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Re: Usefull books for A+ study?

Tom MacIntyre
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On Fri, 27 May 2005 12:09:20 -0400, Machine Messiah
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>Can anyone here recommend some good books for preparation for the A+
>certification? Any books I should really avoid?

Mike Meyers' books have likely taken thousands of people through the
A+ certification process. Also, this at least once was a very useful
add-on from Mike's company's web site...

You can never have too much knowledge.

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