70-685 Test Prep

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70-685 Test Prep
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Microsoft Certification 70 685 MCSA Windows7
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  1. Windows 7 was released on this date to:
    1. Manufacturing
    2. General Retail
    • 1. July 22, 2009
    • 2. October 22, 2009
  2. Windows 7 replaced these operating systems
    Windows XP and Windows Vista
  3. The clock speed of a processor is usually measured in
    Gigahertz (1 billion cycles per second)
  4. BIOS stands for
    Basic input/output system
  5. RAM stands for
    Random access memory
  6. ROM stands for
    Read-only memory
  7. RAID stands for
    Redundant array of inexpensive disks
  8. SCSI stands for
    Small computer system interface
  9. CMOS stands for
    Complementary metal-oxide semiconductor
  10. A parallel port has how many rows/pins, is male or female, and is what shape?
    2 rows/25 pins female D port
  11. A serial port has how many rows/pins, is male or female, and is what shape?
    2 rows/9 pins male D port
  12. PS/2 has how many pins and has what type of connector? What is it typically used to connect?
    6 pin mini-DIN. Legacy mouse/keyboard.
  13. For RJ-11 cable:
    1. What does RJ stand for?
    2. What is the modular connector?
    3. What is it typically used for?
    • 1. Registered jack
    • 2. 6P6C (6 positions 6 contacts)
    • 3. Telephone lines
  14. For RJ-45 cable:
    1. What does RJ stand for?
    2. What is the modular connector?
    3. What is it typically used for?
    • 1. Registered jack
    • 2. 8P8C (8 positions 8 contacts)
    • 3. 10Base-T/100Base-T/1000Base-T networks
  15. A VGA connector has how many rows/pins, is male or female, and is what shape? Is it analog or digital?
    VGA connector is a 3-row, 15-pin female D connector. It is analog.
  16. DVI-A (analog only)
  17. 1. What connector is this?
    2. What is the max resolution and refresh rate?
    • 1. DVI-D (Dual Link); AKA DVI-DL; AKA DVI-digital only
    • 2. Max resolution and refresh rate is 2560 x 1600 at 60 Hz
  18. 1. What connector is this?
    2. What is the max resolution and refresh rate?
    • 1. DVI-D (Single Link); AKA DVI-digital only
    • 2. Max resolution and refresh rate is 1920 x 1200 at 60 Hz
  19. 1. What connector is this?
    2. What is the max resolution and refresh rate?
    • 1. DVI-I (Dual Link); AKA DVI-DL; AKA DVI-integrated
    • 2. Max resolution and refresh rate is 2560 x 1600 at 60 Hz
  20. 1. What connector is this?
    2. What is the max resolution and refresh rate?
    • 1. DVI-I (Single Link); AKA DVI-integrated
    • 2. Max resolution and refresh rate is 1920 x 1200 at 60 Hz
  21. What does HDCP stand for and what is it? Which display types support this feature?
    High-bandwidth digital content protection. This is a form of digital copy protection developed by Intel that encrypts data to authorized devices, which is designed to prevent media from playing on unauthorized devices. DisplayPort, DVI, and HDMI support this feature.
  22. Basic monitor characteristics - size of the monitor
    The diagonal measurement of the screen
  23. Basic monitor characteristics - display resolution
    The width and height in pixels
  24. Basic monitor characteristics - color depth
    • Measured in bits, which indicate ho wmany colors can be displayed on the screen at once color
    • (i.e. 4 bits, 16 colors; 8 bits, 256 colors; 24 bits, 16,777,216 colors "true color)
  25. Basic monitor characteristics - refresh rate (what is it expressed in and what is it)
    Expressed in hertz. How often the image is redrawn on the screen.
  26. Basic monitor characteristics - aspect ratio
    That ratio of width of the image to height. Typically expressed as two numbers separated by a color (i.e. 4:3 or 16:9)
  27. On a sound card, what is the pink connector typically? What size is the jack?
    Analog microphone audio input. 3.5 mm jack.
  28. On a sound card, what is the lime green connector typically? What size is the jack?
    Analog line level audio output for the main stereo signal. 3.5 mm jack.
