(Choose two answers.) a. Used for short-term memory b. Used for long-term memory c. Used to process data d. Connects to the CPU over a bus using a cable e. Is installed onto the motherboard 5. This chapter describes the concepts behind how a CPU reads the contents from RAM.
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
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.
How large a disk volume can GPT support? Page 108 GPT disk volume up to 18 exabytes in size. 3. What is the maximum number of primary partitions that GPT supports in Windows? Page 108 The maximum number of primary partitions that GPT supports in Window is up to 128 primary partitions.
What forward looking zones are currently configured on the W2K8xx computer? The current forward looking zones on my W2K8xx machine, if I am looking at it right it would be msdcs.Domainxx.com and Domainxx.com 4. What types of zone can you configure from this screen? Again if I am looking at this right I believe you can configure the primary zone, secondary zone, and stub zone 5. What is the default selection on the Zone File screen?
POST (or P.O.S.T.) is a series of system checks run by computers, as well as, on other electronic devices when they are powered up. 2. What are the roles of BIOS and the POST procedures? BIOS load the operating system into the computer’s memory and finishes up the boot-up process.