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By David Groth, Jarret W. Buse, David Groth et al

This is the entire details you want to arrange for the newest A+ certification in a single unmarried quantity! This learn advisor offers complete, in-depth insurance of either the middle and the DOS/Windows modules. in actual fact centred and arranged, the cloth covers the entire reputable CompTIA examination ambitions. The CD includes the customized A+ test-prep application that simulates the test-taking setting, and hundreds of thousands of questions be sure your figuring out of the fabric provided.

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However, this disk does not contain the DELTREE command by default. See Chapter 17 for more information. 23. C. The RDISK command is used in Windows NT computers to create the ERD. This disk is not bootable and is specific to the computer that it was created on. See Chapter 17 for more information. 24. B. Windows 98 does not support a protocol called DLP. See Chapter 18 for more information. com l Answers to Assessment Test: Operating System Technologies Exam 25. A. The Microsoft Client for Microsoft Networks software is used to allow the computer to access network resources located on other Microsoft computers.

To find out which pins have to be jumpered in order to select different configuration options, consult the documentation of the device. 10), you have eight possible settings: all unjumpered, left pair jumpered, middle pair jumpered, right pair jumpered, left and middle pairs jumpered, left and right pairs jumpered, middle and right pairs jumpered, and all jumpered. This arrangement is common for setting the ID number or other configuration setting of a SCSI device. With a three-pin device (as shown in the bottom part of the figure), you are usually only concerned with setting the device to an active or inactive status.

Decimal Numbers We’ve all used decimal numbers before. Decimal numbers are the numbers you learned to count with when you were young. The word decimal comes from the Latin word decem, meaning 10. There are 10 digits in this counting system—0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9. The only time you use decimal numbers with respect to computers is when you are trying to explain things in real-world terms. Because we have used this counting system all our lives, we won’t devote a lot of space to it here.

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