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The following questions are intended to reinforce key information presented in this lesson. If you are unable to answer a question, review the lesson materials and try the question again. You can find answers to the questions in the Questions and Answers section at the end of this chapter. 1. What are the minimum requirements for installing Windows XP
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2. A Windows XP Professional volume that is formatted with FAT32 cannot support which of the following (Choose all that apply.) A. Disk quotas B. Disk compression C. File encryption D. Drives larger than 2 GB 3. What are the two files that are created by Setup Manager that you can use to automate the Windows XP installation process (Choose two.) A. Standard answer files B. Remote installation files C. Uniqueness database files D. System information files 4. From which of the following versions of Windows can you upgrade directly to Windows XP Professional A. Windows 95 OSR2 B. Windows 98 C. Windows NT 4.0 Workstation (with Service Pack 3) D. Windows NT 4.0 Workstation (with Service Pack 5) E. Windows 2000 Professional 5. List the tools that are available for copying files and settings from an old computer running a previous version of Windows to a new computer running Windows XP. What are the differences between the tools
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Before installing Windows XP, you must ensure that the computer meets or exceeds the hardware requirements for the operating system. You should also make sure that all hardware devices are listed in Microsoft s Windows Catalog. Windows XP supports three types of installations: clean installations, upgrades, and multiple boot installations. Windows XP also supports three methods of installations: standard (attended), network, and automated. A standard (attended) installation is controlled manually, requiring that someone be present to make installation decisions and perform the initial configuration. This method is suitable for home and smaller business installations. Unattended installations rely on scripted programs that simulate the presence of a human administrator and answer questions presented during the installation process. The Files And Settings Transfer Wizard and the USMT can both be used to transfer files and settings. The Files and Settings Transfer Wizard is intended for home and small business users and provides a simple wizard interface. USMT is intended for IT professionals on larger networks.
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Installing Windows XP
Lesson 2: Troubleshooting Windows XP Installations
As you learned in Lesson 1, the best way to avoid trouble when installing Windows XP is to properly prepare the computer for the installation and understand the decisions that you will be required to make during the installation process. Unforeseen problems do sometimes occur, and as a DST, you are likely to be the first person called to trou bleshoot a failed installation. To deal with issues that may occur during the installation of Windows XP, you must be familiar with the Windows installation process, typical symptoms that are produced by different types of failures, and corrective actions you can use to remedy the issue.
After this lesson, you will be able to
Troubleshoot common Windows XP installation errors. Troubleshoot CD-ROM-based Windows XP installations. Troubleshoot upgrades. Troubleshoot unattended installations.
Estimated lesson time: 15 minutes
Troubleshooting Common Installation Problems
Fortunately, installation problems do not happen often and are usually minor issues. Although good preparation can help avoid almost all installation problems, you may not always have that luxury as a DST. More than likely, a user will call you after a failed installation attempt rather than get your help preparing an installation. Table 2-3 sum marizes common installation errors that can occur during a Windows XP installation and suggests actions for solving the problem.
Table 2-3
Common Windows XP Installation Errors
Suggested Action If the user is upgrading to Windows XP, you may need to delete files or remove programs to free up some disk space. If that is not possible, the user could install an additional hard disk or create an additional partition to hold Windows XP. Help the user determine the best course to take. Verify that Windows XP supports the mass storage devices that are on the computer. If there are unsupported devices, press F6 when prompted and supply the necessary drivers for these devices from a floppy disk with drivers from the manufacturer.
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