CCNA Labskill Chapter 3
Posted October 12, 2010on:
STEP 1 : Identify the RAM in a computer
Check your computer and determine the amount of RAM available to the CPU. How much RAM is in your computer?
>> 1,99 GB of RAM in my computer.
STEP 2: Determine the size of the hard disk drive
The total capacity of the hard drive is shown above the Drive C icon.
a. Determine the size of the hard drive on your computer. What is the total size of the hard drive in GB?
>> The total is 48.8 GB
STEP 3: Determine the free space and used space on the hard drive
In the Local Disk Properties dialog box, the used and free space is shown in both bytes and GB above the Capacity.
a. What is the used space of your hard drive in GB?
>> The used space of your hard drive in GB is 7.63 GB
b. What is the free space of your hard drive in GB?
>> 41.1 GB
STEP 4: Check for other storage devices
a. How many drive letters are shown in the window that appears?
>> It have five drives
b. Right-click on a drive icon other than C: and select Properties. The Removable Disk Properties window appears.
c. Select the Hardware tab, which provides information on each device and whether it is working properly.
STEP 5 : Reflection
a. Why is it important to know the amount of RAM in your computer?
>> RAM is the actual workarea. All the calculation are the calculation are done in CPU and result and data is stored first on RAM and yhen transferred to harddisk.
b. Why is the size of a hard drive as well as the space being used important?
>>The size of hard disk and the space used is important only for those who were running out hard disk space and not or those who don’t have enough data to upload on their hard disk so the size of the hard disk and space used is important depending upon how an individual use the hardisk space.