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emergency startup

Discussion in 'A+' started by devip, Nov 17, 2004.

  1. devip

    devip Bit Poster

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    I am sure abt D. But don't know abt any other option from the abive listed. I just know that a network printer can be added by using the APW in printers folder and by using the Active directory search in windows 2000.please help.
     
  2. Firthy2002

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    I'd say the same for 1 (pure guess though, not yet on the OS portion of my A+ course).

    As for 2 I'd say B and D (again a guess).
     
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  3. devip

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    Thank you Firthy.
     
  4. Jakamoko
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    Re question 1:

    If you were at the point of using an emergency startup disk, wouldn't you be more concerned about verifying disk integrity, and utilising available free space on the HDD, than running tasks such as saving data (you haven't done this already ???) and optimising your file system...:hhhmmm
     
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  5. Luton Bee

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    Q1 There is no such thing as MSbackup so I rather think the answers are scandisk and format.

    Q2 is B and D
     
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  6. AJ

    AJ Administrator Administrator

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    Soz Luton, whilst it's called NTBackup now, MSBackup was back in the time of DOS and early windows HERE


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  7. Luton Bee

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    Fair enough you live and learn every day!!!

    But which set of answers to Q1 are the correct pair?
     
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  8. devip

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    Thank you guys. So i think that the correct answers are B and C. By using the Format command the entire contents will get erased.
     
  9. Phoenix
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    Phoenix 53656e696f7220 4d6f64

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    so what if everything gets erased? thats often a requirement with a dodgy disk

    i think its B and D, Scandisk is a common tool, format is a BASIC tool, very basic, MSBackup i believe is a GUI app and wont work from an ERD, defrag im not sure, cant see its a major requirement on an ERD though
     
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