drive, it offers convenience. They are smaller and…

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    Q1.Explain how the optical disk storage facility operates? Optical disk storage is an advancement of the floppy disk. The optical disk storage also called optical media is shinny and both recording surfaces are protected by two plastic plates which make it less exposed to dust and contamination. Unlike the floppy disks that store up to 1.44 of data, optical disks storages can store up to 650MB of data. They are 5.25 inches (12cm) and have a high storage density. Optical disks storage uses a high…

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    Retail SEERS Analysis – Apple A: Raw Material: Glass (Not Sapphire) Corning (Gorilla Glass) – USA Apple has decided against following an industry shift towards sapphire glass. They did this because due to environmental concerns since “Sapphire requires 100 times more energy to produce than glass” (Bajarin 2014). Apple’s commitment to designing products in this way allows them to remain competitive while addressing sustainability issues as well. B: Minerals (Conflict Free) Intel (Processors)…

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    A handwritten phrase “Purple 743” appears on it. This portion of written proof might not mean much by itself, but it is possibly a password, codename, or partial email address (U.S. Department of Justice, 2008). To transport and store this item, will be retained into a typical evidence bag, likely an enlarged envelope, and documented on the chain of custody. In addition, the piece of non-digital data to seize is the NASA notepad located at the top-left corner of the keyboard. This documented…

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    Prisoners with good behavior should have the privilege to use MP3 players, this will benefit both the inmate and the facility. Prisoners with good behavior should be allowed to listen to music to calm them down. Sometimes prisoners get frustrated and get in fights and when they get stopped by the guards, their enragement increases because they can't take out the anger they have. Music can help people calm down, so having an MP3 player will help them calm down and avoid violent situations. …

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    TASK 3 Do some research and produce a word-processed report for the Managing Director of PVMS. Your report must explain how these improvements could be made and evaluate their impacts on PVMS and its staff. There are various ways Progress Vinyl Music Stores could improve the stores and head office, and centralise procedures for recording stock. For example, the employees are able to email their colleagues through web mail. Moreover, no email software’s require a computer just needs to be…

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    In this tutorial, Scott Wiggins explains how to record songs like a Professional from your home studio. He discusses the different items that are important to have when setting up a home studio. His six things he talks in detail about are Computer, DAW, Audio Interface, Mic stand and Mic, Pop filter, and Headphones. For the computer, he says as long as you are not trying to do an “eight-piece band with a live accompanying orchestra” a normal Mac or PC with the highest RAM possible should be…

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    INTRODUCTION Today with fast growing digital age of modern technology, digital forensic experts are facing a number of data sources that they need and rely on to acquire valuable information for their investigations. Data sources can come from different forms and areas such as: personal computer, hard drives, network logs, social networking sites, mobile devices. These sources can contain a vast amount of data. Hence, they lead up to many challenges in acquiring the data. For example, just in…

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    Music in the Digital Era Music is an art that has existed for thousands of years, and over that vast amount of time, music has evolved. From the Medieval period to the classical, and from the modern to the present era, music has slowly become more and more affiliated with technological industry, including computers and even some smart phones. In today’s style of music, most often the elements and instruments being used are actually not instruments at all, but digital sounds created by a…

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