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The new TestKing.com trainee technician wants to know in which mode Dynamic RAM originally came in. How will you reply?
A. Fast Page Mode (correct)
B. Extended Data Out
C. Synchronous DRAM
D. Direct Rambus
The Fast Page Mode (FPM) DRAM chips, at the time of the 486/Pentium transition was the most common type of DRAM.
The EDO DIMM RAM first became popular in 1995 and increased the performance by 10 to 15 percent.
The SDRAM was produced the fourth quarter of 1996 to match the speed of Pentium systems.
The Direct Rambus (RIMM) is a relatively new and runs extremely fast with speeds (up to 800MHz) technology that uses a new methodology in memory system design.
A TestKing.com Windows 95 system has very little space available. It is then likely that it will cause problems. What kind of problems could occur? (Choose all that apply)
A. The system will restart by it self.
B. It will try to take memory from another application. (correct)
C. An error called a General Protection Fault will occur. (correct)
D. None of the above
In a system with only a little space available, the likelihood is relatively great that a program will use another program's memory when it goes looking for more memory, and thus cause a GPF.
What is the RAM speed of the RAM project code named 'yellow stone' and has a throughput of 12.4GB/s?
C. 3.2GHz (correct)
The speed of the RAM of the project codenamed 'yellow stone' is
The first type of DDR-II RAM ran at clock speeds of 800MHz and 667MHz.
The RDRAM ran at the clock speed of 330MHz.
The new TestKing.com trainee technician wants to know what it means when the software is in the Alpha stage . How will you reply?
A. They only begin with the development of the software.
B. The program is intended only for testing within the software company itself. (correct)
C. The software is basically ready for release.
D. None of the above
In the Alpha release, the program is intended only for testing within the software company itself, and it may not include all the features that are intended to be included in the eventual release.
What kind of file does the installation program create when a new application is installed in Windows ?
A. CONFIG.SYS .
B. INI file (correct)
D. None of the above.
When a new application is installed, the installation program will create an INI file that contains the new application's settings.
The TestKing.com administrator wants to know which amount of nano seconds is required for the PC100 SDRAM module. How will you the TestKing.com trainee technician reply?
A. 12 ns
B. 10 ns.
C. 7 ns
D. 8 ns (correct)
The PC100 SDRAM modules required 8 ns DRAM chips and was capable of operating at 125MHz, the SDRAM modules prior to the PC100 standard used either 83MHz chips (12 ns) or 100MHz chips at 10 ns.
What are the three main INI files that Windows uses on a Windows 3.x system ?
A. SYSTEM.INI (correct)
B. CONFIG.SYS .
C. WIN.INI (correct)
D. PROGMAN.INI (correct)
F. None of the above.
The three primary INI files that Windows uses are: SYSTEM.INI, WIN.INI, and PROGMAN.INI. Each of them should be backed up before changes are made.
As a network technician at TestKing.com, you are required to set up a new file server. You purchase five 80 GB SCSI hard drives. You install Windows XP on one of the hard drives. The remaining hard drives are used to set up a RAID-5 partition.
A. What the maximum disk space that would be available on the RAID-5 partition?
B. 80 GB
C. 160 GB (correct)
D. 240 GB
E. 320 GB
One of the four RAID-5 drives must be used for parity. The remaining three can be used for data.
As a trainee technician at TestKing.com, you are asked to explain the purpose of the SYSTEM.INI file . How will you reply?
A. It controls the Windows operating environment.
B. It h as settings for the drivers that Windows uses (correct)
C. It controls the BIOS settings
D. None of the above.
The SYSTEM.INI has settings for the drivers that Windows uses. It is probably the most critical of the three INI files.
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