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Question No: 101 – (Topic 4)

A client has an issue with large files taking a long time to open or save. As time goes by, the issue worsens. The client has hundreds of GBs of files that are still in the process of backing up. The technician has verified that the hard drive is healthy and there are no signs of failure. Which of the following troubleshooting steps should the technician perform NEXT?

  1. Install the latest drivers from the hardware vendor.

  2. Perform a scan of the drive for file fragmentation.

  3. Run chkdsk on the workstation’s hard drive.

  4. Reformat the drive and reinstall the OS.

Answer: B

Question No: 102 – (Topic 4)

A user reports that a workstation fails to complete boot up and repeats a series of two

beeps over and over. The user states that the workstation had been displaying BSOD errors after running multiple applications. Which of the following is the MOST likely cause?

  1. Video adapter failure

  2. Memory failure

  3. Power supply failure

  4. CPU failure

Answer: B

Question No: 103 – (Topic 4)

A technician receives a report from a client that is having issues with colors on a monitor. The technician notices that the monitor does not appear to have any red hues. The technician sees that the monitor has two types of inputs, VGA is currently in use, and the HDMI cable is not. The technician powers down the system and switches from using the VGA cable to the HDMI cable and the issue is resolved. Which of the following was MOST likely the issue?

  1. One of the pins on the VGA cable was damaged.

  2. The monitor did not natively support VGA input.

  3. The PC was originally configured to output to HDMI.

  4. The video card drivers were out of date.

Answer: A

Question No: 104 – (Topic 4)

A technician is notified that a laptop is not booting. It is discovered that there are no system lights, sounds, or display when the power button is pressed. Which of the following should the technician attempt FIRST in the troubleshooting process?

  1. Connect an external monitor into the laptop to determine if the LCD has failed.

  2. Boot the system from either a boot CD or other removable media type.

  3. Disconnect the AC and battery power and hold the power button for several seconds.

  4. Remove any hard drives or optical drives, RAM, and any wireless cards or USB devices from the laptop.

Answer: C

Question No: 105 – (Topic 4)

Joe, a technician, is preparing to replace a laptop screen. This laptop has a touch screen to support Windows 8.1 in order to use the Metro tiles. Which of the following is the FIRST step the technician should perform?

  1. Remove the laptop bezel

  2. Document and label each cable and screw location

  3. Organize the replacement parts

  4. Refer to the manufacturer’s documentation

Answer: D

Question No: 106 – (Topic 4)

A user reports that the mouse is not working properly. The technician notices on the user’s workstation that the mouse cursor spins for several minutes before the technician can use the mouse. Which of the following is the cause of the issue?

  1. Failed Operating System

  2. Faulty mouse

  3. Faulty CPU

  4. Not enough memory

Answer: D

Question No: 107 – (Topic 4)

Joe, a user, receives a wireless router from his ISP with a pre-set password and configuration. He can connect to the router fine via Ethernet but cannot see the wireless signal on any of his devices. The LEDs on the router indicate that a wireless signal is broadcasting. Which of the following settings on the router does Joe need to adjust to enable the devices to see the wireless signal?

  1. DHCP

  2. IPv6

  3. DMZ

  4. SSID

Answer: D

Question No: 108 – (Topic 4)

A technician is troubleshooting a desktop that is having intermittent issues with locking up and system errors. The technician suspects that the problem might be that not enough power is getting to the motherboard. Which of the following tools would a technician use to determine if the hypothesis is correct?

  1. POST card

  2. Loopback plug

  3. Multimeter

  4. Cable tester

Answer: C

Question No: 109 – (Topic 4)

A technician replaces a failed hard drive with a brand new one. The technician boots from a PE CD and attempts to install a custom OS build deployed from the network. The hard drive is visible in the system’s BIOS. However, once in the preinstallation environment, the drive is not recognized in the imaging process and the process fails. Which of the following is MOST likely the cause of failure?

  1. The boot CD has failed and needs to be replaced.

  2. The hard drive needs to have its configuration manually defined in the BIOS.

  3. The PC’s power supply is not providing enough power to the new hard drive.

  4. The hard drive has not been partitioned correctly.

Answer: D

Question No: 110 – (Topic 4)

A client, Ann, is having issues with a PC shutting down. There are no error messages displayed before the system powers off. Ann reports that this started after she installed and

began using CAD software. The hard drive, video card, and RAM all meet the software requirements and have passed diagnostics. Which of the following is MOST likely the issue?

  1. The video card has 3D acceleration disabled.

  2. The hard drive is IDE instead of SATA.

  3. The hard drive needs to be repartitioned.

  4. The PSU is underpowered for the system.

Answer: D

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