Exam Prep Questions
You have just completed the installation of Windows Vista on your computer. After making several configuration changes, you notice that the display is flickering and the image is distorted. You need to correct the video problem. What should you do?
A. Adjust the Display Settings Color depth to 16 bit.
B. Reduce the Display Settings Resolution to 800x600.
C. Reduce the Display Settings Screen refresh rate to 60.
D. Change the Appearance Settings Color scheme to Windows Classic.
After the Windows Vista Home Basic installation completes, you run the Setup.exe utility provided by the manufacturer of the video card in the computer. When the video card driver installation completes and you have rebooted the computer, you discover that the option to enable Windows Vista Aero is not available. You need to enable Windows Vista Aero. What should you do? Choose two. Each correct answer presents a part of the answer.
A. Install Windows Vista Business.
B. Download and install Pixel Shader 1.8 for the video card.
C. Add memory to the video card to have 32MB of video RAM.
D. Download and install WDDM drivers for the video card.
You share your computer with three other members of your family. You are creating user accounts for these users. You will need to implement different Parental Controls for website access for two of the users. How should you configure the user accounts to support your needs? Choose two. Each correct answer presents a part of the answer.
A. Create each user as an administrator user.
B. Create each user as a standard user.
C. Enable Special Permissions on the iexplore.exe executable.
D. Configure each user account with a password.
You are configuring a computer. You must type in the administrator's password with each configuration change. After typing the password 16 times, you decide that you don't want to do that 16 more times as you continue to configure the computer. What should you do?
A. Log on as the administrator.
B. Create a new standard user account. Place the new account in the Power Users group. Log on to that account.
C. Add your current account into the Remote Desktop Users group.
D. Grant your account the User Rights Assignment privilege to Allow logon locally.
You have replaced your Windows 2000 computer that you have been using for the past six years with a new Windows Vista computer. You have many files, user accounts, music, videos, and photos that you want on the new computer. What should you do?
A. Run the AppCompat tool.
B. Run the Upgrade Advisor.
C. Run the Easy Transfer Wizard.
D. Run the Remote Desktop Connection tool.
You are trying to access an MS Word document on a remote computer. You need to make permanent changes to the contents of the file. Your attempt to access the file fails. What should you do? Choose two. Each correct answer presents a part of the answer.
A. Run the standard user Analysis tool.
B. Ensure that you have at least Allow—Change permissions on the share.
C. Ensure that you have at least NTFS Allow—Modify permissions on the file.
D. Log on as the administrator.
You use your new Windows Vista computer to edit your digital videos. After editing your fourth eight-hour video, you notice that the computer seems to be running more slowly than before. You want to improve the performance of the computer. What should you do?
A. Defragment the hard drive.
B. Disable ReadyBoost.
C. Reduce the size of the pagefile.
D. Run the MovieMaker application as the administrator.
You run disk- and RAM-intensive games on your Windows Vista computer. You want to improve the computer's performance. What should you do? Choose two. Each correct answer presents a part of the answer.
A. Configure the application to use a RAID 0 array.
B. Install a USB thumb drive and configure ReadyBoost for that drive.
C. Disable Parental Controls.
D. Ensure that the pagefile resides on the C: drive.
You are ripping music to your Windows Vista computer. You want to burn as many songs onto a CD as possible, without giving up too much in the way of quality. What should you do?
A. Set the burn speed of the CD burner to the slowest setting.
B. Enable compression on the hard drive that you are ripping the music to.
C. Use the Windows Media Audio Variable Bit Rate Mode.
D. Use the Windows Media Audio Lossless Mode.
You want to view the recorded movies in your Media Center PC on your TV in another room. What should you do?
A. Disable any firewall exceptions for ports 137 and 138.
B. Install an Xbox 360 on the TV in the other room.
C. Configure Media Player to use a network projector.
D. Configure the Sync option in the Media Center Tasks menu.