Part one of three quizzes based on the 220-701 and the 220-702 exams.
The laptop uses a proprietary version of SODIMM and you must contact the manufacturer for the correct module.
It does fit, all SODIMM's are a standard size and configuration.
The keying notch differs on different types of SODIMM's, you must match the memory type to board.
It's Hammer Time!
Make sure that the two-position slider switch on the rear of the power supply is set to the voltage level of the country where it is located.
Make sure your USB mouse is rated for the voltage level of the country you are in.
Boot into BIOS setup and change your power settings.
Make sure that there is a local internet provider available for your language.
The LCD screen
The CRT screen
Both, a monitor is a monitor after all
Neither, degaussing is not done to monitors at all
1900 x 1200
1680 x 1050
1024 x 768
800 x 600
Three and a half inches
Two and a half inches
The same size as a standard desktop had drive.
Type I slot
Type II slot
Type III slot
Type O negative slot
Have you ever seen a drunk roller?
It gives the rollers better grip to pick up paper.
It can dry out the rollers causing them not to work as desired.
It can leave greasy marks on the paper.
Remove the toner cartridge
Package it in foam peanuts
Unplug the power cord from the printer
Remove the paper from the tray. Let them buy their own supplies!
Educate users about basic functionality.
Print a test page.
Configure default settings.
Print out a personal email.
Ctrl + Alt + Del > Click Task Manager.
Windows key + T.
Ctrl + Shift + Esc.
Right click on the Task Bar and select " Task Manager" from the popup menu.
Start > Control Panel > System > Task Manager.
That it can have a longer name.
What type of file it is.
What program is used to open the file.
Information regarding when the file was first made.
Viewing files and directories.
Changing file attributes.
Formatting new disks
Set a restore point.
Nvidia Control Panel.
Twin system configuration.
Master File Table(MFT)
Master Boot Record(MBR).