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Which of the following is an advantage of running Windows on NTFS as opposed to FAT32?


A. Security


B. Support for DOS applications


C. Long filenames


D. Network support


A. Security is an advantage of running NTFS as opposed to FAT32.

Ricardo’s Windows XP installation has failed. What file should he check to see what files failed to copy?


A. Install.log


B. Setup.log


C. Setup.txt


D. Setuplog.txt


D. Ricardo should check Setuplog.txt.

If you do not complete the activation process for Windows, what will happen to your computer?


a. Nothing. Activation is optional.


b. The computer will work fine for 30 days and then Windows will be disabled.


c. Microsoft will not know how to contact you to provide upgrade information.


d. You will have to use a floppy disk set to boot to Windows.


B. If you do not complete the activation process for Windows XP, Vista, or 7, the computer will work fine for 30 days and then Windows will be disabled.

If Windows locks up during the installation, what should you do?


A. Press ctrl-alt-del to restart the installation process.


B. Push the Reset button to restart the installation process.


C. Press the esc key to cancel the installation process.


D. Unplug the computer and restart the installation process.


D. If Windows locks up during the installation, you should unplug the com- puter and restart the installation process.

You can upgrade directly to Windows 7 from which of these operating systems?


A. Windows 2000


B. Windows XP


C. Windows Vista


D. All of the above


C. You can upgrade directly to Windows 7 from Windows Vista.

The Windows XP disc contains which two tools for checking hardware and software compatibility?


A. The HCL and the HAL


B. The HCL and the Windows Catalog


C. The Windows Catalog and the Upgrade Advisor


D. The Upgrade Advisor and the HCL


C. The Windows XP disc contains the Windows Catalog and the Upgrade Advisor for checking hardware and software compatibility.

Which term describes a combination of many updates and fixes?


A. Hot fix


B. Hot pack


C. Service pack


D. Service release


C. A service pack is a combination of many updates and fixes.

Which of the following tools can help you more efficiently install multiple copies of Windows 7?


A. Automated Installation Kit


B. Windows Easy Transfer


C. Upgrade Advisor


D. Activation key


A. The Automated Installation Kit (for Windows Vista/7) can help you set up an automatic procedure for installing copies of Windows on multiple machines.

If you are experiencing problems with Windows XP and wish to install Windows 7, what type of installation is required?


A. Clean installation


B. Upgrade installation


C. Network installation


D. Image deployment


A. Because you are upgrading from Windows XP to Windows 7, you need to perform a clean installation.

You’ve just replaced Jane’s PC with a new Windows 7 machine. What post- installation tool should you run to make the transition as painless as possible for her?


A. Windows Activation


B. Repair installation


C. Windows Easy Transfer


D. User State Migration Tool



C. Run the Windows Easy Transfer tool to move all her personal files and famil- iar settings, like her desktop, to the new computer.