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  1. which of the following is not a possible upgrade?
    A) windows 98 to Windows XP
    B) windows 2000 to windows XP
    C) Windows NT to windows 2000
    D) windows Me to Windows 2000
    D) windows Me to Windows 2000
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. which of the following is not a requirement to install Windows XP?
    A) 233MHz Pentium processor or equivalent
    B) 64 MB memory
    C) 1 GB free hard-disk space
    D) CD-ROM
    C) 1 GB free hard-disk space
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  3. what is the first step when installing Windows into a system that doesn't already have a functioning operating system?
    A) installing the OS
    B) redirecting
    C) formatting
    D) partitioning
    D) partitioning
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. which of the following is/are performed by formatting the hard drive? (choose all that apply)
    A) formatting does all the listed processes
    B) formatting lays down magnetic tracks in concentric circles.
    C) the tracks are split into pieces of 512 bytes called sectors.
    D) formatting creates a file allocation table that contains information about the location of files.
    E) formatting scans the surface of the hard-drive platter to find bad spots and marks the areas surrounding a bad spot as bad sectors.
    A) formatting does all the listed processes
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  5. the program that performs an upgrade from windows 9x to windows 2000 is called____
    A) INSTALL.BAT
    B) SETUP.EXE
    C) WINN32.EXE
    D) WINNT.EXE
    D) WINNT.EX
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  6. where is the best place to find windows hardware compatibility information?
    A) hardware manuals
    B) microsoft website
    C) manufacturer's website
    D) windows manuals
    B) microsoft website
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  7. You've successfully completed an upgrade to Windows 2000 Professional. Several days later, you add your old printer, using the driver that originally came with it. now the printer, which has never had a problem, won't print. what do you need to do to fix the problem?
    A) your printer driver is out of date. Contact the vendor or visit its website for an updated driver.
    B) old printers are often not compatible with Windows 2000. you may need to replace the printer.
    C) uninstall, and then reinstall the printer using the original driver.
    d) none of the above
    A) your printer driver is out of date. Contact the vendor or visit its website for an updated driver.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  8. which of the following methods correctly adds new hardware to a windows 2000 system if Plug and Play doesn't work? (select all that apply).
    a) Exit to a command prompt and use the software that came with the device to run the installation.
    b) choose Start > Settings > Control Panel and then double-click the Add/Remove hardware icon.
    c) if plug and Play doesn't work, there is o way to get the hardware working in the Windows 2000 environment.
    d) on the Desktop, double-click the My Computer icon, double-click the Control Panel icon, and then double-click the Add/Remove Hardware icon.
    • b) choose Start > Settings > Control Panel and then double-click the Add/Remove hardware icon.
    • d) on the Desktop, double-click the My Computer icon, double-click the Control Panel icon, and then double-click the Add/Remove Hardware icon.
  9. Plug and Play includes a troubleshooting wizard on which operating system?
    A) windows 98
    B) windows 95
    C) windows 2000
    D) windows NT
    C) windows 2000
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  10. which version of wiondows does not come with a disk-defragment utility?
    A) 9x
    B) 2000
    C) NT
    D) XP
    C) NT
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  11. the ___ is hard-drive space in which idle pieces of programs are placed, while other active parts of programs are kept in or swapped into main memory.
    A) program file
    B) location file
    C) swap file
    D) ttemporary file
    C) swap file
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. where do windows 2000 and windows xp keep the disk cache setting?
    A) SYSTEM.INI
    B) WIN.INI
    C) Registry
    D) REGDIT.EXE
    C) Registry
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  13. which utility that comes with windows 2000 professional is used to create an image of an existing computer for network installation?
    A) ghost
    B)sysimage
    C) sysprep
    D) RIS
    C) sysprep
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  14. how do you start the Disk Defragment program in windows 2000?
    A) start > programs < accessories > disk defragmenter
    B) start < programs > accessories > system tools > disk defragment
    C) Start> settings > control panel > disk defragmenter
    d) none of the above
    B) start < programs > accessories > system tools > disk defragment
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  15. the name of the swap file is ___ in windows 2000/XP
    A) SWAPPINGFILE.SYS
    B) PAGEFILE. SYS
    C) SWAPFILE.SYS
    D) PAGINGFILE.SYS
    B) PAGEFILE. SYS
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  16. if you have 256MB of RAM in a windows 2000 machine, what is the minimum recommended size for the swap file?
    A) 512MB
    B) 128MB
    C) 256MB
    D) 384MB
    D) 384MB
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  17. which of the following is not a common location for windows temporary files?
    a) C:TEMP
    b) C:/WINDOWS/TEMP
    c) C:/TMP
    d) none of the above
    d) none of the above
  18. which of the following operations requires a system reboot? (select all that apply).
    a) increasing the swap-file size in windows 2000
    b) decreasing the swap-file size in windows 2000.
    c) increasing the swap-file size in windows xp
    d) decreasing the swap-file size in windows xp
    • b) decreasing the swap-file size in windows 2000.
    • d) decreasing the swap-file size in windows xp
  19. in windows xp, where can you check to see the location of where your temporary files are being stored?
    A) system control panel, advanced tab, environment variables button.
    B) system control panel, advanced tab, temporary files button
    C) system control panel, advanced tab, windows xp temp files button.
    c) your temp files are always in the same directory as windows xp
    A) system control panel, advanced tab, environment variables button.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  20. you have a computer running windows 98 that you want to upgrade to a more current operating system. it is a pentium 166 with 128MB of RAM and has 2 GB of free hard disk space. Which of the following can you u[grade to?
    A) windows xp only
    B) you cannot upgrade to windows 2000 or windows xp
    C) windows 2000 only
    D) both windows 2000 and windows xp
    C) windows 2000 only
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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