CMOS settings can be set to factory defaults by:
A. Using A Jumper That Can Be Found On The Motherboard
B. Resetting The CMOS Battery On The Motherboard
C. Change Settings In Windows Device Manager
D. Choosing The Default Configuration Option In The CMOS Setup Utility
IPv6 addresses are expressed with the use of:
A. Octagonal Numbers
B. Decimal Numbers
C. Binary Numbers
D. Hexadecimal Numbers
What tools would be used to clean the inside of a laser printer?
A. Cleaning Brush
B. Can Of Compressed Air
C. Toner Vacuum
D. Cleaning Spoole
Which of the MS Windows versions listed below offers a built-in multi-monitor taskbar support feature?
A. Windows XP
B. Windows Vista
C. Windows 7
D. Windows 8/8.1
What is the unit for measuring the speed of modern CPUs?
Which of the following solutions would be the easier while troubleshooting Windows blue screen?
B. Drive Rollback
C. Safe Mode
D. System Restart
What Is the number of contact pins used in SDR SDRAM modules?
What is IMAP4 used for?
A. Serving Web Pages
B. Sending Email Messages
C. Translating Domain Names Into IP Addresses
D. Retrieving Email Messages From A Mail Server
What is the BOOT.INI file replaced by in Windows Vista and newer releases of the Microsoft OS?
C. Boot Configuration Data (BCD) File
Preboot Execution Environment (PXE) and Apple NetBoot are two examples of technologies that enable booting a computer system with the use of a network interface.
A type of software that manages the startup sequence of an operating system is known as:
A. OS Kernel
B. Startup BIOS
C. System BIOS
D. Boot Loader
What are the characteristic features of Socket T?
A. LAG Packaging
B. 775 Contacts
C. 1150 Contacts
D. AMD CPU Socket
E. Intel CPU Socket
F. LGA Packaging
What is the most common memory module form factor type used in laptop computers?
What does the term ‘Blackout’ refer to?
A. Electromagnetic Interference
B. Drop In Voltage
C. Power Outage
D. Power Spike
Which of the terms listed below refers to an automated installation process that relies on an answer file and does not require user interaction or presence?
A. Clean Installation
B. Remote Network Installation
C. Repair Installation
D. Unattended Installation
What is the binary representation of 255.255.128.0 subnet mask?
What cabling types provide(s) protection against an signal interference?
What does the Secure Shell (SSH) protocol use?
A. Port 23
B. Port 42
C. Port 69
D. Port 22
A switch, button or LED on the front/top panel of a computer case has a connector linked to it that must be attached the the appropriate pins on the:
A. Power Supply
B. Expansion Slot
D. Riser Card
Which of the answers listed below describe(s) the features of Windows XP Mode?
A. Available For Microsoft Windows 7
B. Fully-Licensed Version Of Windows XP
C. Requires Windows Virtual PC
D. Available For Microsoft Windows 8/8.1
E. Fully-Functional Version Of Windows XP
F. Guest OS Run In A Virtual Environment
G. Compatibility Mode Setting In MS Windows OS’s
In order to retain its configuration data, CMOS RAM requires constant supply of electricity which is provided by the:
A. Power Inverter
B. CMOS Battery
C. AC Adapter
D. Power Supply Unit (PSU)
In modern PCs, the procedure of replacing BIOS contents is sometimes referred to as:
A. Hard Boot
B. Direct Memory Access (DMA)
D. Flashing The BIOS
Which of the following terms refer to BIOS types that can be updated without removing the BIOS chip from a motherboard?
C. Plug And Play (PnP)
E. Flash Memory
What is the name of a server-dedicated CPU series designed by AMD?
Which key or key combination should be pressed during system boot in Windows XP/Vista/7 to enable access to the ‘Startup Repair’ utility?
B. Ctrl + Shift + Esc
C. Ctrl + K
D. Shift + F8
What is the ability to replace computer system components without causing interruption to the system known as?
A. Hot Swapping
B. Hardware Acceleration
C. Boot Sequence
D. Cold Plugging
For CPUs without integrated memory controller, which part of the chipset manages communication between the CPU and memory?
A. I/O Controller Hub (ICH)
B. Fusion Controller Hub (FCH)
What resources can be used by an Operating System (OS) to communicate with hardware?
A. Device Drivers & System BIOS
B. Device Manager & Secure Shell (SSH)
C. Command-Line Interface (CLI)
The main functionality of the Basic Input/Output System (BIOS) is to perform the initial hardware checks after the computer is powered on and start up the operating system.
Which of these hardware-related solutions can be used in troubleshooting failed system boot process?
A. Log Analysis
B. Command-Line Interface
C. Hard Drive Replacement
D. Drive Cable/Connector Check
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