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Discussion in 'General Microsoft Certifications' started by Andre, Nov 19, 2004.

  1. Andre

    Andre Nibble Poster

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    If your Windows XP system gets a stop error (blue screen) after you have installed an updated video driver, what is the best and most efficient course of action to take to get your system back up and running so that you can fix the problem?


    A Restart the system using the Recovery Console.
    B Restart the system using the Last Known Good Configuration advanced startup option.
    C Perform a restore operation using the Automated System Recovery feature.
    D Restart the system using the Enable VGA Mode advanced startup option.

    I am not sure. B or D
    In B - system would be restored to previous configuration
    in D case I think one'd have to roll back the driver



    so B or D? which is more efficient?
     
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  2. AJ

    AJ Administrator Administrator

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    Well I think what the question is asking, is which would be the easiest course of action. So out of your options which would take the least amount of work.


    You are on the right track. :biggrin
     
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  3. nugget
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    nugget Junior toady

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    To roll back the driver you would have to see the screen and seeing as it was a video driver that was installed and caused the bsod........

    As AJ said, the least amount of work.
     
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  4. Andre

    Andre Nibble Poster

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    my bet would be B
     
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  5. Jakamoko
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    Jakamoko On the move again ...

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    The question does not categorically say that the video driver is causing the proble, only that since installing it, the problem has arisen. Therefore, which is the quickest, easiest method to not use that driver ?
     
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  6. patientx

    patientx Nibble Poster

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    answer is "b"..the quickest and most straightforward route.

    Cheers


    Stevie
     
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