In the previous classes we have covered different troubleshooting ways of correcting some common operating system performance issues. Can you say that you understood the whole topic perfectly and can answer any questions arising from it? If yes, take up the quiz below and prove just that. All the best!
Automated System Recovery (ASR)
Enhanced Startup Disk (ESD)
Emergency Recovery System (ERS)
Run Windows without processing AUTOEXEC.BAT and CONFIG.SYS.
Boot the system without scanning drives.
Start Windows using only basic files and drivers.
Skip loading the Registry.
General protection faults
Valid working directory
Application will not start or load
Talk to the customer
Document your work
System files not found
Configuration file issues
Boot file issues
Replace the corrupt file with a new one
Modify the BOOT.INI file to point to the backup NTOSKRNL.EXE file.
Boot from a startup disk and replace the file from the setup disks or CD-ROM.
General protection fault
Windows protection error
By pressing the spacebar when prompted to do so
By holding down Ctrl+Alt+Del after the Windows logo displays for the first time
By pressing Esc after the OS menu displays
By pressing F8 during the first phase of the boot process
Command Prompt Only
Last Known Good Configuration
Windows 2000 doesn't support making an ERD.
Service Pack Manager
Roll back point
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