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B. The workstations that cannot start Windows XP have a boot sector virus. C. The workstations that cannot start the Windows XP operating system were not activated within the required 30-day period. D. The workstations that cannot start the Windows XP operating system are not using the NTFS file system.
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You are a DST for a help desk. You are installing Windows XP on a client s computer and choose Typical Setting as the installation option. The customer wants to know what the computer s default TCP/IP configuration will be. What will you tell the cus tomer A. IP address 192.168.0.100, subnet mask 255.255.255.0. B. IP address 192.168.0.100, subnet mask 255.255.255.0, default gateway 192.168.0.1. C. There are no default settings. Windows XP will prompt the user to configure TCP/ IP the first time the computer is booted. D. Windows XP attempts to obtain an IP address automatically.
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You are a DST for a small law firm. You installed Windows XP in an office that has 35 computers that are all running Windows XP. After leaving the user s office, you imme diately receive a telephone call from her claiming that she cannot connect to the Internet. All the other users are able to connect with no problem. You return to the user s office and type in the ipconfig command at her workstation and see the following IP configuration: IP address 169.254.101.1, subnet mask 255.255.0.0, and no IP address assigned for the default gateway. What could be a possible solution for this problem A. You should enter a valid IP address for the default gateway. B. You should enter the ipconfig /renew command at the user s workstation to have TCP/IP configuration information sent to the workstation from the DHCP server. C. You should configure the IP address for the DNS server. D. You should contact the Internet service provider (ISP) that the company is using and notify it of the problem.
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You are a DST for a help desk. One of your customers has purchased a copy of Win dows XP Professional to install on her home computer. You notice that the customer has a copy of Microsoft Flight Simulator on her desk, as well as a joy stick and several other game peripherals. The client tells you that she has several older games on her Windows 98 computer that she wants to continue to use, but that she wants Windows XP Professional to be used for important business applications and tax data because it is more secure. After looking at the configuration of the computer, you note that there are three partitions: C, D, and E. Partition C contains the Windows 98 operating system.
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Partition D contains games and miscellaneous applications, and partition E is empty. You decide to perform a multiple boot installation and install Windows XP on partition E. What file system should you choose for the user s workstation A. You should select FAT32 for all partitions because the user will dual boot between Windows 98 and Windows XP. B. You should use the NTFS file system on all the partitions because the user is con cerned about security. C. You should run the Fdisk command on the hard drive and create a new partition on C:. You should then run the Format command on the partition and install the NTFS file system on all the partitions. D. You should install Windows XP Professional on the E: partition and convert the FAT32 file system to NTFS.
You are a DST for a small retail company, and one of your customers asks you to install Windows XP Home Edition on his computer, which was previously a Microsoft Win dows NT 4.0 Server. He wants you to do a clean install because he does not need any of the files or programs it contains. The computer contains two Pentium III processors, 256 MB RAM, a SVGA display adapter, and three 4 GB disks. He asks if the Windows XP Home Edition operating system will process data more quickly on his computer than his colleague s Pentium III, which has a similar configuration, but only one pro cessor. What should you tell him A. You should tell the user that his system would process data twice as fast because there were two processors in his computer. B. You should tell the user that his computer would process data more quickly if he set the multiprocessor mode to Yes in the Systems Properties dialog box. C. You should inform the user that he could not install Windows XP Home Edition on his computer because Windows XP Home Edition only supports one processor. D. You should tell the user that Windows XP Home Edition and Windows XP Profes sional only support one processor, and that he would need to purchase a copy of either Windows 2000 Server or Windows Server 2003.
You are a DST at a local fish distribution company. You are performing an attended installation in a client s office and cannot get the computer to boot from the CD-ROM. The user informs you that the salesperson said the computer had a bootable CD-ROM drive, yet the computer continues to boot from the hard drive. What steps should you take to resolve this problem (Choose two answers.) A. You should first confirm that the computer s BIOS supports booting from the CDROM, and that the order of boot devices places the CD-ROM before the hard drive.
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