If everything is OK, the BIOS load the operating system into the computer's memory and finish the boot-up process. 4. How do the POST beep codes make troubleshooting a startup problem easier? A PC will make beep sounds when a problem is encountered. Each PC manufactor uses their own beep codes making it must easier to address the
Enables a database application to access specific records in a database file stored on a SAN drive array B. Identifies specific devices in a drive array C. Installed by default in Windows Server 2008 D. Provided with some SAN drive arrays E. Supports copper and fiber optic media F. Requires redundant drives and redundant host adapters G. Fibre Channel topology H. Hard drive installed inside a computer I. Maintains a database of targets and initiators J. Disk array that does not use RAID Multiple Choice: Select one or more correct answers for each of the following questions. 1. Which of the following statements are true of striped volumes?
Upgrading a computer running Windows 7 starter to Windows 7 ultimate using Windows Anytime Upgrade requires------------------ megabytes of additional hard disk space. 7. To migrate a computer running Windows XP to Windows 7, you can use a utility called Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor. 8. The new Windows 7 feature that renders all the windows on the desktop transparent when you move the mouse over at the right end of the taskbar is called Aero Peek.
Page 108 The maximum number of primary partitions that GPT supports in Window is up to 128 primary partitions. 4. What are the types of partitions supported by the Basic Disk type? Page 108 The types of partitions supported by the Basic Disk are primary partitions, extended partitions, and logical drives. 5.
5. Check your memory How much RAM do you have? Is your system consuming all or most of your RAM? Does the system page out to disk? If so, you’re suffering a massive performance hit, which can be solved by adding more memory to your PC.
Used for short-term memory; Used to process data 5. This chapter describes the concepts behind how a CPU reads the contents from RAM. Which of the following is true about the process of read data, as described in the chapter? The CPU tells the RAM which address holds the data that the CPU wants to read 6. A user has opened a word processor, typed the numbers 123456789, and stored the document as a file called report1.
b. The CPU reads all RAM sequentially, beginning with the first byte, until it happens to read the byte that the CPU wanted to read. c. The smallest unit of data that RAM supplies back to the CPU is 1 bit. d. The CPU must first find the file in the file system before reading the data. 6.
| RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY (RAM) | 4 GB (8 GB max) | Gives storage space for data to be downloaded to PC. | ADAPTERS | | Sound cards | Get audio, video, and memory storage. | | | Video cards | | | | SD memory cards | | PORTS | Serial (1), Ethernet (1), and USB (5) | Send and receive information. | STORAGE | Hard Drive | Hard drive (1 x 750 byte); flash drive | Store data even when PC is turned off. | | Optical Drive | CD/DVD drive | | Application Software Table APPLICATION | MANUFACTURER | REQUIREMENTS MET | Word processing; spreadsheets; presentations | Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, | Create and edit documents; make spreadsheets; create presentations.
20. A - Information that identifies each individual pixel on the computer display B - A binary code for each pixel, defining its color RAM = Random Access Memory OS = Operating System CPU = Central Processing Unit KB = Kilobyte MB = Megabyte GB = Gigabyte TB = Terabyte USB = Universal System Bus HDD = Hard Disk Drive ODD = Optical Disk Drive I/O = Input/Output DPI = Dots per
LAB 8 MANAGING USERS AND COMPUTERS WITH GROUP POLICY This lab contains the following projects and activities: Project 8.1 Project 8.2 Project 8.3 Project 8.4 Configuring Account Policies Configuring Audit Policies Configuring Folder Redirection Enabling Disk Quotas Lab Review Questions Lab Challenge 8.1 Creating a Fine-Grained Password Policy Post-Lab Cleanup BEFORE YOU BEGIN Lab 8 assumes that setup has been completed as specified in the setup document, and that your computer has connectivity to other lab computers and the Internet. Lab 8 also assumes that you have completed the non-optional exercises in the previous labs. Specifically, Lab 8 assumes the following: • The even-numbered computer (RWDCyy) must be configured