  29. Windows 7 32-bit system requirements:
    1. Processor
    2. RAM
    3. Graphics
    4. HDD free space
    5 Optical drive
    • 1. 1 GHz 32-bit processor
    • 2. 1 GB
    • 3. DX 9 with WDDM 1.0 for Aero
    • 4. 16 GB
    • 5. DVD for installation (optional)
  30. Windows 7 32-bit system requirements:
    1. Processor
    2. RAM
    3. Graphics
    4. HDD free space
    5. Optical drive
    • 1. 1 GHz 64-bit processor
    • 2. 2 GB
    • 3. DX 9 with WDDM 1.0 for Aero
    • 4. 20 GB
    • 5. DVD for installation (optional)
  31. What is the maximum memory that Windows 7 32-bit will recognize?
    What about the Windows 7 Starter edition?
    • 4 GB.
    • 2 GB.
  32. What is the maximum memory that Windows 7 64-bit Ultimate, Enterprise, and Pro will recognize?
    What about Windows 7 64-bit Home Premium?
    What about Windows 7 64-bit Home Basic?
    • 192 GB.
    • 16 GB.
    • 8 GB.
  33. When installing new hardware on a Windows 7 machine, what is the first place you should check?
    Windows Hardware Compatibility List (HCL)
  34. Which program will scan your computer before installing Windows 7 for:
    1. Meeting minimum system requirements
    2. Compatibility issues with hardware, software, or devices
    3. Guidance for what to do before installing Windows 7
    Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor
  35. What is the upgrade path from XP to Windows 7?
    First upgrade to Vista then upgrade to 7
  36. Can you upgrade from 32-bit to 64-bit Windows?
    What about from one language to another?
    • No.
    • No.
  37. List four things that you should do before upgrading to Windows 7.
    • 1. Make sure your computer is compatible with Windows 7 (drivers are available; Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor)
    • 2. Ensure you antivirus is upgraded to a Windows 7 supportable version and disabled during install; or uninstalled and reinstalled after upgrade
    • 3. Backup your files; even though they should remain, you should back up your files just in case
    • 4. Connect to the internet to ensure you get the latest installation updates. These may include security upgrades, hardware/driver updates, etc. This is optional, but recommended.
  38. What are the two control panel views?
    Category view (newer) and default (or classic) view.
  39. What does UAC stand for?
    What was the first operating system that had this feature?
    What is UAC used for?
    • User account control.
    • Windows Vista.
    • To prevent unauthorized changes to your computer. All elevation requests from processes can prompt for approval.
  40. Does installing Windows updates from Windows update require administrative rights?
    Not unless specified in GP or local GP editor
  41. Does installing drivers require administrative rights?
    Not if they are installing from Windows updates and GP or local GP editor doesn't specify only administrators can install updates.
  42. Can on-administrator users reset the network adapter and perform the network adapter "diagnose" wizard?
    Yes.
  43. How many UAC settings levels are there and what are they?
    • There are four UAC setting levels.
    • Always notify
    • Notify me only when programs try to make changes to my computer
    • Notify me only when programs try to make changes to my computer (do not dim my desktop)
    • Never notify
  44. With the UAC setting "Notify me only when programs try to make changes to my computer" name the three situations in which you will or won't be prompted for approval.
    • Program tries to make changes that require administrator rights (yes)
    • You make a change to Windows settings (no)
    • A program outside of Windows tries to make a change to Windows settings (yes)
  45. Where would you find a tool to diagnose memory issues?
    Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Windows Memory Diagnostics
  46. What two categories of your system does the Action Center address?
    Security and Maintenance
  47. What are the four service startup types?
    • Automatic
    • Automatic (delayed start)
    • Manual
    • Disabled
  48. What are the available built-in service accounts for the logon context of the services? What is each used for?
    • Local system - access most resources on the local computer.
    • NT Authority \ LocalService - same privileges of the users group on the local machine, but uses no credentials and a null session for network resources.
    • NT Authority \ NetworkService - same privileges of the users group on the local machine, but uses the local computer account when accessing network resources.

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